The Cessna 150-project
Cessna 150 – a new project for our workshops.
In the summer of 1999 the museum received a Cessna 150, a gift
from Mr. Roy Rønning in Sandnessjøen. The airplane was damaged
in a storm some
years ago, and it was then rendered impossible restoring it to flying
We’ll bring the airplane up to museum standards, and then allow
visitors to climb into it and get a real hands-on experience. We’re
also going to open up special parts of the airplane in
order to let our visitors take a look inside. Of special interest are
the engine installation and the cockpit area.
We’re lacking a few components for the engine installation: one flap
and the propeller, which we’re now searching for. We’ve also
started on some sheet metal repairs on the ailerons and the
If we’re able to obtain the missing parts, we plan to have the
airplane ready for exhibition late this year.