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The dioramas that shown are enough to explain the history of Indonesian Air Force. There was also a display from Dakota VT-CLA, a plane that was boarded by Adisutjipto and was shot down over Ngoto, Bantul by two kittyhawk around the middle of Indonesia National...More
In very few words, the museum is easily reacheable from Yogiakarta - we went in by bikes, it is well upkept, with good exhibits - local oddities, WWII rarities from both Japanese and Allies, and modern planes from both East and West, helpful staff, very...More
So happy I found this museum. There are so many different aircraft available to view, of all sizes. Also history of military attire and equipment are on display. It’s a large facility an most of the exhibits are sheltered. Be sure to bring a copy...More
Visiting this museum,we can elevate our knowledge about Indonesian airforce history.This museum provides their real aircraft collection and also we can learn more about real Indonesian aircraft such as Si Kumbang.You can go inside of cockpit the Dakota C7 and feel the greatest experience there.Don't...More
it's located inside adi sucipto air force base area so don't worry if you enter the air force base security check or meet air force military police on the way to museum they are kind person just open your car window and say hello to...More
Are you the aviation geek,especially military history? The museum gives you everything that you want to know about Indonesia Air force history... They will impress you with the Pby katalina and Tu-16 badger in front of the museum... Theyg have a big hangar (warehouse exactly)...More
For Aviation Geeks no matter it likes military aviation or more to civil aviation, this place just great to visit!
I heard that this museum are largest in Southeast Asia. There are many aircrafts preserved here, perhaps more than 20 aircrafts in one place. From...More
Arrived at the museum in a taxi from the airport, waved straight through by security guard on the gate as the museum is located on the airbase. The staff at the museum were very friendly even though none spoke English, entrance fee is 10000 rp...More
if you are foreigner, you need a special entrance permission from the airforce because this museum located inside of airforce base and just 2km away from airport and lining up with the airport runway.
air conditioner in some room inside the museum arent working. but...More