In 1982, George T. Richardson, of James A. Richardson & Sons Limited, helped purchase a huge, three-engine, Junkers airplane from a museum in Florida. It was retrofitted by Bristol Aerospace Ltd. into the original single-engine configuration of historic CF-ARM, the flagship aircraft of Canadian Airways Limited, known as “The Flying Boxcar.”


Four young child pose for the camera from the cockpit of a small plane

Highlights from our first Open Cockpit Day of 2024

Our first Open Cockpit Day of the year was a ton of fun! Visitors had access to our CL-84 Dynavert and our Mini 500 helicopter, recently donated to the museum by Derek Wrigley of Kleefeld, Manitoba. We were also lucky …

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Check out the winners of our photo contest!

We held our second photo contest last month and received a lot of amazing submissions. It was tough to choose the winners, so we’ve also awarded several Honourable Mentions. WINNER: Category 1 – A Tribute to the RCAF WINNER I: …

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