Icelandic Aviation Museum
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Icelandic Aviation Museum information
In a hangar at Akureyri airport, this museum charts the history of aviation in Iceland, from the first flight in 1919 to the present. Several restored aircraft fill the exhibition space, including a coast-guard helicopter and the remains of a British war craft that crashed near Akureyri during WWII.