You can't miss its large glass-encased round structure when approaching the Belgrade Airport. At this aviation museum, you can see a number of military and civilian aircrafts which belonged to the Yugoslav armed forces and played a key role in decisive battles.
The collection displays more than 200 aircrafts and some types of aircraft is the world’s only remaining, such as Fiat G.50.
Constructed in 1988, the first permanent exhibition was opened to public in 1989. Since then, the museum has attracted numerous domestic and foreign visitors and become one of the most popular visited sites in Serbia