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1998


In 1998, Fokker Super Universal CF-AAM, which had been rebuilt to flying condition, took a six-year, criss-cross tour of North American air shows before coming home to its final resting stop at the museum’s hangar doors. AAM is the only flying Fokker Super Universal aircraft left in the world.

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35 years ago, the Mynarski Memorial Lancaster, owned and operated by the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum (CWHM), made its first visit to the Royal Aviation Museum of Western Canada (RAMWC), then called the Western Canada Aviation Museum. During its one-day …

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