Estonian Aviation Museum is being developed as an all-Estonian contemporary hobby centre propagating and mediating aviational culture. The exposition of Estonian Aviation Museum is an essential sight to see in the whole Baltic Sea Region.
Estonian Aviation Museum collects into its exposition the representatives of all aircraft types used on the territory of Estonia for civil as well as for military purposes and the examples of the most noteworthy fighters and bombers of the world.
To achieve the maximum results the Aviation Museum, in co-operation of the Estonian state institutions, makes use of the present replacement of aviation technique generations in the world aviation.
The co-operation partners of Estonian Aviation Museum are Enterprise Estonia, Estonian Air Forces, Estonian Aviation Academy, Estonian Ministry of Defence, Estonian Ministry of Education and Research, Estonian Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications, Estonian Ministry of Culture, and Estonian leading aviation companies.
Estonian Aviation Museum maintains active and firm relations with the relevant institutions of aviation countries. Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs renders the Museum a constructive assistance in establishing international relations.
The exploitation costs of the Museum are covered by self-earned revenue.
By making use of its windy geographical location the Aviation Museum covers its power needs with the windmill-generated green energy.
Next to the Museum territory the landing of small aircrafts will be made possible.
On the basis of the Aviation Museum the annual Tartu Aviation Days will be arranged.
On financing the development of Estonian Aviation Museum the essential facilitators have been the European Union support money mediated by Enterprise Estonia, Estonian public and aviation-related business sector, international aviation companies and international sponsorship.