The devices in exhibition at the Museum
De Havilland DH-100 'Vampire'
De Havilland DH-115 'Vampire-Trainer'
De Havilland DH-112 'Venom'
Hawker Hunter Mk.58 'Hunter'
Hawker Hunter Trainer TMk.68 'Hunter-Trainer'
Dassault Mirage III-S 'MIRO'
Dassault Mirage III-RS 'AMIR'
Sud-Aviation SE 3130 'Alouette II'
Sud-Aviation SE 3160 'Alouette III'
Dassault Mirage III-DS 'EMIR'
Other attractions of the Museum
Flight simulator Mirage III
Other simulators
Projection room
Other films
Area Nicollier
... and more
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De Havilland DH-100 'Vampire'
The plane J-1157 exhibited at the Museum completed 1'804 flying hours.

The J-1157 was constructed under licence in Emmen and flew for the first time on 14th May 1952. Bought to the Air Force by Alain Girardet, it was exhibited during several years in the industrial area in Aigle.
Given to the Fifth Squadron in 1998, it was transported to Payerne, then to Arnex-sur-Orbe where it was restored and inaugurated on 24th June 2000.

It was brought back to Payerne in October 2002 and was given to the Foundation.

  Technical information - DH-100 'Vampire'

Affiliated:from 1949 to 1990
Mission:fighting, ground attack, then training
Engine:Goblin 3
Maximum thrust:1'588 kp
Maximum weight at take-off:5'850 kg
Maximum speed:820 km/h at sea level
Ceiling altitude:10'000 m/sea
Flight radius:600 km