Angers Loire Airport
tel: 33 (0)2 41 33 04 10
Discover the main light aviation museum in France. A collection of airplanes and gliders, since 1908 until now.
Sit in a plane of fame just as its pilots used to do. Discover amazing flying machines and magnificently restored historical aircraft, some still airworthy.
Take a look at René Gasnier’s aeroplane, the first to fly in Anjou (1908). A lot of competition light aircraft and gliders.
You will enjoy sharing the enthusiasm of the volunteers working on the aircraft.
A visit especially adapted for young people and children.
All in all 4200 sq.yds. devoted to the incredible adventures of the flying pioneers.
To make your visit easier, a printed guide is available in 4 languages :
ENGLISH, GERMAN, DUTCH, ITALIAN
Reception: French & English spoken
Description of the aircraft: English and German translations.
Family Game for children from 3 to 6: English & German translations.
Family Game for children from 7 to 12: English translation.
Last admission: 30 min before closing.
Visit with a guide: Starting around 15 people, a guided tour in English is available yearlong.
30 persons maximum by visit. Period of visit: 1h30
Most of the museum is accessible to all visitors, regardless of disability.
Assistance dogs are welcome.
Toilets, including wheelchair-accessible facilities, are available.
by D766: direction Baugé
by A11: exit 12 (toll)
(coming from Angers by A11, exit 13 is free)
Follow the road signs for "Angers-Loire Airport"