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The world's largest rotorcraft collection. Flights, events & more! Christmas Fun Day Sunday 10th Dec... Santa flies in by helicopter !
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Helicopter Museum 16h
Replying to @MattSudol @FASTmuseum
send us some photos if you do!!
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Helicopter Museum 16h
Restoration of the museum's Westland Wessex Series 60 nearing completion... plans to move into display hangar in 2018
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FAST Museum ✈ Nov 16
38 years ago first flight PZL W-3 Sokół (English: Falcon) Polish medium-size, twin-engine, multipurpose helicopter developed and manufactured by Polish helicopter company PZL-Świdnik (now AgustaWestland Świdnik). The first helicopter to be entirely designed & produced in Poland.
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Helicopter Museum 21h
Christmas Sale.... 40% off Choppersaurus!! Only 3 left in stock...
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Helicopter Museum 23h
Some exciting news in our inbox this morning to confirm two very special guests at our Christmas Fun Day on Sunday 10 Dec where all kids go free!!
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Helicopter Museum 24h
£1 off entry to the Helicopter Museum for all members, including to all of our special events 🚁💪
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Helicopter Museum Nov 16
Excited to say that Avon Owls will be back at the Museum for our Christmas Fun Day on 10 Dec! 🎅
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FlyPast Nov 16
Helicopter Museum wins FAI recognition - Weston-super-Mare’s Helicopter Museum recently became the first museum...
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Helicopter Museum Nov 15
Replying to @LossComm
Thanks Craig! Hope you're please with the chair? Look forward to some pics once it's done
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Helicopter Museum Nov 15
The Weston Aviation Exhibition is now open every Wednesday - Sunday! Take a journey through Weston-super-Mare's amazing history of flight...
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Helicopter Museum Nov 15
Last week the Helicopter Museum was recognised as a 'Recommended Venue of Education' by the Fédération Aéronautique Internationale. The first in England and only the 18th in the world!
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1st Panzer Sep 8
Next show 7/8th April! Bertha will have had her winter overhaul and more weapons will have been purchased!
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FAST Museum ✈ Nov 10
First flight Sikorsky H-19 Chickasaw, (aka S-55) 68 years ago US 12-seat utility helicopter suitable for passenger, air mail or cargo transport & for air rescue & military service. US Army's first true transport helicopter. License-built by Westland Aircraft as Whirlwind in 1953
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FAST Museum ✈ Nov 10
66 years ago first flight Cantinieau C.100, French experimental single seat helicopter. It was open frame with a triangulated tube structure surrounding the pilot & carrying the engine & rotor installation at its apex above the pilot's head. It made a total of three flights.
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FAST Museum ✈ Nov 10
First flight Mil Mi-28 (NATO: Havoc), Russian all-weather day-night military tandem 2-seat anti-armour attack helicopter 35 years ago. The 3 prototypes had a conventional 3-bladed tail rotor but later a 'delta 3' x-configured rotor comprising 2 independent 2-bladed propellers
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Helicopter Museum Nov 10
Replying to @1st_Panzer
yes that would be great!! Please do pass it on 🙂
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Helicopter Museum Nov 10
It's exactly 1 month until our Christmas Fun Day where all kids go free and Santa flies to the museum by helicopter!!! 🎅🎅🎅
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Helicopter Museum Nov 10
Visit the museum shop for some big discounts in our Christmas sale!! 🎅🏻
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Helicopter Museum Nov 10
Visiting tonight? Come to WsM early and visit the Helicopter Museum, we're open until 16:30! And then look out for our pilots in the carnival tonight...
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GWAAC Nov 10
We're one of the busiest air ambulances in the UK and 2016 was our busiest ever year! We were called to 1735 incidents, well over 4 a day.
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