Gatow airport in the far west of the city used to be a Royal Air Force base before German reunification. British aircraft ... More
Luftwaffenmuseum der Bundeswehr
Gatow airport in the far west of the city used to be a Royal Air Force base before German reunification. British aircraft landed here with essential supplies during the Berlin Airlift of 1947/8. After Allied forces left Berlin in the 1990s, the German Air Force took over the base and promptly turned it into an aviation museum. Over 60 aircraft are on exhibit as well as uniforms and equipment covering a hundred years of German aviation. In addition to the permanent collection, Luftwaffenmuseum der Bundeswehr organizes special exhibitions on topics related to military history.
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