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Ailes Anciennes Toulouse

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Must see for aviation lovers

Huge contrast with the neighbouring Aeroscopia, it's a half scrapyard collection, but that gives it... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
rgranc
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Hungary
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Great to see volunteers restoring classic aircraft

If you're heading to do visit anf of the Airbus facilities then you should visit here. It's really... read more

Reviewed 17 August 2018
kaliberbeats
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Dublin, Ireland
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Since 35 years, the association Ailes Anciennes Toulouse saves and rebuilds a unique collection of aircraft (airplanes, helicopters, gliders and engines). Our collection, which is among the largest in France, has been collected and is maintained by...more
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4 rue Roger Beteille | Parking Aéroscopia Allée André Turcat, 31700 Blagnac, France
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+33 5 61 21 70 01
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Reviewed 3 May 2016

Right next door to Aeroscopia it can be overlooked by the flash appearance of that site. Ailes shows how surplus craft that have already bee canibalised for useful parts can be rehabilitated for static display. Some of the craft are rare and also show how...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Huge contrast with the neighbouring Aeroscopia, it's a half scrapyard collection, but that gives it the charm. One can visit the repairs and the storage hall, both are treasure spots. Kudos to all the volunteers working here, doing renovation wonders. Many of Aeroscopia planes belong...More

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Reviewed 7 September 2018

I have to admit that I didn't venture inside the Museum. I was already aware that 95% of the exhibits could be seen from outside the fence. Many aircraft here are nothing more than scrap metal and this is a great pity as there are...More

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Reviewed 17 August 2018

If you're heading to do visit anf of the Airbus facilities then you should visit here. It's really cheap to get in and the guys running the place are incredibly friendly and helpful. They will do a guided tour or you can wander around at...More

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Reviewed 17 June 2018

A stones throw away from the modern, high-tech Aeroscopia, this museum could not be more different. Under-funded volunteers do their best to restore historic aircraft on their love of aircraft, assisted by the 6 Euro entrance fee from visitors. It is normally open between 2...More

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Reviewed 11 April 2018

Ailes Anciennes is next door to the Aeroscopia museum so I took the opportunity to visit both on the same day. They have a large collection of aircraft but unfortunately they are stored in the open air and are suffering because of it. The restoration...More

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Reviewed 22 March 2018

This is a must-see open air museum! The collection features many famous airplanes that you can see from up close. You can get a printed guide at the reception with many interesting information about all the planes in there. Worth spending a few hours there....More

Thank Rodrigo J
Reviewed 16 November 2017

+Not well publicised compared with the a350/380 tours but to an aviation enthusiast or some one who just likes to wander around older aircraft then this is the place for you. Photography allowed, no crowds, helpful staff.

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Reviewed 20 October 2017

Visited in September to see this nice collection of classic aircraft. There is a big variety to see and some great fighters too

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Reviewed 21 May 2017

A wonderful idea during sunny days to discover a set of old aircrafts. Trully recommend to get inspired from the past and history of aeronautics, aeroscopia being next door there is always an opportunity for the ones who dream and believe the sky has no...More

Thank frederic s
Reviewed 29 April 2017

Aircraft that are restored here are exhibited in the Aeroscopia museum. The restoration is done entirely by volunteers and the Aeroscopia doesn't contribute anything, even though they get the benefits of the final outcome! I spent the rest of the afternoon here after looking through...More

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Response from Rodrigo J | Reviewed this property |
It's about 13km from the city center, so it's best to plan to spend some time there and visit the Aeroscopia museum too. The best way to arrive is by tram, there is a stop close to the museum.
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