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Just Giving Campaign for Building Expansion

Just Giving Campaign for

Today; 29th January 2022, we launch our fundraising campaign to create a new display area to showcase the vast history of Civilian Aviation in East Anglia and expand the museums footprint overall.The City of Norwich Aviation Museum has been home to several civilian airliners and smaller general aviation aircraft since its establishment in 1977.
These airliners include the Handley Page Herald 211 (G-ASKK) – the longest Herald preserved in any museum, the Fokker F-27 (G-BHMY) and more recently it’s Avro RJ85 Aircraft E2351 (formerly EI-RJN).

The museum also houses several smaller aircraft such as the Piper Aztec (G-AYMO), Evans VP-2 (G-BTAZ), Socata Rallye (G-ASAT), Cessna 401 (G-OVNE) and Piper PA-30 Twin Comanche (N30NW).

The museum’s Herald, F27 and RJ are all capable of powering up some systems which is thanks to the hard work our Volunteers past and present have dedicated to their local museum.

East Anglia has a wide range of Civilian Aviation History with Norwich Airport home to Peters Aviation, Air Anglia, Air UK and KLM UK which the museums hope to showcase in this dedicated space.

Please visit our Just Giving page to find out more and donate!