Explore Edmonton’s exciting aviation history from your computer, tablet or smartphone. Our revamped Alberta Aviation Museum web site makes it easy!

“We are really pleased to be rolling out this new web site,” says AAM Executive Director Jean Lauzon. “It’s part of an upgrade to the entire museum which includes the revitalization of our exhibits and other improvements to the hangar.”

“The web site is an important part of that work because it will let us to share our stories online, something the old web site didn’t allow.”

The new site also provides one-stop access to all the museum’s media feeds, including Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, and can be easily viewed on phones, tablets as well as computers.

“It’s been a lot of work,” says Communications Coordinator Steve Finkelman, who led the redesign project. “It’s been a real team effort to design and build the site, then write and edit the material.”

And that work is not over. The museum will making regular updates to the site adding more historic photos, stories and videos of our aviation pioneers.

“We hope it will be a place that our audience can visit regularly to find out about the pivotal role Blatchford Field played in the development of our city and region,” says Finkelman.

Special thanks to the staff at Tanner Young Publishing Group, including designer Adam Still and developer Chris Still for making the web site project a reality.

Check out the site and let us know what you think. We welcome comments and suggestions as we build a web site that will let your dreams take flight from any electronic device.