Irish Aer Corps Museum & Heritage Project

Irish Aer Corps Museum & Heritage Project

The Irish Air Corps Museum and Heritage Project, as it now exists, began its journey during the autumn of 2000. It comes under the establishment of No 4 Support Wing (Engineering) and was set up to identify, collect, catalogue and preserve as much of the history and heritage of the Air Corps as possible. The museum itself is housed in a hangar built by the Royal Flying Corps in 1917.
It is manned full time by a single member of staff but has the assistance of retired Air Corps personnel on a part-time basis, as well as serving members who regularly give up their time. All restoration work is carried out by Air Corps staff.

Museum Curator:
Airman Michael Whelan M.A.,
Irish Air Corps Museum & Heritage Project

Location:

Irish Air Corps Museum & Heritage Project,
Casement Aerodrome,
Baldonnel Dublin 22, Ireland.

Opening Times:
Mon – Fri Working Hours (Access limited)

The museum is accessible by prior arrangement only through Air Corps Headquarters.

Contact:
The Station Commander Irish Air Corps Headquarters,
Casement Aerodrome,
Baldonnel Dublin 22, Ireland.
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