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Apparition : Dornier 17 Partner Museums
We have partnered with various aviation museums across the globe so that members of the public might be able to explore the Dornier Do 17 when visiting them. Here are the details of these museums together with the locations at which each Dornier Do 17 may be found via your smartphone.
The Canada Aviation and Space Museum
The Canada Aviation and Space Museum holds an internationally renowned collection of over 130 aircraft chronicles the ancient dream of flight and the significant part played by Canadians in its development; including the only replica of the Silver Dart – that made the first powered flight in Canada in 1909; the A.E.G. G.IV, the only First World War German twin engine aircraft in existence; a Lancaster Bomber; the 1947 prototype of the famous de Havilland Canada Beaver, a CF-18 jet; and the original Canadarm– all under one roof!
Co-ordinates to view AR Dornier Do 17 – 45°27’30.37″N 75°38’39.50″W
Pima Air & Space Museum
Pima Air & Space Museum is one of the largest aviation museums in the world and the largest non-government-funded in the U.S. TripAdvisor ranks it in the Top 10% worldwide for excellent ratings. Its significant collection, 300 strong from around the globe, covers commercial, military and civil aviation. See all-time great aircraft on its 80 acres: the SR-71 Blackbird; a B-29 Superfortress; three B-52s; the world’s smallest bi-plane; even planes used as renowned-contemporary-artists’ canvases; and much more.
Co-ordinates to view AR Dornier Do 17 – 32°8’26”N-110°-52’-2”W Course 314°
The National Norwegian Aviation Museum
Norsk Luftfartsmuseum is the Norwegian national museum of aviation.
The museum is located in Bodø in the North of Norway in a building shaped like a giant propeller, and covers military and civil aviation history. The museum is spread over roughly 10,000 square metres of floor space.
The exhibitions at the museum are the result of a co-operation between Norsk Luftfartsmuseum, the Norwegian Air Force Museum and the AVINOR Museum.
The museum was opened in 1994.
website : http://luftfartsmuseum.no/en/
Co-ordinates to view AR Dornier Do 17 – 67° 16’ 36.4” N 014° 24’ 43.4” E