The A.F Museum maintains privileged links with several partners whose sites can be visited by clicking on the links below:
The association created in 1948 aims to bring together staff from the Air France group in order to maintain and develop fellowship and mutual assistance, and to preserve solid friendship links between the different generations as well as between current and former staff in all countries where Air France was present.
The association publishes a quarterly newsletter.
The Air Inter Ex Staff Association includes working and retired staff from the former Air Inter Company.
It organises meetings, visits and sightseeing trips.
The UTA Social Club brings together working and retired staff from the former UTA Company.
It organises meetings, visits, and sightseeing trips. It also manages, in partnership with the Air France Museum, a photographic,documentary and artefacts collection.
This collection originate from private donations and also includes heritage a picture library around UTA, TAI and UAT entrusted by the Air France Museum.
AIR FRANCE PENSIONERS ASSOCIATION (ARAF)
Created in 1951, to allow Air France staff to be represented on the board of directors of their pension fund. It provides a link between the pensioners and the early retirees and represent them on national bodies.
It also organizes a mutual aid fund, information meetings, visits, trips and publishes a magazine "Présence".
As a supplement to the site Air France Museum website, discover the company's historic and cultural heritage on its historical site: Air France la saga
designed in partnership with the Air France Museum.
The Air and Space Museum is one of the oldest air museums in the world. It was created in 1919 and held a particularly rich collection of original aircraft, witnesses of the beginnings of the " heavier than the air " machines and of WWI.
This collection is regularly added to thanks to the Old Wings association, which restores aircraft then offer them to the Le Bourget Air and Space Museum.
The collection is spread through several halls, each with a specific aeronautic theme from the history of aviation in France.
The Friends of the Air and Space Museum's website is: http://aama.museeairespace.fr
ANGERS REGIONAL AIR MUSEUM
This museum has one of the most important collections of planes, second only to the Air and Space Museum and it brings together civil aviation archives used by many researchers.
FRANCE FLYING CLUB
Air France gave a Concorde to the Sinsheim Museum. It is shown together with a 144 Tupolev.
SAFRAN MUSEUM (SNECMA)
This museum located in Melun Villaroche, presents numerous engines and reactors and the Olympus 593 of Concorde.
POST OFFICE MUSEUM
SAINT EXUPERY FOUNDATION
Air France gave a Concorde to the Smithsonian Museum in Washington
The France DC3 association flies the F-AZTE.
THE "POSTALE DE NUIT"
An enthusiat, Henri Eisenbeis, has gathered many documents on the Postal service's history.
He has contributed to the section: http://postale.free.fr/aeropostale.htm
AIR MEMORIAL CREUSOIS ASSOCIATION : www.airmemorialcreusois.fr
Created in 2008, this association's aim is to put together and run an aeronautic museum (no flying) as a memorial and tribute to the aviators from the Creuse region since the beginnings of aviation and taking into account civilian as well as military personnel.
AEROSPATIALE MATRA, EADS HERITAGE ASSOCIATION
Focuses on the Aerospatiale and Matra companies' historical heritage which, after their merger, constitute since July 2000, the French component of EADS.
Please consult their website www.airitage.net, and join them if you are passionate about aeronautic, defence, and space.
A short history of Air France with texts and videos.
Takes you through the company's history and cultural heritage.
Air France e-shopping.