Rahmi M. Koç Museum, Istanbul


Lockheed F-104 Starfighter

Lockheed F-104 Starfighter

The supersonic interceptor F-104 performed first flew on 7 February 1954. The experience of the air war in Korea forced the designers to radically change the concept of fighter aircraft, focusing on the improvement of flying qualities (read more )


Dornier Do-28D-2 Skyservant

Dornier Do-28D-2 Skyservant

Do 28 is a twin-engine version of the light passenger aircraft Do27. The design of the fuselage and wings mainly repeated its parent, similarly was and the carrying capacity of the cabin could accommodate 6 passengers (read more )


HFB-320 Hansa Jet, Business Blass Aircraft

HFB-320 Hansa Jet

Design of the aircraft began in 1960 year, the first flight was performed in April 1964 years, and two years later, and in early February 1966 began to fly the first production copy (read more )


Douglas DC-3 'Dakota' passenger plane

Douglas DC-3 'Dakota', Rahmi M.Koç Museum

This plane was built at the factory in Oklahoma city in March 1944 for the US air force. At the end of the war and the subsequent sale for a pittance unneeded equipment, transport 'Dakota' was purchased by the Ford group and converted for business use (read more )


Light aircrafts

Beechcraft T-34 Mentor

Agricultural aircraft Ayres S-2R Thrush, Beechcraft T-34 Mentor, Jet Provost T3A (read more )


B-24D Hadley's Harem Bomber - Raid on Ploiesti

Raid to Ploiesti

Romanian oil fields and refineries were the main source of liquid fuel for Germany, so they were one of the most important objects for the allied aviation. In the summer of 1943, it was decided to solve the problem radically, using at once a large number of aircraft concentrated in North Africa. Operation Tidal Wave completely failed and was subsequently referred to by pilots as "Black Sunday" (read more )


B-24D Liberator 'Hadley's Harlem' bomber

B-24D Liberator 'Hadley's Harlem'

This remains of the us bomber raised from the seabed near Antalya. This is one of the aircraft involved in the RAID of 1 August 1943 Ploesti (read more )