Farnborough Air Sciences Trust Museum
85 Farnborough Rd, Farnborough GU14 6TF, UK
About Farnborough Air Sciences Trust Museum
The Farnborough Air Sciences Trust museum holds a collection of aircraft, satellites, simulators, wind tunnel,s and Royal Aircraft Establishment-related material. There are aircraft on display, some of which had significant design and/or development contributions from Farnborough. The collection of models in a wind tunnel, held in storage, along with the documentation and historical records of engineering development.
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