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The AlbertaAviationMuseum’s Starfighter scheduled to arrive at the end of March! Over (1) year ago the AlbertaAviationMuseum held a fund raising drive to acquire an F-104 Starfighter for the Museum collection. After (7) years of searching the AlbertaAviationMuseum had found a dual seat Starfighter in Holland that was within financial reach. Complete and suitable not only for display but educational use and cockpit tours. Thanks to Edmontonians, fellow Canadians and particularly the family of “Don…
The Greenwood Military Aviation Museum (GMAM) has a new addition to its AirPark, an Avro Anson 7135 MkII. This aircraft is of special significance as it is one of 340 such aircraft manufactured locally in Amherst, Nova Scotia by the Canadian Car and Foundry Company as part of Canada’s contribution to the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan (BCATP).
The now "temporarily virtual" Canadian Air and Space Museum is pleased to announce the launch of its first fundraising campaign to preserve its priceless collection of tens of thousands of displays, artifacts, archives and aircraft from decades of Canadian military history.
November is a month of great contrasts, a time of preparation for the Holiday season with friends and family as well as a time to Remember all the brave Canadians we have lost in the many conflicts around the world over the last century.
The Alberta Aviation Museum has just returned from the 2012 Canadian Aeronautical Preservation Association conference, held this year at the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum in Hamilton Ontario. At this three day conference representing Aviation Museums from across Canada the Alberta Aviation Museum was chosen by it’s peers to receive the C.A.P.A National Award for an Outstanding Outreach Program.
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…
55 years ago October 4th AVRO Canada rolled out the most advanced fighter of the generation. The brilliant white aircraft (Arrow #201) launched Canadian to the top of the aerospace world with it’s advanced technology, materials use and the promise of a generational leap in aircraft performance.
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.