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Airfield Viewing Area

Airfield Viewing Area

In addition to the exhibitions, Hall 2 also has public viewing areas of the air station where depending on operational demands you may see the naval aircraft going through their rigorous training procedures.

The Fleet Air Arm Museum looks out onto Europe's busiest military Air Station RNAS Yeovilton.

More than 100 rotary and fixed wing aircraft operate from here.
RNAS Yeovilton is the home base for the Royal Navy's Maritime Lynx and RN Commando Lynx and Sea King helicopters, Hawk jet trainers, Jetstream communication aircraft and Grob Tutor basic trainers. You might also see one of the Royal Navy Historic Flight's Swordfish, Sea Fury or Seahawk aircraft arriving or departing for one of its display season air shows.


Other exhibits in this hall

  • Supermarine Seafire F17 (SX137) Supermarine Seafire F17 (SX137)
  • Grumman Hellcat II (KE209) Grumman Hellcat II (KE209)
  • Corsair KD 431 Corsair KD 431
  • North American Harvard III (EX976) North American Harvard III (EX976)
  • Grumman Avenger ECM6B (XB446) Grumman Avenger ECM6B (XB446)
  • Fairey Firefly TT1 (Z2033) Fairey Firefly TT1 (Z2033)
  • Grumman Martlet AL246 Grumman Martlet AL246
  • Fairey Fulmar (N1854) Fairey Fulmar (N1854)
  • Fairey Swordfish II (HS618) Fairey Swordfish II (HS618)
  • Focke Achgelis FA330A-1 (100545) Focke Achgelis FA330A-1 (100545)
  • Westland Dragonfly HR5 (WN493) Westland Dragonfly HR5 (WN493)
  • Hawker Sea Fury FB11 (WJ231) Hawker Sea Fury FB11 (WJ231)
  • LIM2 (MIG 15 copy) (01420/G-BMZF) LIM2 (MIG 15 copy) (01420/G-BMZF)

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