2017.11.13

It's a follow-up of the autumn talks with Forsvarsmuseet recently been a new meeting of the Heinkel He 115 The Steering Committee. The topic was again how the work on the plane to be continued. The big question remains the extent of work to be done to prevent future corrosion. To both could take care of most of the aircraft's originality, while offering a secure aircraft such longevity as possible, will require many difficult, but necessary trade-offs. It was concluded that we want to continue working on these issues in cooperation with external experts.

That was also decided that we throughout the winter to gain access to a more suitable room in the exhibition so that we can make an overall presentation of the parts of the aircraft that are ready for exhibition.

The meeting further confirmed that efforts to rebuild the nose and cockpit section can start.

Out in the Heinkel hall we work continued with the comprehensive job it is to sort and organize a whole lot, and large small parts. These are parts that we now have not been placed in the right place in the storage rack.

Down below it pasted images of the instrument panel has been mounted behind the radio operator cockpit. The panel has been provided with a mixture of navigation and aircraft instruments. The plane had equipment radiooperator cockpit so that could control the aircraft from its position.

Instrument panel of telegraphist cokcpit

 

The instrument panel 4. June 2012 before it was removed from the radio operator cockpit.

The instrument panel 4. June 2012 before it was removed from the radio operator cockpit.

The same dashboard 4. June 2012, the day after the plane was raised.

Height and speed gauges have been installed under the same instrument panel

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