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Radio Controlled Aircraft at Historic Hangar 14
Helicopters and light planes took to the air in Hangar 14 during a recent Sunday snowstorm, testing the skills of their enthusiastic pilots.
Spring Fair Preview at Hangar 14
Today’s Hangar 14 is used for peacetime activities that are a heck of a lot of fun. Here’s a look at some of the fairs coming to the hangar this spring.
2023 Summer Flight School Camps Now Open!
The Alberta Aviation Museum is proud to be providing week-long day camps throughout this summer. Come fly with us!
Celebrating Pioneers, Perseverance, and Progress
March 11th marks the tenth anniversary of women pioneering, perseverance, and progress with the Alberta Aviation Museum’s Women of Aviation Worldwide Week Celebration Event!
Stan McMillan’s Icy Cold Northern Adventures
No radar, no radio, not even any heat. Very little instrumentation.
Those were the kinds of challenges pilots like Stan McMillan faced in the early days of northern flying.
But at least they had pigeons to keep them company.
Alberta’s Legendary George Gorman
Jeff Holubitsky interviews historian, Tony Cashman, about his uncle and famed Alberta pilot, George Gorman.