Author Archives: Communications

06 Feb
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Major upgrade to our equipment

The Alberta Aviation Museum is all about vintage flying machines, but to keep our operations running smoothly, we needed to modernize our fleet of aging trucks, snow plows and other heavy equipment. Equipped with a bucket, sander, broom and snowblower, ...

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06 Feb
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Lecture: Back to the future: Airships then and now.

Part of the Alberta Aviation Museum lecture series. Speaker Neil Taylor, Alberta Aviation Musuem Historian, will talk about the history of airship development through the early experimental years, conflict in the First World War, the golden age of airships between ...

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17 Feb
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Women of Aviation Worldwide Week Celebration March 11

    Activities, lectures and displays recognizing the past and current contributions of women in aviation created to engage and inspire the next generation of women aviators.

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14 Jan
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January/February issue of “In Formation”

The latest edition of the AAM historical journal is now available. Read the following stories: Blatchford Field: The Emergence of Aviation as a National Fact During the 1920s Maurice “Moss” Burbidge: Teaching Edmontonians to Fly Remembering the Arrow Air Crash ...

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02 Feb
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Our new fire truck

Everyone loves fire trucks and the museum now has a very special one. It’s a Sicard Pyrene airport crash truck that was based at CFB Namao during the mid-1960s. The truck was donated by Doug MacKenzie, of High River, Alberta. ...

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