Armed Forces Day: June 5

The Commonwealth Air Training Plan Museum at McGill Field, Brandon Airport will be recognizing Armed Forces Day on Sunday, 5 June between 10:00 am and 4:00 pm.  The public is invited to participate in this family friendly event.  The Royal Canadian Air Force is expected to send up to four aircraft, a C-130 Hercules, CT-142Continue reading “Armed Forces Day: June 5”

Museum Open House

Press Release May 10, 2022 For Immediate Release Commonwealth Air Training Plan Museum, Brandon Brandon Municipal Airport,  HWY 10 In honour of Manitoba’s 152th birthday, the Commonwealth Air Training Plan Museum, Canada’s only air museum solely dedicated to the preservation of those who trained and fought for the British Commonwealth during WWII is hosting a freeContinue reading “Museum Open House”

Calling all Teachers!

Are you a teacher – or know one? Did you know that the museum has been host to many school tours for all grade levels over the years? Well it is true. Recently a letter and a page of some curriculum connections was sent out to schools – you can download or view those documentsContinue reading “Calling all Teachers!”

Flights Available Again this Season!

As in the past, flights in several of our airworthy WWII training aircraft will be available. You can get more information by contacting the museum. Prices for flights: the Harvard is $400, the Cornell, and Tiger Moth are $280, each flight also requires a $30 museum membership. We have had to increase the prices weContinue reading “Flights Available Again this Season!”

New web site pages

This past week, thanks to some great information from our President, John, and pilot/restorer extraordinaire, Jeff, I have put up pages with information and a few photos of our UK version Tiger Moth and our newly restored Fleet Finch (which we hope to get inspected and airborne this spring/summer – so stay tuned for that!).Continue reading “New web site pages”