Eagle soars

For the Hangar 10 collection in Germany, the long-awaited return to flight of its FW 190 project is a major milestone — and the latest of its restorations to incorporate new technology in the name of safety and sustainable operation

Klaus Plasa flying Hangar 10’s FW 190 D-FWAA over the Baltic Sea near Heringsdorf, showing well the fighter’s JG 1 markings, including the characteristic black-and-white cowling.

For any collection focused on German Second World War aircraft, a Focke-Wulf Fw 190 is essential. Hangar 10, based at Heringsdorf airfield on the northGerman island of Usedom, already had an impressive fleet of wartime Luftwaffe types. It has now been enhanced witha representative of this outstanding fighter.

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