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Mad Trapper Aerial Manhunt Marks 90th Anniversary
This February marks the 90th anniversary of one of the greatest stories of heroism, survival and aviation in the history of the Canadian north.
Wop May Story Takes Flight in Exciting Documentary
‘Wop’ May’s extraordinary life is certainly worthy of a Hollywood film. But until that happens, a collection of Edmonton filmmakers have produced the next best thing…
Embark on Aviation Adventure with Museum PD Day Camps
High Flying Adventure continues with the Alberta Aviation Museum’s popular PD Day Camps for kids aged 6-12.
Progress Continues On Decade Long P-39 Joint Restoration Project
The Covid 19 pandemic may have temporarily grounded restoration work on the two rare Bell Aircraft P39 Airacobra Second World War fighter planes at the Alberta Aviation Museum, but the virus couldn’t kill the enthusiasm of the ground crew of talented volunteers who show up twice a week to breathe new life into the old machines.
Aviation Museum’s Library is Open to All via the Internet
Tucked away behind the aircraft and display cases at the Alberta Aviation Museum sits a library. But you won’t find today’s bestsellers or the latest John Grisham on its shelves.
Open Cockpit Day Sees Book Launch at the Museum
Our wonderful museum is now showcased in a new book! Entitled Alberta Aviation Museum: 30 Years of Progress, the book was launched on September 25 at our annual Open Cockpit Day.