In the district Malmslätt on the outskirts of Linköping, Sweden, you find Flygvapenmuseum (Air Force Museum), a museum of cultural history where you can see a variety of objects from the Swedish military aviation history. The museum re-opened June 12, 2010 after having undergone an extensive renovation and expansion and now among other things includes a 5100 m² exhibition hall with a stylish and high gloss HTC Superfloor™. It is also this floor that is the reason for our visit to Flygvapenmuseum.
At Flygvapenmuseum, one of the things you can see is the DC-3, which in 1952 under mysterious circumstances was shot down over the Baltic Sea. The DC-3 exhibition is also the reason for the major renovation but the museum also offers several other interesting exhibits. Visitors can also learn the principles of aero-dynamics, try to be a pilot for a day in the museum’s flight simulator and much more. But as mentioned, our interest was focused primarily on the exhibition hall with the new concrete floor.
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