Flyhistorisk Museum, Sola (Sola Aviation Museum) is an aviation museum located in Sola, near Stavanger, Norway. The museum was founded in 1984, and is run by local volunteers on an unpaid basis. The museum is currently housed in an old aircraft hangar at the former military seaplane base at Stavanger Airport, built by the Germans during World War II. In the hangar, the museum houses the display, as well as a small café (the former bar for one of the fighter squadrons stationed at the airport), in addition to a workshop, where currently a Messerschmitt Bf 109, an Arado Ar 96, a Caproni Ca.310 bomber, and parts of a PBY Catalina is under restoration. The collection of the museum is mainly centered on local history, with remains from several aircraft being on display, as well as smaller displays featuring various Norwegian airlines, such as the now defunct Fjellfly and Braathens S.A.F.E (now merged into SAS). In terms of military history, the museum mainly focus on the Royal Norwegian Airforce, as well as the German Luftwaffe as per World War II. The museum currently houses one jet fighter of every type used by the RNoAF, as well as a number of trainers, in addition to what is probably the only remaining, or at least most complete Arado Ar 96, as well as the airframe of an Arado Ar 196 stationed on the German cruiser Blücher when she was sunk in the Oslofjord in April 1940.

List of civilian aircraft on display
Fokker F.27 Friendship, in the colors of Norwegian Air Shuttle Convair CV-440 Metropolitan, in the colors of Norsk Metropolitan Klubb Noorduyn Norseman, in the colors of Fjellfly Antonov An-2, on display outdoors, formerly used by the local parachuteclub De Havilland DH-114 Heron, in the colors of Braathens S.A.F.E Aero Grand Commander, formerly used by the Norwegian Environmental Protection Agency (Statens Forurensingstilsyn) Bell 47, in the colors of Helikopter Service (now part of CHC Norway)

Former Royal Norwegian Airforce aircraft
North American F-86F, and F-86K Republic F-84G and RF-84F Lockheed T-33A Bell UH-1B De Havilland DH-100 Vampire (in Swiss colors) Saab Safir Northrop F-5A Canadair CF-104 Fieseler Fi 156 Storch (in World War II Luftwaffe colors)