The Finnish Aviation Museum wants to generate Heritage Aircraft Culture in Finland

  • Posted by Antti Laukkanen
  • On 18.10.2017
The Finnish Aviation Museum organizes a Flying Heritage Aircraft Conference on December 8th to 9th 2017. The aim of the conference is to cultivate heritage aircraft culture in Finland. Activity among flying heritage aircraft is diverse and communal in many European countries. Such activity or frequent meetings have not been organized in Finland. The Museum […]
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The Finnish Aviation Museum organized the biggest public event in Finland’s history

  • Posted by Pia Illikainen
  • On 13.06.2017
The Kaivopuisto Air Show attracted a crowd of 130 000 spectators to the shores of Kaivopuisto. The Kaivopuisto Air Show, organized last Friday 9.6. by the Finnish Aviation Museum, attracted a record-breaking crowd to watch the Aviation Event of the Year. The organizer’s goal of 100 000 spectators was well surpassed – 130 000 people […]
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Kaivopuisto Air Show Programme

  • Posted by Pia Illikainen
  • On 08.06.2017
9.6.2017 Kaivopuisto Air Show: 16.00 Paragliding 16.20 Sea plane parade and landing 16.50 Air Patrol Squadron: Super Puma ja Dornier 228 17.10 NH90 17.20 VL Viima 17.30 Yakovlev YAK-11 17.40 Arctic Eagles 18.00 Douglas DC-3 18.10 ATR Norra 18.20 Finnair Airbus A350 18.40 Super Hornet Formation 18.55 Red Arrows 19.25 Eurofighter Typhoon 19.40 Fouga Team 20.00 Saab […]
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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Posted by Pia Illikainen
  • On 05.06.2017
KAIVOPUISTO AIR SHOW 9th June 2017 GENERAL INFORMATION The Finnish Aviation Museum organizes Kaivopuisto Air Show that is part of “Finland 100 years celebrations” program. The aim is to have up to 100 000 people seeing the show which would make it the biggest summer event in Helsinki. AIR SHOW LEAFLET You may print the […]
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The Finnish-design VL Viima trainer attends the Kaivopuisto Air Show

  • Posted by Pia Illikainen
  • On 19.05.2017
The VL Viima trainer, designed by the Finnish State Aircraft Factory (VL) attends the Kaivopuisto Air Show 9.6.2017. The 1930’s biplane Viima represents the heyday of Finnish aircraft industry. The plane was used to train Air Force pilots until the turn of the 1950’s and 1960’s. After this, Viimas continued flying in the hands of […]
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The historical DC-3 airliner attends the Kaivopuisto Air Show

  • Posted by Pia Illikainen
  • On 05.05.2017
The only airworthy Douglas DC-3 airliner attends the Kaivopuisto Air Show 9.6.2017. The DC-3 is the most produced airliner type in the history of air travel, and it lifted the Finnish Post-War air traffic back to the skies. The American Douglas DC-3 is the most produced airliner type in the World – a total of […]
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Two Fouga Magisters attend the Kaivopuisto Air Show

  • Posted by Pia Illikainen
  • On 18.04.2017
The Silver Jets Aerobatic Team participate in the Kaivopuisto Air Show on 9.6.2017 with two historical Fouga Magister Jet Trainers. The Fouga plays an important role in the history of the Finnish Air Force – it was the plane with which the Air Force ultimately entered the Jet Age. The French Fouga CM 170 Magister […]
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Eurofighter Typhoon performs at the Kaivopuisto Air Show

  • Posted by Pia Illikainen
  • On 31.03.2017
The Royal Air Force’s Eurofighter Typhoon Display Pilot will perform over the skies of Helsinki as part of the Kaivopuisto Air Show on 9.6.2017. The Government of the United Kingdom and BAE Systems are offering the Eurofighter Typhoon multi-role fighter to succeed the Hornet as the main fighter of the Finnish Air Force as part […]
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The Legendary Red Arrows perform at the Kaivopuisto Air Show

  • Posted by Pia Illikainen
  • On 31.03.2017
The Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team, the world-famous Red Arrows, have confirmed their attendance at the Kaivopuisto Air Show on 9.6.2017. The visit is made possible by the Government of the United Kingdom and BAE Systems, who are offering the Eurofighter Typhoon to succeed the Hornet as the main fighter type of the Finnish Air […]
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