New Air Museum of Minsk

New Air Museum of Minsk

We are at the museum of one aeroclub in Minsk, Belarus. It opened in July 2009 in Borovaya village to become the first museum of air equipment under the open sky.

New Air Museum of Minsk

Inside the Mi-24.

New Air Museum of Minsk

New Air Museum of Minsk

New Air Museum of Minsk

Mi-1 at the entrance of the museum.

New Air Museum of Minsk

This Ka-26 used to work for the Minsk police.

New Air Museum of Minsk

Yak-18.

New Air Museum of Minsk

“It is forbidden to open the exhibits and get onto them”.

New Air Museum of Minsk

Cargo modification of An-24.

New Air Museum of Minsk

The trainer used to teach how to act during catapulting.

New Air Museum of Minsk

Yak-40.

New Air Museum of Minsk

Tu-134A.

New Air Museum of Minsk

“Borovaya”.

New Air Museum of Minsk

New Air Museum of Minsk

Mi-26.

New Air Museum of Minsk

New Air Museum of Minsk

New Air Museum of Minsk

Su-25.

New Air Museum of Minsk

Su-24.

New Air Museum of Minsk

Su-17.

New Air Museum of Minsk

Su-7.

New Air Museum of Minsk

Yak-25.

New Air Museum of Minsk

Yak-28.

New Air Museum of Minsk

Yak-18.

New Air Museum of Minsk

Mi-2.

New Air Museum of Minsk

New Air Museum of Minsk

L-29.

New Air Museum of Minsk

MiG-19.

New Air Museum of Minsk

MiG-17

New Air Museum of Minsk

An-2

New Air Museum of Minsk

This one stands behind the fence.

New Air Museum of Minsk

New Air Museum of Minsk

Inside the An-2.

New Air Museum of Minsk

New Air Museum of Minsk

Il-24.

New Air Museum of Minsk

MiG-25

New Air Museum of Minsk

MiG-27

New Air Museum of Minsk

MiG-23

New Air Museum of Minsk

MiG-21

New Air Museum of Minsk

MiG-29

New Air Museum of Minsk

Mi-8.

Location: Minsk

via kronos

 

1 thought on “New Air Museum of Minsk”

  1. YAK-18 1946-1958 (depending on who you talk to)-

    That’s some pretty fancy metalwork around the cylinders… Having seen the hull of a Sturmovik and the rather ‘casual’ fit and finish, this is quite a surprise.

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