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Aircraft of the Great War Flying Museum


Royal Aircraft
Factory S.E.5a

Fokker DR.I


Royal Aircraft
Factory S.E.5a


Fokker D.VII

Nieuport 28

Fokker DR.I

Sopwith
1½ Strutter

Sopwith Camel

Airco DH2

The aircraft flown by the Great War Flying Museum have been constructed in such a way as to balance historical accuracy with ease of maintenance and airframe longevity. As much as possible historical detail has been paid attention to, but in some instances necessity has dictated various changes. Due to various long distance trips undertaken by the aircraft to participate in various airshows and events, the engines are relatively more modern than those used in the original aircraft types. The original wooden tailskids have been replaced with tailwheels in order to operate from paved runways, and the main wheels have been equipped with modern disc brakes. In addition, modern radio equipment and flight instruments have been installed in each aircraft.

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  The Great War Flying Museum
c/o Brampton Flying Club · P.O. Box 27, Stn. Cheltenham · Caledon, Ontario · Canada L7C 3L7
Tel: (905) 838-4936 • E-mail: info@GreatWarFlyingMuseum.com
Web: www.GreatWarFlyingMuseum.com