Author Archives: Communications

18 Oct
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Remember the Jaycopter?

Story by Bob Petite. How many Albertans remember the Jaycopter that used to be on display near the Municipal Airport on Kingsway Avenue in Edmonton during the 1960s and early 1970s? Edmontonian Peter Jacobs came up with the unique design ...

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04 Oct
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Rod Macleod, 14 years of dedication to Alberta aviation history

He has never turned a wrench or installed a single aircraft rivet. But for the past 14 years Rod Macleod has played a pivotal role in turning the Alberta Aviation Museum into a first-class facility telling Edmonton’s amazing flying history. ...

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25 Sep
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Summer snow completes bush flying exhibit

Late summer snow is all too common in Edmonton as the past two weeks can attest. But it took more than the force of nature to produce a few centimetres of the ‘white stuff’ under two iconic bush planes at ...

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19 Sep
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Image Gallery: Open Cockpit Day 2018

Open Cockpit Day was such great fun for so many people, we wanted to share some of the hundreds of photos we took at the event. You can see by the pictures, our visitors, especially the children, enjoyed getting to ...

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18 Sep
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Video: Open Cockpit Day 2018

Our fourth annual Open Cockpit Day was a huge success. More than 1,300 people visited the museum. We had 11 aircraft open to the public, and three simulators. The Noorduyn Norseman, the Fleet Canuck and the Bell 47 helicopter were ...

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