On Sunday, September 19th, in association with 17 Wing Winnipeg’s celebration of the Battle of Britain, the Commonwealth Air Training Plan Museum will be involved providing a flypast with our Harvard, Stinson, Tiger Moth and Cornell.
This summer we were fortunate to employ 2 summer students. Nate and Parker worked hard doing many tasks over their time here. Parker wrote a short post for the blog. We thank both our students for their hard work, enthusiasm, and dedication! Parker’s post:
“Hello, my name is Parker McKelkie and I am a summer student at the CATPM this summer and it’s been a great experience! I’ve gotten the opportunity to work independently on projects with the creative freedom to work on what I want. I personally was given the opportunity to create the anniversary video. With this I got to “play” with many fancy gadgets I wouldn’t have normally been able to use. The other benefit of working here is how friendly everyone is. From the staff to all the volunteers, the CATPM had been very open and friendly to us through my and my co-workers time here.”
As you are probably aware, we were not able to do most of the rides we had scheduled this past Saturday due to the weather. We have another ride day planned to make up some of the missed rides set for Saturday, September 4th.
Rides will only be available in the Cornell and Tiger Moth for this day. We have times still available for rides – call the museum for details and booking!
Tiger Moth: Ride times still available for 9:00am; 11 am; and 2 pm.
Cornell: Ride times available for 11 am, 12 noon; 1; and 2 pm.
Want to fly in a WWII Training Aircraft? Now is your chance!
When: On Saturday August 28th
Where: the Commonwealth Air Training Plan Museum at the Brandon Municipal Airport
Call for details and to book a flight 204-727-2444
Flights can be purchased in the Tiger Moth, Harvard and the Cornell. Flights every hour starting at 9am, last flight at 4pm, weather permitting.
Look to the skies!
The Commonwealth Air Training Plan Museum is Canada’s only air museum solely dedicated to the preservation of those who trained and fought for the British Commonwealth during WWII.
The Commonwealth Air Training Plan Museum is proud to be one of the seven Manitoba Signature Museums, a Manitoba Star Attraction and a National Historic Site.
For more information about the CATPM’s flight day, please contact:
Stephen Hayter, Executive Director
Ph: 727-2444 Fax:725-2334 Email: email@example.com
On Saturday, August 28th we will be having another flight day after the success of our last one. Flights can be purchased in one of our vintage WW II training aircraft. Book an amazing experience in the Tiger Moth, Cornell, or Harvard. Call the museum for details and to book your once in a lifetime experience! Rides will begin at 9 am and run on the hour with the last flight at 4 pm.