Aircraft collection & Restoration Area

Aircraft Collection

The Alberta Aviation Museum has over 85,000 square feet to explore!

Waco UIC Exhibit. Aircraft Identification Number: CF-AAW

Waco UIC

The American-made Waco (pronounced Wah!-koh) Standard Cabin Series biplanes were popular as private, corporate and charter operators. The museum’s Waco UIC was originally owned by

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Noorduyn Norseman exhibit. Aircraft Identification Number: CF-EIH

Noorduyn Norseman IV

The Noorduyn Norseman was a bush plane that was designed specifically for the Canadian North. It was economical to operate, had good range, used proven

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Yukon Queen Barkley-Grow T8P-1 exhibit. Aircraft Identification Number: CF-BLV

Barkley-Grow T8P-1

The Barkley-Grow company manufactured this airplane to compete with the Beech 18 and the Lockheed 10 Electra. Canadian Car and Foundry of Montreal bought licensing

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Bell 47G helicopter exhibit

Bell 47G

In 1946, the Bell Aircraft Corporation became the first company in the western world to receive a license for civilian use of helicopters. Its highly

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Canadair Sabre Mk I exhibit. Aircraft Identification Number: PX-101

Canadair Sabre Mk 1

In 1948 the Canadian government chose the popular North American F-86 to replace its first jet fighter, the deHavilland Vampire. Canadair Ltd. was chosen to

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