Exhibition "Serbian Aviation in the Great War 1914-1918. "aims to highlight and demonstrate the overall aviation activity since its beginnings in 1912 and its participation in the Balkan wars, the efforts of the Serbian aviation to defend the free sky over Serbia in the first years of the Great War of 1914-1915. In the winter of 1915/1916, crossing Albania. the reorganization of the Serbian Aviatics in Corfu, the successful actions of the Serbian Aviation on the Thessaloniki front from 1916 to 1918 and contributed to the victory of the Serbian army.
DEAR VISITORS, WELCOME TO THE FLIGHT!
Aeronautical Museum and FlyNG wants you to have an unforgettable time on the flight simulator Boeing 737-800 and experience the magic of flying.
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+381 (60) 737-800-2
Informative flight up to 15 minutes - 2.000 RSD
Proffesional simulator of the Boeing 737-800 passenger airliner, provides the opportunity for all passengers with fear of flying to free themselves from that fear, and for those who seek adrenaline, to experience a different way of flying.
You can fly the 60 ton airplane yourself at a speed of 400 knots. Learn about controlling the plane, instruments, and procedures during the flight.
If you are an active virtual airline pilot, Come in and try the real commands, in real simulations and weather conditions. At the simulator base, there are 24,000 airports, connected with air traffic control provides an unforgettable experience.
If you are an professional airline pilot, Come in and try the real commands, in real simulations and weather conditions. At the simulator base, there are 24,000 airports, connected with air traffic control provides an unforgettable experience.
Unforgettable experience for everyone and a great opportunity for professional training:
Pilot training for 60 minutes - 8.000 RSD
Minister of Transport of FR Yugoslavia Jože Slokar, was
officially opened for the public a new building and an exhibition of
the Aeronautical Museum in Belgrade, on the day of Yugoslav Air
Force, on 21 May 1989.
With the attractive flight program and
the presence of high ranking civilian and military invitees the
Museum opened its doors. Approximately 6.000 visitors that day
visited the newly opened exhibition.
"Belgrade’s Aeronautical Museum was created to showcase and preserve the development of aviation in the Yugoslav region. SItuated both indoors and outdoors, the museums boasts over one hundred airplanes with diverse origins and purposes. The museum also provides information on, and encourages discussion of, the use of airplanes in bombing Belgrade and various other famous sites throughout Europe."