Flugsafns Íslands

Flugsafns Íslands

Icelandic Aviation Museum

Iceland

www.flugsafn.is

flugsafn@flugsafn.is

+354 461 4400

June – September

  • Daily 11:00 – 17:00

Visits to the museum can be made by prior arrangements

Aircraft collection

Photo Gallery

Fokker F.27-200 Friendship

TF-SIF

TF-JFP

TF-LBP/TJ-592/68

TF-ESD

TF-JFA

“TF-EAA”

TF-FIE

TF-AST

TF-API

N610LC

TF-LOW/648

TF-NPK

TF-IUB

TF-EHA

TF-KEA

TF-SYN

TF-KOT

TF-SUX

TF-CUB

TF-JMH

TF-ABJ

TF-SBE

TF-SBA

TF-AZX

TF-ART

Aerospatiale SA.365N2 Dauphin

Arnason JFP-2s-8

Auster Mk.5a

Beech D50B Twin Bonanza

Beechcraft C-45H

Bensen Gyrocopter

Boeing 727-108C (cockpit)

Cessna 140

Cessna 152

de Havilland Canada DHC-2 Beaver

Dornier Do.28B

Douglas C-47A

Douglas DC-6A (nose)

Ercoupe 415C

Evans VP-1 Volksplane

Fokker F.27-200 Friendship

Grunau IX primary glider

HS.44 Jungster

Klemm L.25e

Piper J3C-65 Cub

Piper PA-23-150

Pitts S-1S

Schleicer K-4 Rhönlerche II

Schweizer TG-3A

Stinson SR-7B Reliant

Van’s RV-6

no reg.   3 late 1970’s vintage hang gliders

de Havilland DHC-2 Beaver

The DHC-2 Beaver carries the registry N610LC. This is a 1960 model ex British Army. It has been rebuilt and is on amphibious floats. It is intended that this aircraft will take up the registry TF-ABK.

Also here at Akureyri, but not in the museum are several other interesting aircraft:

TF-TLS

G-BTUB

TF-KAP

TF-KAT

 

Dornier Do.27Q, current

Let C11 (YAK 11), current

Piper J-3C-65, current

Piper J-3C-65, current

 

 

Restoration

TF-ISM de Havilland DH.89A Dragon Rapide currently being rebuilt. This is a former French registered aircraft purchased from La Ferte Alais in 2006.

TF-KBD

TF-SBB

TF-KAL

TF-KZA

 

de Havilland D.H.82C Tiger Moth, restoration on hold

EoN Olympia, restoration in progress

Fleet Finch, restoration in progress

SAI KZ-III, restoration slowly progressing

 

They have also on display aircraft engines, ultralights and airport vehicles. On display are photographs and artifacts that illustrate the history of aviation in Iceland from 1919 to the present.

Photo Gallery