Vyskov Museum
Vyskov, Czech Republic
September 2006
This collection of relics is found at the old Vyskov airfield just outside the town to the north east. It was interesting to see coming off the motorway two closed taxiways from the airfield. Almost 40 aircraft consisting of a full range of MiGs, Mil's and Sukhoi's with most types/variants duplicated, are packed into a smallish area. There may be good intentions to restore or preserve these airframes but at the time of the visit it was easy to think that they were all deteriorating due to the effects of many years of being stored outside since the museum was opened in the early 1990s. It is open weekends only.
A line up of former Czech Air Force MiGs and Sukhoi's, one of them as USSR Air Force.
Left to right: Sukhoi SU-7BM (5521) painted as Soviet AF 'Red 21', Sulhoi SU-25K (9013) and two Avia-14s, an Avia-14R (3133) and an Avia-14T (3144).
Left to right: MiG-19S (0412) and two images of MiG-19PM (1102).
Left to right: MiG-21F-13 (1106), MiG-21U-400 (0817), MiG-21PF (1313) and MiG-21PFM (8001).
Left to right: Mi-21MA (2703), MiG-23MF (7183) and Ilyushin Il-28RT (2404).
Left to right:Mil -Mi-1U (6017), Mil Mi-2 (B-2745 Czech Police), Mil Mi-4 (4139) and Zlin Z-37 Cmelak crop sprayer.