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Ailes anciennes Toulouse

Industrial, aeronautical and spatial discovery


Caravelle, Mirage III, Noratlas, Breguet "Deux-Ponts", Alouette, Djinn, F-101B Voodoo, Vampire… If those names do not mean anything to you, it is time to pay a visit to Ailes Anciennes!

For more than 40 years, the association Ailes Anciennes Toulouse has been saving and restoring a unique collection of aircraft (planes, helicopters, gliders and engines) that it presents with passion to the public.
The collection, which is among the most important in France, has been collected and is maintained by a team of volunteers.

On their grounds in Blagnac, we can discover about fifty legendary aircraft outdoors, engines and light aircraft under shelter, as well as the restoration hangar where they bring the old aircrafts back to life before the eyes of visitors.

An essential visit for aviation, mechanics and DIY enthusiasts!

The association is the main contributor to the Aeroscopia Museum, which opened in early 2015. The visit includes a tour of about fifty aircrafts outside, a storage hangar with engines and light aircrafts and recently the restoration hangar where volunteers are busy bringing old planes back to life.

Horaires

Open every afternoon from Wednesday to Friday from 2pm to 5:30pm and Saturday from 10am to 5:30pm.

Contact

www.aatlse.org

05 62 13 78 10



Ailes Anciennes Toulouse

Caravelle, Mirage III, Noratlas, Breguet "Deux-Ponts", Alouette, Djinn, F-101B Voodoo, Vampire… If those names do not mean anything to you, it is time to pay a visit to Ailes Anciennes!

For more than 40 years, the association Ailes Anciennes Toulouse has been saving and restoring a unique collection of aircraft (planes, helicopters, gliders and engines) that it presents with passion to the public.
The collection, which is among the most important in France, has been collected and is maintained by a team of volunteers.

On their grounds in Blagnac, we can discover about fifty legendary aircraft outdoors, engines and light aircraft under shelter, as well as the restoration hangar where they bring the old aircrafts back to life before the eyes of visitors.

An essential visit for aviation, mechanics and DIY enthusiasts!

The association is the main contributor to the Aeroscopia Museum, which opened in early 2015. The visit includes a tour of about fifty aircrafts outside, a storage hangar with engines and light aircrafts and recently the restoration hangar where volunteers are busy bringing old planes back to life.