Final full day of the trip and the second air show. This report is for the museum ONLY.
This was the first day that the weather had turned against us, however it was still warm and did not stop the continuous air show throughout the day. A very well attended event, both by the variety of aircraft as well as the public.
Trip Airfield Albums https://www.flickr.com/photos/jlt_egcc74/albums
Country Folders https://www.flickr.com/photos/jlt_egcc74/collections
Noted between 0920-1005hrs
29588 SAAB J-29 F Tunnan C/n 29588 Preserved. D red. Gate Guard
14 SAAB Draken J35OE C/n 351414 Preserved
3F-SW SAAB S.91 Safir D C/n 91-462 Preserved
09 SAAB Draken J35OE C/n 351409 Preserved
110 Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21 bis-D C/n N75017895 Preserved
V-278 Sud Aviation SE.3160 Alouette III C/n 154 Preserved. Ex Swiss Air Force New Exhibit https://www.flickr.com/photos/jlt_egcc74/48968052373/in/album-72157711521512732/
3A-AA Yakovlev Yak-18 C/n 10113 Preserved
3A-BH Cessna L-19 E Bird Dog C/n 23935 Preserved
Any help with this please:
Unmarked (Possibly a) Lilienthal Normal-Segelapparat C/n Unknown Preserved New Exhibit https://www.flickr.com/photos/jlt_egcc74/48968524706/in/album-72157711521512732/
OE-0399 Musger Mg-19 a Steinadler C/n 033 Preserved. Marked S2-0443
4C-AF Yakovlev Yak-C-11 C/n 171227 Preserved
08 SAAB Draken J35OE C/n 351408 Preserved. Special red/white Ostarrichi colours
3A-BB Fiat G-46 5B C/n 157 Preserved
4C-TE North American T-6G Texan C/n 168-295 Preserved. 49-3191 on the tail.
OE-AEX Zlin Z.126 Trener 2 C/n 864 Preserved. Marked 2A-AM
76+91 Sud Aviation SE.3130 Alouette II C/n 1833 Preserved. Marked 3D-XJ
3C-JD Agusta-Bell AB.206 A Jet Ranger C/n 8131 Preserved
4D-BW Agusta-Bell AB.204 B C/n 3202 Preserved
3F-SO SAAB S.91 Safir D C/n 91-450 Preserved
21 SAAB Draken J35OE C/n 351421 Preserved. Special black and yellow Dragon Knights colours
17-524 Schneider SG-38 Schulgleiter C/n Unknown Preserved New Exhibit https://www.flickr.com/photos/jlt_egcc74/48968548636/in/album-72157711521512732/
S2-0442 Schneider DFS 108-49 Grunau Baby IIB C/n S2-0442 Preserved
5S-TA Short SC-7 3M-400 Skyvan C/n SH1855 Preserved
OE-0547 Scheibe L-Spatz 55 C/n Scheibe L-Spatz 55 Preserved
217 Fouga CM-170 R Magister C/n 359 Preserved. Marked 4D-YL
5C-VF de Havilland DH-115 Vampire T.11 C/n 15694 Preserved
29449 SAAB J-29 F Tunnan C/n 2944 Preserved. Coded F Yellow/Red
1116 SAAB 105 OE C/n 105416 Preserved. Marked GF-16 https://www.flickr.com/photos/jlt_egcc74/48968556811/in/album-72157711521512732/
12 SAAB Draken J35OE C/n 351412 Preserved. Cut away / Open frame https://www.flickr.com/photos/jlt_egcc74/48968554271/in/album-72157711521512732/
3B-HD Bell Helicopters OH-13 H Sioux C/n 2482 Preserved
Tails: Only information
05 SAAB Draken J35OE C/n 351405 The Broken up Zeltweg. The tail is displayed at the museum, Militarluftfahrtaustellung Zeltweg~Steiermark.
19 SAAB Draken J35OE C/n 351419 The fuselage is at the Robot Museum Arboga-Glasbruksgatan~Vastmanland~SE
Unmarked Heinkel He.162 A-2 (FSM) C/n Unknown Preserved (Scale model replica to add?) https://www.flickr.com/photos/jlt_egcc74/48968724937/in/album-72157711521512732/
Annex 2 / Info Bits of the aircraft
Unmarked Messerschmitt Bf.109 D-1 C/n Unknown Preserved Bits of the aircraft
Unmarked Heinkel He.111 C/n Unknown Preserved Bits of the aircraft
35531 SAAB Draken J35F (J350E on the info board) C/n Unknown Preserved. Cockpit Simulator per notes MSF & http://www.aviationmuseum.eu/Blogvorm/luftfahrtmuseum-zeltweg/
Another bit of help on this:
Unmarked Fokker D V11 ?? C/n Unknown Preserved. Coded L https://www.flickr.com/photos/jlt_egcc74/48967969403/in/album-72157711521512732/
Unmarked Schleppziel Tow Target C/n Unknown Preserved
3A-BM Cessna L-19 E Bird Dog C/n 23939 Preserved
Not seen by me. Hidden behind Bird Dog.
3F-SR SAAB S.91 Safir D C/n 91-455 Preserved
Not part of the museum , but noted here as classed as preserved:
Displayed near Main Gate.
3A-CO Cessna L-19 A Bird Dog C/n 22216 Preserved. Displayed near Main Gate.
35339 SAAB Draken S35D C/n 35339 Preserved. Displayed near Main Gate.
Photo credit: John Tomlinson