The Swedish Air Force Museum

Sweden

Flygvapenmuseum

A unique collection of aircraft The Swedish Air Force Museum has a unique collection of aircraft from the pioneers of aviation to today’s JAS 39 Gripen. Many of these can only be seen at the Swedish Air Force Museum. And more... We have a exciting programmes all year long. In the Flight Lab, our science centre, you can learn all about how and why things fly. There’s plenty to do and discover for the entire family. Come along with our mascots, Drakel and Viggo, on a discovery quest through the museum.

Address

Carl Cederströms gata 2

S-586 63 Linköping

Sweden

http://www.flygvapenmuseum.se

museum picture

Aeroplanet N:r1

Albatros B.II SK 1

Breguet B1 C.U 1

Sud Aviation SE 3130 HKP 2 / Alouette II

Caproni CA 313 B16 / S16

English Electric B.2 Canberra

Consolidated PBY-5A Catalina

Saab J35 Draken

Douglas DC-3 Dakota

Fiat C.R. 42 Falco

Fieseler FI 156C Storch

Focke-Wulf FW 44J Stieglitz

Fokker C.V-E

Hawker B4 Hart

Gloster J8 Gladiator

Vertol 44A HKP 1

Bell 204/205 HKP 3C

Boeing Vertol 107 HKP 4B

MBB Bo 105 HKP 9

Hawker J34 Hunter

Republic J9 / P-35 EP-1-106

FFVS J22

Saab J 29C Tunnan

Saab JAS 39 Gripen

Junkers Ju 86K B 3

MiG 15

Saab J 32 Lansen

Saab 210 Lilldraken

Nieuport IV-G

North American P-51 / J 26 Mustang

Percival Tp 83 - P66 Pembroke

Phönix D.II Phönixjagaren

Reggiane RE 2000 Falco 1

Saab B 17

Saab J 21

Saab B 18

Saab J 21R

DFS A-3 Weihe

Heinkel HD 35 SK 5

de Havilland 60T Moth

Raab-Katzenstein RK-26 Tigerschwalbe

North American NA 16-4M

Saab SK 60

Bücker Bü 181B-1 Bestmann

Supermarine PR. Mk XIX Spitfire

Saab Safir 91A