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The Airforce museum is located close to Ataturk Airport and is easily accessible with public transport.The indoor section of the museum deals with the early history of Turkish aviation and has a large collection of uniforms. Labelling is in Turkish and English.There is a large...More
We visited here yesterday. 7.5 Turkish Lira entrance fee is ridiculously good value for what is a total history of the Turkish Air Force. Artefacts, Uniforms and a fantastic collection of nicely preserved aircraft. Nice little gift shop and cafe and really friendly staff. A...More
A very interesting place with a range of older aircraft, models and uniforms. All information is in English and Turkish. Entry price was 7TL for adults and kids free. An extra charge applies if you want to take photographs. Small but perfectly functional cafe and...More
This museum has everything an air force museum needs. It has plenty of jets on stands, displays, and a lot of phantom jets, which are still being used by Turkey.
Its a good visit for kids and plane curious tourists.
A lot of money has recently been spent here moving Aircraft around so that Photos can now be taken without any overlapping. Although I am British I have to award the best presented aircraft to the Viscount whereas the Caravelle is showing a lot of...More
I visited the museum on a pleasant afternoon in March. It appears to be run by the Air Force, as personnel (including an armed sentry?) were in evidence. People in this country are very pleasant and I appreciate it is my failing I cannot speak...More