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UPDATE COVID-19: Due to the health crisis and Its impact on air transport, Antwerp Airport suspends all commercial flights. We invite passengers to contact their airline company.     UPDATE COVID-19 : Compte tenu de la situation sanitaire actuelle et de son impact sur le transport aérien, plus aucun vol commercial n'est opéré depuis l'aéroport d'Anvers. Nous invitons les passagers à prendre contact avec leur compagnie aérienne.     UPDATE COVID-19: Due to the health crisis and Its impact on air transport, Antwerp Airport suspends all commercial flights. We invite passengers to contact their airline company.     UPDATE COVID-19 : Compte tenu de la situation sanitaire actuelle et de son impact sur le transport aérien, plus aucun vol commercial n'est opéré depuis l'aéroport d'Anvers. Nous invitons les passagers à prendre contact avec leur compagnie aérienne.

The Stampe & Vertongen Museum, which was inaugurated on 26 May 2001, pays tribute to the Antwerp aviation pioneers Jean Stampe (1889-1978) and Maurice Vertongen. Together, they started a flying school at the airport of Deurne. Later on, a factory was added, where the legendary SV4 aircrafts were built. This SV4 aircraft, the only Belgian aeroplane that is internationally known, was not taken out of service of the Belgian Air Force until 1978.

The Stampe & Vertongen Museum preserves various specimen of the “Stampe”, in which generations of pilots had their first flying lessons. Every year in May, on the Saturday and Sunday after Ascension Day, the “Stampe Fly In” is organised, at which occasion the airport changes into a historic meeting place of original SV4 aircrafts from entire Europe.

In addition, the museum also displays a number of military aircraft from WWI. This collection consists in total of 6 unique life-size specimens of which some are fitted with an original rotary engine. In the work-shop, the restoration of a seventh aircraft, a superb Fokker DVII, can be observed.
The notorious V1 from WWII, which caused so much misery and spread panic in the city of Antwerp, is exhibited as well.

By means of photos, documents and scale models, for example, the Blériot aircraft of Jan Olieslagers, the museum also illustrates the history of Antwerp Airport. More information at www.stampe.be.

Stampe & Vertongen Museum opening hours

Saturdays and Sundays from 2 to 5 p.m. The museum also allows group visits throughout the year. If you wish to visit with a group, please contact Paul Soons
Telephone +32 (0)474-877.
e-mail paul.soons@telenet.be.

The museum is easily accessible to disabled visitors except for the little balconies. No dogs allowed.

Entrance fees

Adults: € 4,00
65 +: € 2.00
Children +10: € 2.00
Children -10: free