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RSAF Museum @ Paya Lebar

Republic of Singapore Air Force Museum

Paya Lebar Air Base is the home of the Republic of Singapore Air Force Museum. The Museum is situated on Airport Road just past one of the entrances to the air-base. A Taxi from Changi Airport will take about 15-20 mins and will cost about SG$15 to SG$20.

To be honest, there’s not that much to see, and as is the norm on this crowded island, it’s a little cramped. However, you’re not going to see these aircraft anywhere else are you? So if you’ve got a couple of hours to spare, pop over!

As well as the aircraft and helicopters there are some other aviation related exhibits upstairs.

Entrance is free, there’s restroom facilities and a small shop. It’s open as follows:

Tuesday to Sunday: 0830-1700 (closed on Mondays and Public Holidays).

Full address:
400 Airport Road
Singapore 534234
Tel: +65 6461 8507
email: afmuseum@starnet.gov.sg
Website:  www.mindef.gov.sg/imindef/mindef_websites/atozlistings/air_force/about/museum.html.

EXHIBITS (as of Mar-2015):
Data is courtesy of Aerodata. Please let me know if there are any errors.

015 – Grumman E-2C Hawkeye.
Msn: A52-112.
Ex 162796 (which is also still worn)

015 Grumman E-2C. Paya Lebar, November 27, 2014.

015 Grumman E-2C. Paya Lebar, November 27, 2014.

015: This is the latest addition to the museum’s collection. It was put on display in November 2014.

65 – I.A.I. Mastiff.
Msn: unknown.
Hanging in the roof.

110/9V-BEU – Cessna 172K.
Msn: 17258110.
Ex N79464, N1619, 110 Singapore Air Defence Command.

110 / 9V-BEU Cessna 172

110: Apparently still 9V- registered, this Cessna 712 is painted in an imaginative scheme!

123 SIAI-Marchetti SF260MS.
Msn: 128.
Ex I-SIND.

123 SF260

123 SF260MS:  There’s quite a few aircraft on poles here, this is one of them.

200/F-GTCE – Sud Aviation Alouette III.
Msn: 1271.
Ex 1271 French Army, F-GJCX ntu.

210 – Aerospatiale AS.550A2 Fennec.
Msn: probably 2302.
This helicopter was originally destined for Peru.

210 AS550A2

210 AS550A2 Fennec: Behind it is 264 which is one of two Hueys at the museum.

258 – Bell UH-1B Iroquios.
Msn: 251
Ex 60-3605 USAF.

264 – Bell UH-1B Iroquios.
Msn: unknown.

301 – BAC Strikemaster Mk.84.
Msn: EEP/JP/1921
Ex G-27-130.

364 – Lockheed T-33A Shooting Star.
Msn: 580-6288
Ex 51-6956 USAF, 19656 French Air Force, F-BJDT.

384 – SIAI-Marchetti S.211.
Msn: 008.

384 SIAI-Marchetti S.211

384 SF211: More pole action.

501 – Hawker Hunter FGA.74A.
Msn: 41H/680061.
Ex G-9-300, XG260 Royal Air Force.

501 Hawker Hunter FGA.74A

501 – Hunter FGA.74A: Now then, a real aeroplane at last.

513 – I.A.I. Scout.
Msn: unknown.

527 – Hawker Hunter FR.748.
Msn: unknown.
Ex G-9-364, XF458 Royal Air Force.

607 – Douglas A-4S Skyhawk.
Msn: 12259.
Ex 145013 United States Navy.

651 – Douglas TA-4S Skyhawk (nose section only).
Msn: 12293.
Ex 145047 United Sates Navy.

900 – Douglas TA-4SU Skyhawk.
Msn: 12506.
Ex 147742 United States Navy.

900 Douglas TA-4SU Skyhawk

900 – Douglas TA4-SU Skyhawk: Has anyone read Flight of the Intruder?

929 – Douglas A-4SU Skyhawk.
Msn: 12319.
Ex 145073 United States Navy.

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