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Museo del Aire (Cuba)

Museo del Aire
(Aircraft: Antonov An-2)
Established 17 April 1986
Location Ciudad de La Habana (Havana), Cuba
Type Aviation museum

The Museo del Aire was a national aviation museum located in the south-western suburbs of Havana, Cuba.[1] Until August 2010, the Museum address was: Museo del Aire, Avenida 212, entre la avenida 29 y 31, La Coronela, La Lisa. In about August 2010, the museum was closed, and the entire collection was moved to San Antonio de los Baños Air Base, no further details known.[2]

Contents

  • Aircraft on display 1
  • See also 2
  • Notes 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Aircraft on display

Source: Ogden[1]
Designation Identity Notes
Aero L-39C Albatros 16
Antonov An-2 I-40
Antonov An-26 T-53
CCF Harvard 4 116
Cessna 310C 58
Douglas A-26B Invader 937
Ilyushin Il-14 CU-T825 Cubana de Aviación
Lockheed T-33A 703
MiG-15UTI 02
MiG-17F 237
MiG-19P 88
MiG-21F13 411
MiG-21MF 111
MiG-21PF 1006
MiG-21UM 502
MiG-23BN 711
MiG-23MF 822
MiG-23ML 223
MiG-23UB 706
MiG-29UB 901 (removed from display, 2008)[1]
Mil Mi-4P H-100
Mil Mi-8T H-02
Mil Mi-8TB H-85
Mil Mi-17 101
Mil Mi-24D 12
P-51D Mustang 401
T-28A Trojan 121
Yakovlev Yak-40 14-41

See also

Notes

  1. ^ a b c Ogden (2008)
  2. ^ http://www.operacional.pt/museu-do-ar-museo-del-aire-historias-da-aviacao-militar-cubana/

References

  • Ogden, Bob (2008). Aviation Museums and Collections of The Rest of the World. UK: Air-Britain. ISBN 978-0-85130-394-9

External links

  • Museo_del_AireMuseumAviation.eu:



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