The sky’s the limit in the Aircraft Gallery!
Enjoy planes that flew as part of the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan during the Second World War. Imagine yourself flying in an Anson Mark I or a Harvard Mark IV. See the skeletal remains of a flying boat, the Vickers Vedette, designed and built in Canada for Canadian conditions.
- Jodel D-9
- Avro Anson Mark I
- 1946 Norseman Mark V
- Cessna 195
- 1929 Gipsy Moth Airplane
- Stinson 108-1 Airplane
- Vickers Vedette (replica)
Vintage Aircraft Restorers Hangar & Vickers Vedette Project
Inside a representation of the Moose Jaw Western Aeroplane Company hangar is where a group of hard-working volunteers from the Vintage Aircraft Restorers worked on several projects for the Museum, including building a replica of a Vickers Vedette 'flying boat'. When the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) needed an airplane...Read More