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Our New Home

At the end of March 2018 APSS left the National Museum of Flight for the last time. Our new home is an 8000 square foot building at Congalton Gardens. After 44 years at the Museum it was a sad day but equally an exciting day as we were now in complete control of our destiny.

We have also changed our charity status to become Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation - SCIO.

APSS seeks new home

During November we learned that we will need to seek larger premises off the museum site in order to complete the Strutter. Apparently we no longer fit in with the museums plans. This will also mean that the rest of APSS will also move. More information will be published once things become a bit clearer but here are some recent  articles covering our new challenge.

Aeroplane March 2017

The Times Monday, 12th December 2016

The Edinburgh Evening News Tuesday 13th December 2016

Strutter Photo Gallery

The Strutter was once again assembled in hangar 4 in August 2013. A gallery of images from this activity has been added. This will open in a new window.

A gallery of images of the recent (June 2012) Strutter assembly in Hanger 4 has been added to the site.

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The APSS is a registered charity in Scotland, charity No. SC048150
A member of Aviation Heritage UK