Polish Aviation Museum: The German Aviation Collection – Part II

Continuing on from my previous post on historic German aircraft at the Polish Aviation Museum in Krakow (Muzeum Lotnictwa Polskiego w Krakowie), the following are the World War One combat aircraft that were formerly part of the German Aviation Collection in Berlin at the Deutsche Luftfahrt Sammlung (German Aviation Museum). This Berlin museum once held… Read More Polish Aviation Museum: The German Aviation Collection – Part II

Polish Aviation Museum: The German Aviation Collection – Part I

Within the grand collection of the Polish Aviation Museum in Krakow (Muzeum Lotnictwa Polskiego w Krakowie), you will find a number of very rare and highly desired aircraft of German origin, dating from the pioneering age of aviation through to World War One and World War Two. Many of these are precious museum aircraft formerly… Read More Polish Aviation Museum: The German Aviation Collection – Part I

The Australian Vintage Aviation Society (TAVAS) – Fokker Scout Fighters

Meet the Fokkers… The Australian Vintage Aviation Society (TAVAS) Museum has a fantastic collection of flying reproduction and replica World War One and early pioneering aircraft. A major component of their aircraft are replica and reproduction Fokker scout fighter aircraft as flown by the German Imperial Air Service (Deutsche Luftstreitkräfte) during the 1915-1918 period of… Read More The Australian Vintage Aviation Society (TAVAS) – Fokker Scout Fighters

The Australian Vintage Aviation Society (TAVAS) – Pioneers & The Australian Flying Corps

Walk in, take in the view, smell the rotary engines lubricated with castor oil and take a step back in time… Welcome to The Australian Vintage Aviation Society (TAVAS) Museum! TAVAS, a non-profit, volunteer based organisation is located in Hangar 106 at the Caboolture Aerodrome on the Sunshine Coast of Queensland has a fantastic collection of… Read More The Australian Vintage Aviation Society (TAVAS) – Pioneers & The Australian Flying Corps

Australian Army Flying Museum – Army Aviation from World War One to Vietnam

The Australian Army Flying Museum sits outside the Army Aviation Centre in Oakey, Queensland. Here you can see a great collection of fixed wing aircraft and helicopters operated by the Australian Army Aviation Corps, including replica’s of a number of aircraft operated by the Australian Flying Corps (AFC) during World War One. Australian Flying Corps… Read More Australian Army Flying Museum – Army Aviation from World War One to Vietnam