Finland - Finnish Aviation Museum - 1


Finnish Aviation Museum is located near the airport of
Vantaa (Helsinki). The museum has a large collection of both civilian and military aircrafts from the early years of flying and until today. The museum is a bit crowded but still gives a good insight into Finnish aviation. The aircrafts at the museum is a mix between Western and Eastern European aviation history.       
 
Vantaa - Helsinki

A Russian built MIG-21 and a French built Fouga Magister CM.170 at the Finnish Aviation Museum - Vantaa (Helsinki).

A Russian built MIG-21 and a French built Fouga Magister CM.170 at the Finnish Aviation Museum - Vantaa (Helsinki).
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A Czech built Letov -218 at the Finnish Aviation Museum - Vantaa (Helsinki).

A Czech built Letov -218 at the Finnish Aviation Museum - Vantaa (Helsinki).
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A Russian built World War II Polikarpov I-16 fighter at the Finnish Aviation Museum - Vantaa (Helsinki).

A Russian built World War II Polikarpov I-16 fighter at the Finnish Aviation Museum - Vantaa (Helsinki).

The swastika marking was used by the Finnish air force before and during World War II - but it is not related to Nazi Germany. 

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A Polish built PZL SM-1Sz helicopter at the Finnish Aviation Museum - Vantaa (Helsinki).

A Polish built PZL SM-1Sz helicopter at the Finnish Aviation Museum - Vantaa (Helsinki).
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A German built Fieseler Fi 156 Storch at the Finnish Aviation Museum - Vantaa (Helsinki).

A German built Fieseler Fi 156 Storch at the Finnish Aviation Museum - Vantaa (Helsinki).
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Civilian aircrafts of different sizes at the Finnish Aviation Museum - Vantaa (Helsinki).

Civilian aircrafts of different sizes at the Finnish Aviation Museum - Vantaa (Helsinki).
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Photo: euro-t-guide.com - May 2009

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