BOARDINGS

The immediate boardings are free themed activities that last approximately 15 to 20 minutes. They are planned all year round, especially on Wednesdays, weekends and during school holidays.

The themes tackled are chosen according to the events, they can relate to scientific aspects, planes of the collection, more literary notions related to aeronautics and can target the general public but also more specifically the young public.

The program is available here

On board the A400M!

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How does a reactor work?

A300B, the modern airliner!

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"The fast, the sure, the gentle Caravelle"

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FOCUS on the crossing of the Mediterranean

"A" for Planes and Anecdotes

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Super Guppy, an extraordinary plane!

Discovering Fouga Magister

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Focus on the evolution of cockpits

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Cabin fittings: a story of class!

Women of the air, between challenges and records

Military aviation, a story of women!

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ZOOM on the Channel crossing

FOCUS on the crossing of the Mediterranean

Discovering the Lark

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Aeronautical materials to the touch

The sound barrier

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Discovering the MiG15

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The Concorde flight

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The museum's mediation team offers thematic, fun, surprising thematic meetings in the aeronautical world. During your visit, let yourself be surprised by these short stops to get a closer look at the museum's “star” planes, board the A400M, understand how a reactor works or even discover some crisp aero anecdotes!