Macau Daily Times
Date: February 15, 2016

Taiwan’s newly completed Aviation Education Exhibition Center will not permit

(Photo: Greg Baker/AFP via Getty Images)

(Photo: Greg Baker/AFP via Getty Images)

entry by PRC nationals (including those from Macau and Hong Kong) due to security concerns, say center authorities, because it is located inside Taiwan’s Air Force Academy, which is part of the Gangshan Air Base.

The exhibition center features a UFO-shaped exterior that is intended to represent an advanced high-tech aircraft. It will display a total of 36 decommissioned planes from the Air Force, Navy and Army, 19 of which will be suspended from the ceiling. The center is the first museum in Taiwan to exhibit historical aircraft in such a manner.

Among those that are planned to hang from the ceiling are an AT-6 fighter trainer, an F-84G fighter, a U-3A liaison aircraft and other planes from the period between 1945 and 1967 when Republic of China forces were fighting communist forces on the mainland.     [FULL  STORY]

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