Finnish aviation museum in Vantaa


IVL Hansa A.22 floatplane

IVL Hansa A. 22 seaplane, Vantaa

Seaplane W. 33, developed by the German company Hansa-Brandenburg in 1918. In the same year, 26 aircraft were produced, but take part in only a few airplanes were involved in combat operations (read more )


Viima 2 training aircraft

Vantaa museum. VL Viima II

Two-seat light biplane Viima 2 was developed by engineers of the company VL (Valtion lentokonetehdas) under the direction of Arvo Ilinen in 1935 (read more )


VL Pyry II training aircraft

VL Pyry II, Vantaa museum

In December 1938, the Finnish air force command ordered a new aircraft for pilot training from the national manufacturer Valtion lentokonetehdas (read more )


Messerschmitt BF109 G-2 fighter

Messerschmitt  BF109 G-2, Vantaa

Remains of the Messerschmitt BF 109 fighter. This aircraft of the Finnish air force made an emergency landing in the sea in 1946, raised from the bottom by enthusiasts (read more )


Fieseler Fi 156 Storch.

Fieseler Fi 156 Storch, Vantaa

The German light aircraft Fieseler Fi 156 made its first flight on 24 may 1936 and was intended for communications and reconnaissance. With a take- off weight of 1350 kg and a 240 HP engine, the aircraft could take off and land on any platform with a length of 60 meters (read more )


Finnish ultralight aircrafts

Eclund TE-1, Vantaa museum

Amateur designs of Finnish small aircraft enthusiasts (read more )


Mil Mi-4A helicopter

Mil Mi-4A (Vantaa museum)

Mi-4 was the first heavy helicopter developed by the Soviet Union, was commercially produced from 1952 to 1968 and has long been the main helicopter of the Soviet army and civil air fleet (read more )


Aviation training simulators

Aviation training simulators, Vantaa museum

Pilots are trained not only in the air, but also on the ground. for this purpose, simulators are created, which are exact copies of the pilot cabins of aircraft (read more )