Beside running our museum, Wings is also active in the field. Literally.

We recover WWII crashed aircraft from all over Europe and beyond, we restore airframes to their former glory and dedicate memorials to the fallen but not forgotten.

If you can help us, please see our volunteering page.

Aviation Archaeology

The Wings Museum is one of only a handful of recovery teams that are actively part of a museum.

Aircraft Restoration

A unique opportunity to work on real warbirds that are true veterans of war – these engines and airframes have fought in battle and shaped the World we live in […]

Aircrew Memorials

Remembrance and Respect The Wings Museum works closely with the families of aircrew to locate lost aircraft in order for a permanent memorial to be erected on the site in […]

RAF Redhill – Surrey

Redhill Aerodrome commenced operations in 1934 to accommodate the original Redhill Flying Club. Imperial Airways started to use it as an alternate to the then London airport at Croydon. Hanger [...]