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WELCOME TO THE MESSERSCHMITT MUSEUM OF FLIGHT


AT THE AIRBUS SITE IN MANCHING, GERMANY


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The Messerschmitt Museum of Flight in Manching is a collaboration between the Messerschmitt Foundation and Airbus

The main objective is to preserve Willy Messerschmitt’s legacy in aviation history by collecting and maintaining relevant aircraft. The museum keeps as many of the aircraft in airworthy condition as possible. The aircraft can be viewed in the museum at the Airbus site in Manching, subject to the restrictions relating to public access.

Another aim is to regularly exhibit the aircraft, and do so, wherever possible, well into the future. To extend the service life of the aircraft, their flight hours and thus the number of events they attend are kept within appropriate limits.

EXHIBITS

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ALL EXHIBITS
Overview and
Crew presentation

Messerschmitt M 17

M 17
Sport and training
(exact replica)

Me 108

Bf (Me) 108
Sport and touring
‘Typhoon’ D- ESBH

Me 108

Bf (Me) 108
Sport and touring
‘Typhoon’ D- EFBW

Messerschmitt Me 109

Bf (Me) 109 G2
Fighter
(static exhibit)

Messerschmitt Me 109

Bf (Me) 109 G4
Fighter
‘Red Seven’

Messerschmitt Me 109

Bf (Me) 109 G10
Fighter
‘Yellow 3’

Messerschmitt Me 163 BS

Me 163 BS
Rocket-powered fighter
(replica / glider)

Messerschmitt Me 262

Me 262
Jet-powered fighter
(replica)

Messerschmitt HA 200

HA (Me) 200 D
Jet trainer
‘Arrow’

Messerschmitt HA 300

HA 300
Jet-powered fighter
(static exhibit)

Messerschmitt KR 200

KR 200
Messerschmitt
Bubble car