Austrian Military Museum and Vienna Science Museum, Vienna, Austria

Austrian Military Museum

This museum has a large collection of aircraft, but most of them are in the museums' hangar at Zeltweg Airbase, which was closed on the day we passed. These are the aircraft that remain at the main museum site in Vienna.

Aircraft Reg'n Thumbs Notes
Albatros B-II prototype 20-01 German Air Force - designed by Ernst Heinkel. First flew in 1914.
1796 Army observation balloon    
Fieseler Fi156C-3 Storch 7A-WN German Air Force
Saab J29F Tunnan 29566 O Austrian Air Force
Saab J35Oe Draken 13 Austrian Air Force

Vienna Science Museum

A vast and impressive museum with a small collection of aircraft.

Aircraft Reg'n Thumbs Notes
Aerospatiale AS-355F-1 Ecureuil 2 OE-FXA Tyrolean Air Ambulance - OAMTC
Aviatik Berg D1 101-37 The first indigenous fighter for the Austro-Hungarian Air Service. First flew in 1916. Designed by Julius von Berg
De Havilland DH-104 Dove 1 OE-BVM Used by the Austrian Federal Office for Civil Aviation for radio aids calibration.
Diamond DA-42 Twin Star OE-VPS Austrian company Diamond was founded as Hoffmann Fugzeugbau in 1981
Etrich II Taube   Taube = dove. Designed by Austro-Hungarian Igo Etrich, first flew in 1910. Etrich donated it to the museum in 1914.
Gumpert G2 OE-0017 Designed by Bruno Gumpert and built in 1934 by Segelfliegergruppe Anger at Graz.
Lilienthal Sturmflugelapparat   1894 original Storm-wing machine - smaller wings than the Normal-Segelapparat.
Schiebel Camcopter S-100 OE-VXX Successful Austrian rotorcraft UAV - exported to many countries.

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