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Arlanda Flights Collections
The Swedish aviation industry has been, and remains, by far the largest in Scandinavia. Since 1910, a total of about 6,000 aircrafts have been manufactured by some 25 public and private aircraft manufacturers.
At Arlanda Flights Collections, who is a civilian aviation museum, you will find engines, aircrafts, flight simulator and exciting parts of aviation history all in one place.
The collection includes more than 50 aircrafts, 30 engines and multiple peripherals. Some of the larger planes include SE-210 Caravelle, Convair CV-440 Metropolitan and North NC 701.
Hours for viewing and phone calls:
Tuesdays and Thursdays (excl. bank holidays)
at 10 am to 3 pm or by appointment
Visiting address: Kabinvägen, Stockholm-Arlanda Airport.