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  • 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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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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Arctic Eagles represents the history of Finnish aerobatics at the Kaivopuisto Air Show

  • Posted by Pia Illikainen
  • On 21.03.2017
The Aerobatic Team Arctic Eagles presents the history of Finnish civil aerobatics at the Kaivopuisto Air Show, organized 9.6.2017 by the Finnish Aviation Museum. The team follows the footsteps of the Red Birds, an aerobatic team led over three decades ago by the legendary Finnish aviator Seppo Saario. The Arctic Eagles attend the Kaivopuisto Air […]
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The new Finnair Airbus A350 airliner flies at the Kaivopuisto Air Show

  • Posted by Pia Illikainen
  • On 14.03.2017
A rare number will be seen in the Kaivopuisto Air Show 9.6.2017, a Finland 100 event organized by the Finnish Aviation Museum. The newest pride of Finnair, the Airbus A350 eXtra Wide Body airliner, makes a series of flybys at the Show. Airbus A350 XWB the new age of flight with advanced technology Finnair is […]
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Saab 35C Draken -Fighter attends the Kaivopuisto Air Show

  • Posted by Pia Illikainen
  • On 06.03.2017
Today, on the Anniversary Day of the Finnish Air Force, we are glad to announce a historic performer at the Kaivopuisto Air Show. The Saab 35C Draken -fighter, operated by the Swedish Air Force Historical Flight, will perform at Kaivopuisto in June. The predecessor of the current Hornet Fighters of the Finnish Air Force last […]
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The Finnish Aviation Museum is taking a Junkers Ju 52 -airliner on a nostalgy trip to the Kaivopuisto Air Show

  • Posted by Pia Illikainen
  • On 08.02.2017
The Finnish Aviation Museum has preliminarily reserved a 1930’s Junkers Ju 52/3m, operated by the Swiss JU-AIR, to be brought to the Kaivopuisto Air Show. Tickets are available for the ferry flights from Zürich to Helsinki via Berlin and Stockholm and back, as well as sightseeing flights in Helsinki. The historical flight will take place, […]
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