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National Aviation Museum (Norsk Luftfartsmuseum) description and photos - Norway: Bodo. Detailed information about the attraction. Description, photographs and a map showing the nearest significant objects. The name in English is Norsk Luftfartsmuseum.
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The National Aviation Museum was inaugurated in 1994 by King Harald V of Norway. It is located on the main road of the city of Bodo and has the original form of a huge propeller with an area of 10,000 square meters.
The museum consists of two exhibition halls, which contain exhibits of civil and military aviation, as well as reproductions of aircraft drawings belonging to Leonardo da Vinci himself.
Climbing to the Control Tower, in front of you a magnificent view of the city and the airport will open. The main task of the museum is to carry out research work on the preservation and transmission of historical knowledge about Norwegian aviation.
The museum exhibits many famous aircraft models. Furthermore, visitors have the opportunity to hear a story about the history of civil aviation, which begins at the beginning of the 20th century. The first attempt to transport mail by air was made in Norway, and passenger flights were opened in 1935. The military exposition is devoted to the history of the Norwegian Air Force, World War II and the post-war period, as well as the modern air defense system.
The National Aviation Museum has a unique simulator, as well as the Gidsken cafe, which received its named after the first female pilot.
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