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Air Ambulance UK on AvPay donate
Help air ambulance charities to save even more lives everyday across the UK by making a regular or one off gift. Why donate? Air ambulance charities are collectively dispatched to over 100 lifesaving missions each day across the UK; each mission is funded almost entirely by the generosity of local communities.
Last Updated:
26-07-2023
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Location:
Europe
UK
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Our mission: Giving wings to youth and community through our aviation roots.
Last Updated:
31-01-2023
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Not Listed
Airworld Aviation Museum offers the opportunity to get close up to some historic aircraft. Set on an active airfield, the museum houses iconic machines such as the Hawker Hunter, D.H. Vampire, along with the only T2 BAe Harrier remaining worldwide. Part of the museum is devoted to the creation of the RAF Mountain Rescue Service, started here at RAF Llandwrog in 1942, whilst other sections describe the wartime airfields of North Wales.
Last Updated:
27-03-2022
Location:
North Wales
Caernarfon
Europe
Gwynedd
Wales
UK
The Wings Aviation Museum is a totally voluntary organisation run by friendly dedicated volunteers & as such is a registered charity. The Museum is housed in a large "hangar" style building between Balcombe & Handcross in West Sussex. Get up close & personal to real history, read about the 1000's of personal stories of bravery & sacrifice from all nations & theatres of war. Often described as a "Hidden Gem" our museum is available for School visits & group bookings…
Last Updated:
07-03-2022
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Europe
England
West Sussex
UK
Tangmere Military Aviation Museum is located in a corner of the old Tangmere airfield, famed as an RAF fighter station from 1918 until Fighter Command left in 1958.
Last Updated:
07-03-2022
Location:
Europe
England
Worthing
West Sussex
UK
Founded in 1973, Canada’s Aviation Hall of Fame is a not-for-profit organization that recognizes & honours individuals & organizations for making outstanding contributions to Canadian aviation. The Hall got its start after a March 1973 gathering of aviation notables C.H ‘Punch’ Dickins, S.A. ‘Sammy’ Tomlinson, S.R. ‘Stan’ McMillan, Walter E. Gilbert, & Maxwell W. Ward. The Calgary Herald had dubbed them “Hall of Fame Aviators,” but no such Hall then existed. Efforts were soon in motion to correct this, &…
Last Updated:
06-03-2022
Location:
Alberta
Edmonton
North America
Canada
Vintage Flying Museum is a 501C (3) Non Profit Organization. Your admission to tour the museum is an important contribution to the preservation of these important aircraft.
Last Updated:
06-03-2022
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Location:
Fort Worth
USA
Texas
Located only minutes from Downtown Savannah, where the Eighth Air Force was activated in 1942, the Museum features over 90,000 square feet of exhibits, interactive displays, historical artefacts & a magnificent collection of aviation art.
Last Updated:
06-03-2022
Location:
North America
Savannah
Georgia
USA
The March Field Air Museum is a non-profit educational institution dedicated to promoting an understanding of humanity’s desire for flight & March Field’s pivotal role in the development of aviation.
Last Updated:
06-03-2022
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Location:
North America
California
USA
The WACO Air Museum was established at its present location in 1997. Two hangers are dedicated to the history of the WACO Factory & the employees who made it great. The visitor can take an audio tour to learn about the #1 airplane manufacturer in the 20's & 30's.
Last Updated:
06-03-2022
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Location:
North America
Dayton
USA
Ohio
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Aviation Museum Donations are always gladly received, since a lot of museums are run by volunteer organisations, with little funding but lots of enthusiasm and passion. The great thing with aviation museums that have actual aircraft (as opposed to aircraft models and other artefacts), is that there’s always a story behind each  aircraft on display. Take the Avro Lancaster, at the Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre. Upon first glance, it may just look like any other aircraft. But consider that over 7,000 Lancasters were built. As of 2021, fewer than 17 remain and Just Jane is one of them! The aircraft even has a story. Originally built in Lancashire for deployment in the Far East, upon the surrender of Japan in 1945 the aircraft was put into storage in Llandow, until 1952. It was then sold to the French Naval Air Arm, where she flew for 10 years, before heading to New Caledonia (a French territory to the east of Australia), where she was painted white and used for cartography and air sea rescue. The French then presented the aircraft to the Historical Aircraft Preservation Society and in 1965 the aircraft began a long journey from Sydney Australia, over to Biggin Hill. Following a brief residence at Lavenham, the aircraft was put to auction at Blackpool Airport – an airport where members of the AvPay team learned to fly! The aircraft then stood at RAF Scampton as gate guard, the airfield from which the famous Dam Busters of 617 Squadron Flew. It was then purchased and brought to East Kirkby Airfield, where she remains today. Now consider the thousands of stories behind all of the aircraft sitting in aviation museums throughout the world, just waiting to be discovered! Donate to museums you care about on the AvPay Aviation Museum Directory.