Aviation Museums

Lithuania

Lithuanian Aviation Museum

Veiverių g. 132, LT-46338, Kaunas

Date of visit: 18th August 2016

Aero L-29 Delfin

08 red / 591382 (ex Russian AF)

Aero L-39C Albatros

01 blue (ex Lithuanian AF)

Antonov An-2R

CCCP-70224

Antonov An-14

34 Grey / 903112 (ex Russian AF)

Antonov AN-24B

06 yellow / 87304405

Kamov Ka-26

02 white / 7303706 (ex Police)

Kamov Ka-26

LY-HBQ / 7202603

Mikoyan Gurevich MiG-21PF

95 yellow / 076 212 110 (ex Russian AF)

Mil Mi-2US

04 yellow / 56264612 (ex Lithuanian AF / Border Guard)

Mil Mi-2P

05 yellow / 544036035 (ex Lithuanian AF / Border Guard)

Mil Mi-2T

06

Mil Mi-8T

12 blue / 9950818 (tragically crashed into the Baltic Sea during an exercise in 2003)

PZL Mielec TS-11bis B Iskra

612 (ex Polish AF)

Valunas VA-1

unmarked (ex Lithuanian Air Force)

Vladis Kensgaila 'Lituanica'

replica

NR 688E 'Lituanica' was a Bellanca CH-300 Pacemaker that Lithuanian-American pilots Steponas Darius and Stasys Girėnas attempted a Cross-Atlantic flight from the USA in 1933. It crashed, due to unknown circumstances, 404 miles short of its destination, Kaunas in Lithuania.

Vladis Kensgaila VK-9

LY-VRK (Private 8 seat aircraft homebuilt in 2009 by Lithuanian designer Vladis Kensgaila)

Yakolev Yak-18A

11 (ex Russian AF)

Yakolev Yak-50

02 (ex Russian AF)

Yakolev Yak-50

03 (ex Russian AF)

GLIDERS / Ultralights

Grunau Baby 2B

LF-NN

Lak-4 'Ruta'

Model

Lak-5 'Nemunas'

0001

Lak-11 'Nida'

007

Lak-12E 'Lietuva'

01

Lak-16M 'Sirse'

unmarked

Let L-13 'Blanik'

172950 / LY-GHO (ex Volunteer Society for Cooperation with the Army, Aviation, and Fleet)

Bronius Oškinis BrO-11

1713

Bronius Oškinis BrO-11M

Bronius Oškinis BrO-12

Bronius Oškinis BrO-18 'Boruze'

Bronius Oškinis BrO-20 'Pukelis'

Bronius Oškinis BrO-21 'Vyturys'

Bronius Oškinis BrOK-1M 'Garnys'

Ultralight

Ultralight T-2

Autogiro AK-3

Romo Bekstos RB-17 'Antis'

'Monas' Hang Glider

Models

ANBO-I

ANBO-II

ANBO-VI

ANBO-41

ANBO-51

Fire Equipment