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For more than 80 years Edmonton’s Blatchford Field was the centre of a bustling aviation community that spurred the growth of the city, the region and the North. Hundreds of men and women let their dreams take flight from this historic airfield, flying everything from biplanes to bush planes, bombers to jets.

The Alberta Aviation Museum is committed to keeping that aviation heritage alive by sharing their stories, offering educational programs and producing online content.

Note: New hours starting November 1. CLOSED Mondays (except holiday Mondays,) Tuesday to Friday 10am to 4pm, Saturday & Sunday 10am to 5pm



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Museum staff map decades-old crash site

Forty-five years after a Pacific Western Airlines cargo jet crashed on approach to Edmonton’s International Airport, pieces of the Boeing 707 are still scattered among the trees in a wooded area of ...

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