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The Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB) has deployed a team of investigators to the site of an air accident at the Edmonton International Airport, Alberta. The TSB will gather information and assess the occurrence.
The TSB is an independent agency that investigates marine, pipeline, railway and aviation transportation occurrences. Its sole aim is the advancement of transportation safety. It is not the function of the Board to assign fault or determine civil or criminal liability.
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Join us from 7pm to 10pm Thursday October 4th for an open discussion:
AVRO Arrow vs the Lockheed F-35
Positive or negative lets hear your opinion…admission only $5.00 and includes full access to the Alberta Aviation Museum. In addition our gift shop will be releasing the last of the AVRO Arrow 1/72 scale diecast models and our remaining, now out of print, books by Randy Whitcomb, AVRO Aircraft and Cold War Aviation which tells the Arrow story in great depth.
Today we celebrate 20 years of being on Edmonton Kingsway, 20 years of showcasing Edmonton’s aviation history on one of it’s historic thoroughfares.
Today Edmonton can proudly boast the 3rd largest aircraft collection in Canada, but back in 1992 it all started with (2) aircraft.
Seems just yesterday, but it’s not…20 years ago the Edmonton Aviation Heritage Society signed a lease with the City of Edmonton and created a home for the Alberta Aviation Museum and it’s 14 partner organizations.
Seven hundred against thousands in a struggle for the freedom of civilization. A battle raging across the sky day and night. Millions of people depending on the outcome.
The 700 Wing Air Force Association of Canada, Alberta Aviation Museum and Edmonton Aviation Heritage Society are pleased to invite Edmontonians to join usfor the Annual “Battle of Britain” Parade/Ceremony September 16th starting 10:30am at the Alberta Aviation Museum.
With the many thousands of aircraft transiting through the North to Alaska, many on to Russia, there were the inevitable accidents and mechanical failures. Often these occurred far off the path of roads, rivers and trails leaving the pilot or crew almost impossible to rescue to assist.
During the Second World War Edmonton relied on women on the work force to meet the high technology demands of supporting the aircraft of the North West Staging Route and the RCAF and BCATP training schools.