Principal aims of EALC
- To contribute to preserving the french military aircraft heritage : restore any kind of airplane or helicopter which flew within the french military forces (air force, navy, army)
- To exhibit in an interesting manner, those exciting aircrafts
- To provide to members and visitors facts and information
EALC is organized around 7 different areas :
- Clement Ader: Aircraft display : more than 20 airplanes and helicopters, in whereof some unique, restored “as was” , or under refurbishment or to come (see “Nos Espaces / Exposition d'aéronefs” page)
- Louis Seguin : Engine display : a few sets of piston engines and turbine engines (see “Nos Espaces / Exposition de propulseurs” page)
- Henri Farman : Restoration workshop with tools & equipments (see “Nos Espaces / Restauration d'aéronefs” page)
- Jean Mermoz : Information workshop which gathers a comprehensive library of pictures, photos and detailed information about airplanes (see “Nos Espaces / Information Culture” page)
- Marcel Dassault : Air and space technologies display (see “Nos Espaces / Exposition technologique commentée” page)
- Capitaine Jean Robert : Lyon Mont-Verdun airforce base’s showcase (see “Nos Espaces / Base aerienne 942” page)
- Capitaine Ferber : Model kits display (see “Nos Espaces / Exposition de maquettes” page)
EALC is an independent association who has strong and close relationships with the French Forces and French manufacturers such as Safran or Dassault.
Visit us / Contact
EALC is located on a former french ALAT force base, at the Corbas airfield, nearby Lyon (France).
Feel free to contact us for any further information