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The Museum of Aviation (formerly the Yugoslav Aeronautical Museum) was founded in 1957 in Surčin, Belgrade. The museum is located adjacent to Belgrade
Belgrade
Nikola Tesla Airport. The current facility, designed by architect Ivan Štraus, was opened to the public on May 21, 1989.

Contents

1 History 2 Collection

2.1 Gliders 2.2 Helicopters 2.3 Piston-engine aircraft 2.4 Jet aircraft 2.5 Other

3 See also 4 References 5 External links

History[edit] Construction of the present building of the museum began in the mid 1970s. The works dragged on, so it was only in the late 1988 that the setting of the first permanent exhibition began. The museum was ceremonially open in 1989.[1] In 1975 JAT, the national flag carrier, donated 48 a (52,000 sq ft) of land for the museum and the museum later purchased further 2.7 ha (6.7 acres).[2] The museum owns over 200 aircraft previously operated by the Yugoslav Air Force (both royal and communist), Serbian Air Force, and others, as well as aircraft previously flown by several civil airliners and private flying clubs. It also owns the only known surviving example of the Fiat G.50.[3] The most valuable collections are housed in geodesic glass building, with additional aircraft displayed on the surrounding grounds. The museum also displays wreckage of a downed USAF F-117
F-117
Nighthawk and F-16
F-16
Fighting Falcon, both shot down during the NATO bombing of Yugoslavia in 1999. In addition, the collection consists of more than 130 aviation engines, more radars, rockets, various aeronautical equipment, over 20,000 reference books and technical documentation as well as more than 200,000 photographs. Collection[edit] New 'Rocket and Radar' museum exhibition will be constructed. Existing missiles and radars in museum:

P-15 Termit S-75 Dvina

Gliders[edit]

Aircraft Registration Serial number Note

DFS 30 Kranich YU-5014 161

DFS 66 Grunau Baby III YU-2113 151

DFS 68 Weihe YU-4073 443

DFS 68 Weihe YU-4089 492

DFS 68 Weihe YU-4093 491

DFS 70 Olympia Meise YU-4106 33

20.Maj Čavka YU-2227

20.Maj Ilindenka 1T YU-4108 3005

20.Maj Ilindenka 1T YU-4109 3006

FAJ Jastreb Košava 2

1

FAJ Jastreb Vuk-T
FAJ Jastreb Vuk-T
(VTC-76) YU-4422 346

Ikarus Košava 60 YU-5022 1

Ikarus/Letov Orao IIc YU-4096 185

Ikarus Meteor 60 YU-4103

Prototype

ILZS Jastreb 54 YU-3056 251

VTRZ Jastreb Roda YU-5210 24

Letov Jastreb 54 YU-3029 195

Koser KB-3 Jadran YU-6001 104

LIBIS-17 YU-5069 319

SVC Čavka YU-2127

SVC Mačka YU-4107 3

SVC Vrabac A

Utva M/J1 YU-UTVA

VTC Cirrus HS-64D YU-5341 118

VTC Delfin II YU-4138 45

VTC Trener YU-4169 79

Helicopters[edit]

Aircraft Origin Registration Serial number Note

Hiller UH-12A  United States YU-HAB 143 under restoration

Kamov Ka-25PL  Soviet Union 11323 4912519

Kamov Ka-28PL  Soviet Union 11401

11402 5235003720222

5235003720223

PZL Mi-2  Soviet Union/ Poland 12506 511103059

PZL Mi-2  Soviet Union/ Poland 12512

12513

12514

12515 511110059

541307129

541327129

541309129

Mil Mi-4A  Soviet Union 12013 6103

Mil Mi-8T  Soviet Union 12208 0915

Westland WS-51 Dragonfly Mk.IB  United Kingdom 11503 WA/H/97

Sikorsky (SOKO) S-55-5  United States 11714 WA9-10-2319

Sikorsky (SOKO) S-55-5

Kamov Ka-25PL

Piston-engine aircraft[edit]

Aircraft Origin Registration Serial number Note

AAK BS-1 Student  Yugoslavia YU-CKK

Prototype

ATZ CA-51  Yugoslavia YU-CMH

YU-CMK

ATZ V-55  Yugoslavia YU-CMR prototype

Boeing (Stearman) A.75N-1  United States YU-BAD 75-7614 ex-USN N2S-3 BuAer 37993, ex-N5115N

Boeing (Stearman) PT-17-75  United States YU-BAI 75-3047 ex-USAAF PT-17 s/n 41-25540, ex-N5536O???

Bücker Bü 133D-1 Jungmeister  Nazi Germany 9102 1069 ex-NDH 7706

de Havilland D.H.82A Tiger Moth  United Kingdom NM-150 86-470 ex YU-CHX/0902 (Morris built)

de Havilland D.H.104 Dove 2B  United Kingdom 72201 04432 ex YU-ABN/9751

de Havilland Canada
Canada
DHC-2 Beaver Mk.I  Canada 70101 587 ex 0672/672

Douglas DC-3C
Douglas DC-3C
(C-47A-25-DK Skytrain)  United States YU-ABB

YU-ABG 13713

14035/25480 ex 42-93765

ex 43-48219, ex KG8030,exG-AHLX

Douglas C-47A-35-DK Skytrain  United States 71214 16472/33220 ex 44-76888, ex KN586, ex 7323

Fiat G.50
Fiat G.50
Freccia  Italy 8 249 ex-MM6197, ex-NDH 3505, awaiting restoration

Mraz K-65A Čap  Nazi Germany 9393 / YU-COE 91 (Fiesseler Fi 156 Storch)

Focke-Wulf Fw-190F-8/R1  Nazi Germany 3 930838

Grumman-Schweitzer G-164A/400  United States YU-BEU 498 ex N984X

Hawker Hurricane Mk.IVRP  United Kingdom LD975/O 41H/368368,20-925 ex 9593

Ikarus Aero 2BE  Kingdom of Yugoslavia 875 YU-CVB

Ikarus Kurir  Yugoslavia 50157 / YU-CCB 57

Ikarus Kurir-L  Yugoslavia 50200 / YU-CBD 100 with Lycoming engine

Ikarus S-49A  Yugoslavia 2319 301118

Ikarus S-49C  Yugoslavia 2400 50

Ikarus 214D  Yugoslavia 61019/YU-ABP 019

Ilyushin Il-2M3  Soviet Union 4154 308331

Ilyushin Il-14P  Soviet Union 71301 146001121 ex 7401

Yakovlev Yak-3  Soviet Union 2252 8545

Yakovlev Yak-9P  Soviet Union 2826 04-36

Amiot AAC.1 Toucan  France 7208 222 ex F-BBYB (French built Ju 52/3m)

Junkers Ju 87B-2  Germany 9801 0406 awaiting restoration

Letov Ljubljana KB-6 Matajur  Yugoslavia YU-CFD 177

Lisunov Li-3  Soviet Union 7011 18422308 Li-2 with C-47A engines

Lockheed P-38L-5-LO Lightning  United States 9751 422-6790 ex 44-25786, awaiting restoration

Messerschmitt Bf 109G-2  Germany 9663 14792 ex Bulgarian Air Force

North American T-6G  United States FT152 168-503 ex50-1289

North American P-51D-5-NA  United States HL-L 109-26911 ex 44-13278, awaiting restoration

Nieuport XI C.1  France 12 27 ex F-WZBC, replica

Petlyakov Pe-2FT  Soviet Union 6054 18-426

Polikarpov Po-2  Soviet Union 0089 / YU-CNT 01021

Polikarpov Po-2V  Poland 0105 / YU-CNP 01096

Republic F-47D-40-RE Thunderbolt  United States 13056 5609 ex44-90464

Rogozarski R-100  Kingdom of Yugoslavia 9251 23 uncompleted

Sarić No I  Austria-Hungary I

Replica of an aircraft built in 1909 by Ivan Sarić

Short SA.6 Sealand I  United Kingdom 0662 SH.1567 ex G-AKLS, ex YU-CFK

Soko 522  Yugoslavia 60132

60157

60204 32

57

04

Soko J-20 Kraguj  Yugoslavia 30002

30101

30103

30104

30106

30107

30108

30109

30114

30135

30144

30145

30147

30148

30152

30155

30157

001

003

004

006

007

008

009

014

019

028

029

031

032

036

039

041 Prototype

UTVA Aero 3  Yugoslavia P

40186 / YU-CZA

86 Prototype

UTVA 65S  Yugoslavia YU-BKI 736

UTVA 66  Yugoslavia 51001

51002

51145

51221

0854

0866 Prototype

Prototype

UTVA 66H  Yugoslavia 52101

52102

52104 0822

0823

0831

UTVA 213-3  Yugoslavia 1352 92

UTVA Lasta  Yugoslavia 54153

0 series

Vickers- Supermarine Spitfire
Supermarine Spitfire
LF Mk.Vc trop  United Kingdom JK808/B CBAF-4690,17-545 ex VF-H,ex 9489, RAF serial JK448

WSK-PZL M-18 Dromader  Poland YU-BMX 1Z-010-01 Incomplete

Zlín Z-XII  Czechoslovakia F-AQII 194

Zlín Z 526M  Czechoslovakia 41104 / YU-DIO 102

Zlín Z-37 Čmelák  Czechoslovakia YU-BGL 819

Zmaj Fizir FN  Kingdom of Yugoslavia V 9 exYU-CAY/9009

Zmaj Fizir FP-2  Kingdom of Yugoslavia

15 ex9308, incomplete

General Atomics RQ-1 Predator  United States

wreckage

Hawker Hurricane Mk IVRP with Yugoslav Air Force
Yugoslav Air Force
markings

Yak-3

Messerschmitt Bf 109
Messerschmitt Bf 109
with Yugoslav Air Force
Yugoslav Air Force
markings captured and used by Yugoslav Partisans
Yugoslav Partisans
during World War II.

Republic P-47D Thunderbolt with Yugoslav Air Force
Yugoslav Air Force
markings.

Polikarpov Po-2

Fizir FN

Soko J-20 Kraguj

Utva 213

Supermarine Spitfire
Supermarine Spitfire
LF Mk VC used by Yugoslav RAF squadron.

MQ-1 Predator

Canopy of F-117
F-117
shot down on 27 March 1999, near the village of Buđanovci, Serbia

Junkers Ju-52/3m (exF-BBYB) outside the building

Jet aircraft[edit]

Aircraft Origin Registration Serial number Note

Boeing 727-2H9/Adv  United States YU-AKF (JAT) 21038 Currently stored at Jat Tehnika, waiting for restoration for display in Museum

Canadair CL-13 Sabre Mk.IV  United States/ Canada 11025

11054

11088

14102 756

439

638

190-748 ex 53-19856, ex XB955

ex 52-19539, ex XB636

ex 53-19738, ex XB875

ex 52-10023A

Folland Fo.141 Gnat F Mk.1  United Kingdom 11601 FL-14(G-39-8)

Ikarus 451  Yugoslavia

2 (prototype)

Ikarus 451M  Yugoslavia

prototype

Ikarus Š 451-MM Matica  Yugoslavia 20001

Prototype

Ikarus T 451-MM Stršljen II  Yugoslavia 21002

Prototype

Lockheed F-117A Nighthawk  United States

82-806 Wreckage. Shot down on 27 March 1999

Lockheed T-33A-1-LO  United States 10024 580-8189 ex 52-9958

Lockheed Martin F-16
F-16
Fighting Falcon  United States

88-550 Wreckage. Shot down on 2 May 1999

Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21F-13  Soviet Union 22532 741702

Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21U  Soviet Union 22909 3416

Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21PFM  Soviet Union 22735 8407

Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21US  Soviet Union 22953 03685149

Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21R  Soviet Union 26103

26105 1707

1709

Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21M  Soviet Union 22805

22818 3007

3115

Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21UM  Soviet Union 16152

16158 516979071

516995091

Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21bis  Soviet Union 17402

17405

17409 N75095222

75095251

75095293

Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-23MLD  Soviet Union 23269

Sent from Iraq
Iraq
for upgrades, never returned. Moved to unknown location on 14 August 2009.[4]

North American F-86D Sabre  United States

Republic F-84G-31-RE Thunderjet  United States 10501

10530

10525

ex52-2936

ex 52-8435

ex 52-2939 (recon)

Soko J-21 Jastreb  Yugoslavia 24001

24115

24122

24126

24128

24130

24142

24145

24155

24156

24159

24208

24210

24213

24214

015

024

028

030

032

044

047

061

062

065

074

076

079

080 Prototype

Soko IJ-21 Jastreb  Yugoslavia 24401

24404

24405

24410

24415

24418

24421

24454

24456

24457 001

004

005

010

015

018

021

034

036

037

Soko NJ-21 Jastreb  Yugoslavia 23502

23505

23506

23507

23511

23512 005

008

009

010

012

014

Soko INJ-21 Jastreb  Yugoslavia 23513 015

Soko J-22 Orao  Yugoslavia 25001

25107

25120

007

045 Prototype

Soko IJ-22 Orao  Yugoslavia 25719

25721

25723

25724 019

021

023

024

Soko INJ-22 Orao  Yugoslavia 25606 006

Soko NJ-22 Orao  Yugoslavia 25505

25506

25509

25511 014

015

018

020

Soko G-2 Galeb  Yugoslavia 23001

23108

23154

23156

108

154

156 Prototype

Soko G-4 Super Galeb  Yugoslavia 23629

23636

23733 009

016

065

Aircraft tail section

Sud-Aviation SE-210 Caravelle  France YU-AHB (JAT) 135 ex F-WJAK

Republic F-84 "Thunderjet"

F-86D Sabre

MiG-21F-13

Soko J-22 Orao
Soko J-22 Orao
prototype

Folland (Fo.141) Gnat F Mk.1

Tail and canopy of F-16CG shot down during the Operation Allied Force

JAT Sud-Aviation Se.210 Caravele

Other[edit]

Item Origin Registration Serial number Note

BGM-109 Tomahawk  United States

Wreckage

Cossor C.R. 787  United Kingdom

Radar

R-25 Vulkan  Yugoslavia

SAM missile

Westinghouse AN/TPS-1D  United States

Radar

See also[edit]

List of aerospace museums List of museums in Belgrade

References[edit]

^ Jelena Popadić (21 October 2017), "Zabrinutost zaposlenih u Muzeju vazduhoplovstva" [Worries of the employees in the Museum of the Aviation], Politika
Politika
(in Serbian), p. 08  ^ Jovo Simišić (25 October 2017), "Čiji je Muzej vazduhoplovstva" [To whom belongs the Museum of aviation], Politika
Politika
(in Serbian), p. 26  ^ Marinkovic, Vlado. "Air Museum." pbase.com, 11 September 2010. Retrieved: 9 September 2013. ^ http://www.militaryphotos.net/forums/showthread.php?t=164112

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