The aviation museum in Belgrade is the place I always wanted to go. In the third year of high school, I took part in the pilot's physical examination, vision, and swivel chair for the pilots who have always had the dream. When I finally got rid of the inspection, the interview People said that I have goose bumps to knock me out, and that is the Harbin in winter. Although I am in the indoor physical examination, I still freeze the goosebumps, and I am stripped off to let the men check you, so I can't afford goose bumps. Although I was eliminated, my pilots dream has never been forgotten. I have been trying to save money and want to take a private flight license.
This aviation museum is located not far from Belgrade Airport, so you can see the plane's ups and downs, and the various planes scattered on the ground, that feels great.
In Belgrade, the capital of Serbia, there is a small but very special museum, the Yugoslav Aviation Museum. The
museum is right next to the Belgrade airport and there are no tickets to visit. In addition to a UFO-shaped building, the museum houses more than 200 aircraft. Large and small aircraft of different sizes are parked on the lawn. Some of the aircrafts are the only ones in the world, such as the Fiat G.50 Arrow Fighter. .
The most powerful collection of this museum is the US and NATO planes that were shot down during World War I.
There are hardly any other visitors here, running freely between different planes, feeling super cool, because these planes are full of history.