THE MUSEUM of Aviation managed by the Slovak Technical Museum in Košice acquired a new exhibit at the end of October: a historical fighter plane Messerchmitt Bf 109G-10, one of the most famous planes of World War II.
The museum opened in August 2003. Situated on the premises of Košice’s international airport, it houses older aviation technology, including a collection of aircraft engines, navigation instruments and a collection of original aircraft, consisting mainly of warplanes.
Twenty-four historical aircraft engines are in its permanent exhibition.
The museum is currently closed for the winter season and will reopen at the beginning of May.
3. Dec 2012 at 0:00 | Compiled by Spectator staff