They have 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.
Aerospatiale SA.365N2 Dauphin
Beech D50B Twin Bonanza
Boeing 727-108C (cockpit)
de Havilland Canada DHC-2 Beaver
Douglas DC-6A (nose)
Evans VP-1 Volksplane
Grunau IX primary glider
Piper J3C-65 Cub
Schleicer K-4 Rhönlerche II
no reg. 3 late 1970's vintage hang gliders
The DHC-2 Beaver carries the registry N610AC.
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
G-BTUB Let C11 (YAK 11), current
TF-TLS Dornier Do.27Q, current
TF-KAP Piper J-3C-65, current
TF-KAT Piper J-3C65, current.
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-KZA SAI KZ-III, restoration slowly progressing.
TF-KBD D.H.82C Tiger Moth, restoration on hold.
TF-KAL Fleet Finch, restoration in progress.
TF-SBB EoN Olympia, restoration in progress.