Civil Aviation Historical Society (Australia)

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Civil Aviation Historical Society (Australia)

The Airways Museum is an aviation museum, then with one difference - there are no aircraft! Instead, the Museum households a group of national importance that drops the development of Australia's civil aviation airways system through innovation and technical growth from it's early stages in the 1920s to today. The story is told through artefacts and photographs, and demonstrates how Australia has repeatedly played a important role internationally in aviation development. The Museum is situated at Essendon Airport, Melbourne, Victoria, at the rear of Building 44. Enter via Edgar Johnston Lane. Melway Map Ref 16 C7. The CAHS stages regular Special Exhibitions at the Airways Museum using substantial from our extensive archives. These Exhibitions have encompassed:2005-6 - Civil Aviation in Pre-Independence Papua & New Guinea, 2006-7 - Australia's Civil Empire Winged Boats & their Bases, 2007-8 - Essendon: The First Melbourne Airport 1921-1971 (permanent),  2008-9 - Aussie Propliners of the Fifties, 2009-10 - Radio Aids to Navigation, 2010-11 - The Aviation Rescue and Fire Fighting Service (ARFF), 2011-12 - Australian Civil Aircraft Between the Wars - Photos from the Len Dobbin collection, 2012-13 - Aircraft Accident Investigation, 2013-14 - The History of Melbourne Airport (Tullamarine) since 1920, 2014-15 - Macarthur Job: A Life in Aviation, 2015-16 - The 1934 Centenary Air Race

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