Brussels Air Museum at Royal Museum of the Armed Forces and Military History, Brussels, Belgium


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August 21, 2019


August 7, 2019

General information

The Air and Space Section has had a fast and very successful development, thanks to the long term vision of a few military and civilian airman and ground crew who created, some forty years ago, the Association AELR. These volunteers, former members of the Air Force and Sabena, or simply aviation fanatics, devoted their time and energy to gather and refurbish the displayed aircraft and the many other air related items. Today the restoration activities are assumed by crews of volunteers, members of the AELR and regrouped in a restoration entity. Each crew is in charge of a specific airplane.

To deal with more complex technical problems and for infrastructure works they from the support of the Air Force and of the Community Services.


Image by: Alan Wilson from Stilton, Peterborough, Cambs, UK [CC BY-SA 2.0], via Wikimedia Commons

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Number of exhibited items

Planes & Helicopters: 51-100, Inventory link

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Guided Tours, Shop / Merchandising, Restaurant / Café

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Getting to the Museum

Address: Parc du Cinquantenaire 3, Jubelpark, B-1000, Brussels, Belgium, Europe
Coordinates: 50.841293, 4.392922

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