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Ailes Anciennes Toulouse

4 rue Roger Beteille, 31700 Blagnac, France
+33 5 61 21 70 01
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The Happy Sharing Company Exploring France

A wonderful idea during sunny days to discover a set of old aircrafts. Trully recommend to get... read more

Reviewed 21 May 2017
frederic s
Altorf, France
If you are an aircraft enthusiast!

Aircraft that are restored here are exhibited in the Aeroscopia museum. The restoration is done... read more

Reviewed 29 April 2017
London, United Kingdom
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Since 35 years, the association Ailes Anciennes Toulouse saves and rebuilds a unique collection of aircraft (airplanes, helicopters, gliders and engines). Our collection, which is among the largest in France, has been collected and is maintained by a team of passionate and dedicated volunteers.
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  • Average4%
  • Poor1%
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4 rue Roger Beteille, 31700 Blagnac, France
+33 5 61 21 70 01
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Reviewed 21 May 2017

A wonderful idea during sunny days to discover a set of old aircrafts. Trully recommend to get inspired from the past and history of aeronautics, aeroscopia being next door there is always an opportunity for the ones who dream and believe the sky has no...More

Thank frederic s
Reviewed 29 April 2017

Aircraft that are restored here are exhibited in the Aeroscopia museum. The restoration is done entirely by volunteers and the Aeroscopia doesn't contribute anything, even though they get the benefits of the final outcome! I spent the rest of the afternoon here after looking through...More

Thank asdf201
Reviewed 10 October 2016

Prior to visiting Aeroscopia, we'd had a look around the fence of nearby Ailes Anciennes as we thought it was closed on Sundays (it's advertised as being open on Saturdays and the afternoons of Tuesday to Friday), but on finishing at Aeroscopia, we noticed that...More

Thank steve c
Reviewed 8 August 2016

Staff of this place is extremely friendly and nice. They have a beautiful collection. Place is ran by enthusiasts, and they restore old aircrafts. It is just next to Aeroscopia, and shouldn't be missed. Along with French manufactured aircrafts, there were some things I didn't...More

Thank Nemanja D
Reviewed 3 May 2016

Right next door to Aeroscopia it can be overlooked by the flash appearance of that site. Ailes shows how surplus craft that have already bee canibalised for useful parts can be rehabilitated for static display. Some of the craft are rare and also show how...More

2  Thank platypus150
Reviewed 15 March 2016

The collection is quite large, and although some aircraft have been partially restored, the vast majority have not. In the restoration hanger, a team of volunteers were working on the SAAB Vigen and other aircraft. Some really interesting aircraft on display, but could really need...More

1  Thank Paul E
Reviewed 15 December 2015

Take care if you enter this place with kids, you risk to get trapped as Bill Murray. Amazing collection of old planes, from WWII to cold war fighters, airplanes, helicopters... The only pity is that it is run by volonteers with a very small budget...More

1  Thank jorge r
Reviewed 22 November 2015

Good collection of planes, you can go inside their Caravelle. Some of the planes are in just fair condition. They give you printed information to take with you as you walk around the planes.

Thank BobTravelSFO
Reviewed 5 September 2015

An interesting place to visit for everyone. And if it's closed visit it by walking around out of the fences. Old fighters Friend or Foe. Helicopters, the first A380 of the fifties with propellered engines.

Thank Pascal J
Reviewed 12 August 2015

Congratulations to all the volunteers who have made this walk down memory lane possible. Aircraft are in different state of repair or completion. Worth going around after a few months and seeing the progress on the aircraft. Look out for the corner table where the...More

Thank maweb31
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