For security reasons backpacks and sportbags will not be allowed during the fly in.
All visitors will have to pass through security checks.


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The Stampe & Vertongen Museum pays tribute to the pioneers Jean Stampe and Maurice Vertongen who started their flying school and aircraft factory at Antwerp airport back in 1923.
They joined forces with Jan Olieslagers - the Antwerp Devil - to promote the airport at the Metropolis.

Individual visits
The Stampe en Vertongen Museum is open to the public on Saturday and Sunday afternoon
(2pm - 5 pm).

Entry fees

  • children (-10y) : free
  • youngsters (10-18y) : 2 eur
  • adults : 4 eur
  • seniors (+65y) : 2 eur

On certain days, individual visitors can join a guided tour. (more info)

Group Visits

Group visits are also possible on any day, evenings too, but only after reservation.
Entry fee : 3 euro/person, minimum amount 60 euro/group.
Information and reservation : Paul Soons

Photo Shoots and company events

The museum is also available for photo shoots (marriages, communion, ...) or as a location for your company event.
Information and reservation : Paul Soons



Jean Stampe & Maurice Vertongen
pictured in front of their aircraft factory
at Antwerp Airport.
Promoting the musea of Deurne


26th Antwerp Stampe Fly In
May 27th & 28th, 2017



A new book by Jean Dillen, about Jean Stampe and Maurice Vertongen will be available at the shop as from 16/10/2016



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