Hangar 14 Update: March 1st, 2024


The Alberta Aviation Museum is poised to take a significant step forward. The museum has submitted a Letter of Intent to the City of Edmonton, expressing its intention to request the transfer of ownership of Hangar 14. This marks a pivotal moment in the museum’s journey.

As a historic structure, Hangar 14 holds immense potential for the Alberta Aviation Museum. This strategic move signals the museum’s commitment to preserving and celebrating Alberta’s rich aviation heritage while continuing to provide an enhanced experience for visitors and aviation enthusiasts alike.

The submission of the Letter of Intent underscores the museum’s proactive approach in securing a space that will serve as a cornerstone for its future endeavors for years to come. By acquiring Hangar 14, the Alberta Aviation Museum aims to expand within its footprint, offering more immersive exhibits, engaging educational programs, and community events celebrating the legacy of flight in Alberta.

This development comes at a time when the Alberta Aviation Museum continues to captivate audiences with its diverse collection of aircraft, artifacts, and stories that highlight the province’s contributions to aviation history. From vintage planes to interactive displays, the museum has long been a hub for learning, exploration, and inspiration for future generations of aviators and enthusiasts.

As developing plans unfold and discussions with the City of Edmonton progress, the Alberta Aviation Museum looks forward to leveraging the potential of Hangar 14 to elevate its offerings and further its mission of preserving, promoting, and celebrating Edmonton and Alberta’s aviation heritage.

Stay tuned for more updates as the Alberta Aviation Museum embarks on this exciting new chapter in its storied history.

Thank you for your continued support.

Executive Director

Jean Lauzon




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