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Denmarks Flymuseum   
Denmarks Flymuseum
Stauning, Denmark
August 2013

The Danmarks Flymuseum was founded in 1975 and contains the largest collection of preserved aircraft in Denmark. It is located in a very large modern building at Stauning airfield which is also the home of nearly 60 veteran civilian and former Royal Danish Air Force (Flyvevåbnet) aircraft. Another 17 aircraft are currently being restored and are not on display. Many of the civilian aircraft in particular are held in good flying order and flying days feature from time to time. Naturally Danish built the Skandinavisk Aero Industri (SAI) KZ planes built between 1937 and 1954 are well represented.
The museum is open daily from May to October please check the official museum website for precise details of the opening times.
1957 Republic RF-84F Thunderflash (C-264 formally 51-11264) Royal Danish Air Force.
Left to right: 1951 Gloster Mk.8 Meteor (B-499) Royal Danish Air Force,
1963 Lockheed CF-104 Starfighter (R-888 12888) Royal Danish Air Force.
Left to right: 1956 Hawker F.51 Hunter (E-401 47-401) Royal Danish Air Force.
Left to right: 1980 General Dynamics F-16A (E-174) Royal Danish Air Force,
1953 Lockheed T-33A Shooting Star (DT-102 19-102) Royal Danish Air Force.
Left to right: 1958 North American F-86D Sabre (F-421 18-421) Royal Danish Air Force,
1970 SAAB F-35 Draken (A-009) Royal Danish Air Force.
Left to right: 1957 Consolidated PBY-6A Catalina (L-861) Royal Danish Air Force.
Left to right: 1943 Douglas C-47A Skytrain (K-687) Royal Danish Air Force,
1943 Noorduyn Harvard IIB ('306' 31-306) Royal Danish Air Force.
Left to right: 1953 de Havilland Canada DHC-1 Chipmunk (P-143 registered OY-FLV) Royal Danish Air Force,
1950 SAI KZ VII (OY-ATJ).
Left to right: Sikorsky S-61A-1 Sea King (U-240) Royal Danish Air Force,
1971 Hughes 500M Cayuse (H-245),
1957 Sikorsky S-55C (S-884 ex 55-1032) Esk722 Royal Danish Air Force.

Danish Vintage Aircraft (Dansk Veteranflysamling)
Skandinavisk Aero Industri (SAI) KZ IV Ambulance (OY-DIZ) one of only two built
Left to right: 1944 SAI KZ IV Ambulance (OY-DIZ),
1946 SAI KZ III Ambulance (OY-DZA).
Left to right: 1946 SAI KZ II Traener (11-107 '107' registered OY-FAK),
replica SAI KZ I (OY-SAI KZI),
1939 SAI KZ II Sport (OY-DOU).
Left to right: 1947 SAI KZ VII (OY-AAD),
1951 SAI KZ X (OY-AOL),
1939 SAI KZ II Kupe (OY-AEA).
1940 Bucker Bu.181B-1 Bestmann (Fv25073 '273' registered OY-AVZ)
Left to right: 1943 Supermarine F Mk IXC Spitfire (NH417/MA298 '41-401') see history,
1942 Taylorcraft Plus D / Auster Mk.1 (LB381 registered OY-DSH),
1941 de Havilland DH.82A Tiger Moth (OY-ECH),
1935 de Havilland DH.87B Hornet Moth (OY-DEZ).
Left to right: 1956 de Havilland DH.104 Dove 6 (OY-DHZ) Cimber Air,
1955 Stampe SV.4B (OY-DBC c/n 1204) This aircraft served with the Belgian Air Force (serial V-62) until 1976. Arriving in Denmark in 1977 it was restored to flying condition over the next ten years. It is currently on loan to Danmarks Flymuseum,
1939 Piper Cub J3-F50 (OY-ABT),
Harald Thyregod HT.1 (OY-FAI) homebuilt by Hollaender and Smidt in 1964 and donated to museum in 1978.
Left to right: 1962 Druine D.31 Turbulent (OY-AMG),
1936 Mignet HM.14 Flying Flea (Pou du Ciel) built by V. Hug Berlingske Tidende,
1911 B & S Monoplan III,
Avro 504N (110)
Left to right: 1925 Avro 504N (110),
1927 Hawker Dankok LB.II (158). Based on the British single-seat fighter the Hawker Woodcock (1925) was known as the Hawker Danecock (Dancock) Royal Danish Air Force service was license built in a shipyard in Copenhagen from 1927. Twelve of the fighters (serials 154-165) were delivered to the air force and remained in service until 1937. No.158 is on loan from the Danish Defence Historical Museum Copenhagen.

Around the airfield
Left to right: Antonov An-2 (LY-AET c/n 1G192-07)
1949 de Havilland DH.104 Devon C1 (WB534 registered OY-BHZ previously G-BLPZ).