Technical tours

”Cuatro Vientos” Spanish Air Force Museum

Museo del Aire de Cuatro Vientos

The Museo del Aire, full title in Spanish Museo de Aeronáutica y Astronáutica o Museo del Aire, is an aviation museum located in the outskirts of Madrid at Cuatro Vientos Airport, Spain. The museum was founded in 1981, and offers six exhibition galleries and it has about 150 aircraft on display. Cuatro Vientos was inaugurated in 1911 and is Spain’s first military airfield. The museum facilities extend over a surface of more than 66.000 m2, including outdoor displays and seven hangars. There are mainly planes and helicopters, many of which have previously served in the Spanish Air Force. Visitors will also find hundreds of miniature aircraft models, uniforms, engines, weapons and many other aviation related objects. Aircraft on display include a Vilanova Acedo, Spanish version of the Blériot XI built in 1911, the Jesús del Gran Poder, a special version of the Breguet 19 used on the transatlantic flight to Asia and America between 1928 and 1929, a few aircraft of the Spanish Republican Air Force, as well as the famous de Havilland Dragon Rapide used by Francisco Franco from the Canary Islands to Tétuan at the start of the military rebellion which began the Spanish Civil War in 1936. Of special interest are also the Spanish versions of the Heinkel He 111 and the Junkers Ju 52.



N-V, Km 10.500-28071 Madrid
Phone: 91 509 16 90 / 91 509 32 27 
Fax: 91 710 68 47


Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00 to 14:00 hours

Cafeteria and Gift Shop
Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00 to 13:30 hours 




Enterprise Bus Blas, stop at the School of Broadcasting.
Bus Station in Príncipe Pío:
Metro station: Príncipe Pío, lines 6 and 10 and line Opera-Príncipe Pío.

Distance from the conference venue: 15 km

Museo del Aire

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