South African Airways Museum Society

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South African Airways Museum Society

The South African Airways Museum Society was established in 1986 by people inside South African Airways and intrigued outside gatherings with the point of protecting the historical backdrop of South African Airways and also that of general common aeronautics in South Africa. This was started off by the buy by South African Airways of the well-known Junkers Ju 52/3m flying machine. Individuals from the South African Airways Museum Society were instrumental in re-establishing that air ship, and have as far back as been proactive in protecting the vivid history of South African Airways. The South African Airways Museum Society is based at the Transvaal Aviation Club at Rand Airport in Germiston. Notable things, for example, photos, flying machine instruments, timetables and other vital documentation are in plain view in the general public's showcase corridor. The showcase lobby is interested in the general population, and the general public frequently takes an interest in open days to energize especially the more youthful era of South Africans to appreciate aeronautics as a potential vocation.

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