The air museum is opening in Sydney on Tuesday, April 1st.
The museum will open at the National Museum of the Flying Art, with exhibitions ranging from aviation to fashion.
Here’s what you need to know.1.
The air museums in Sydney and Melbourne will be the first of their kind.
The Australian Air Museum was established in 1927 to explore and teach about air travel and aviation, and is Australia’s oldest aviation museum.
It’s a major hub for Australian aviation enthusiasts and will be open to the public from 7am to 8pm daily.2.
The exhibition will focus on the role of the airlines and the industry in the Australian economy.
The Australian Aviation Museum is also the world’s largest aviation museum, with an exhibition dedicated to the aviation industry and its role in the economy.
The exhibition will include a selection of aircraft and aircraft related subjects.3.
The exhibit will also look at how aviation is changing the way people live, work and play in Australia.
The museum will include exhibitions on climate change, the environment and health.4.
There will be an exhibition on air travel in Australia’s future.
The air museum will also have a section on aviation and aviation-related topics in the United States.
It is expected that visitors to the Australian Air museum will be able to learn about the current and future of aviation in Australia and around the world.5.
The display will include the largest collection of aircraft on display anywhere in the world, with around 30,000 aircraft, and more than 80 aircraft-related objects, including flying machines, aircraft parts, instruments, and engines.6.
It will be home to an Australian Aviation Heritage Project that includes a collection of the oldest aviation memorabilia in the country.7.
The Australia Institute of Aviation will be offering tours to air travellers on a range of topics, including aviation history, aviation heritage, aircraft conservation and conservation, aviation history and conservation.8.
A full range of aviation and technology-related exhibitions will be offered at the museum.
The Australia Institute will also host a range at the Sydney airport including an exhibition in aviation and its impact on Australia, an exhibition of aircraft history, a programme exploring the history of the aviation sector and a range on aviation technology.9.
The Sydney Airport Authority will be launching a range in the early part of the year showcasing the history and culture of Sydney’s airport.10.
A new exhibition about the future of Australia’s aviation industry will also open.
The NSW Museum of Aviation and the Australian Aviation History Museum will also be opening in early 2016.