Aircraft on display

Aircraft in the NEAM collection are listed in the National Aviation Heritage Register (the NAHR is explanation below). The category allocated to each airframe is noted with each aircraft history.

G-AWRS / TX213 Avro Anson C.19
XL319 Avro Vulcan B.2
WD790 AW Meteor NF.11
XP627 BAC Jet Provost T.4

BAPC.119 Benson B.7
WA577 Bristol Sycamore MK.3

BAPC.96 Brown Helicopter

BGA-2383/DUC Carman M.100S Glider
146 Dassault Mystere IVA
G-BEEX DH Comet 4C (Nose only)
G-ARHX DH Dove 8
XG680 DH Sea Venom FAW.22
XN696 DH Sea Vixen FAW.2 (Nose only)
G-ARPO DH Trident 1C
WZ518 DH Vampire T.11

WB685 DHC Chipmunk T.10
WJ639 EE Canberra TT.18
ZF594 'XS922' EE Lightning F.53

A-522 FMA Pucara
WL181 Gloster Meteor F.8
E-419 Hawker Hunter F.51

'G-ADVU' HM.14 'Flea'
54439 Lockheed T-33A

G-MBDL Lone Ranger Microlight

G-ARAD Luton Major

'G-AFUG' Luton Minor

6171 NA F-86D Sabre
42157 NA F-100D Super Sabre
6541 Republic F-84F Thunderstreak
XM555 Saro Skeeter AOP.12
G-OGIL Short SD-330

WZ747 Slingsby Grasshopper TX.1
WG724 Westland Dragonfly HR.5
G-BAGJ Westland Gazelle
XM833 Westland Wessex HAS.3
XN258 Westland Whirlwind HAR.9
G-APTW Westland Widgeon
XT148 Westland-Bell Sioux AH.1

Aero Engines

Most of our aircraft engines can be found on display in hangar 2, though we do have others on show around other parts the museum - 1908 Howcroft, Alvis Leonides, BMW 805 Bramo, Bristol Hercules, Bristol Jupiter, Bristol Mercury, Bristol Nimbus, Cheetah, Continental, D.H. Ghost, D.H. Goblin, Double Mamba, Gnome Rotary, Gnome Turboshaft, Napier Gazelle, Rolls Royce Avon, Rolls Royce Dart, Rolls Royce Derwent, Rolls Royce Nene, Rolls Royce Orpheus, Rolls Royce Tyne, Rolls Royce Viper, Rolls Royce Welland, Screecher Rocket, Specture Rocket.

The following aircraft engines have been recovered from various wreck sites and are on display -

Daimler Benz 601, Rolls Royce Merlin

Other items

Other items of interest on display at the museum are -

National Aviation Heritage Register
The NAHR lists all aircraft held in UK museums and collections that are open to the public. Aircraft are categorised accordingly to rarity, condition, level of care/quality of conservation. The three categories are Benchmark, Significant and Noteworthy.