Bristol Bolingbroke Mk IV (1942)

Built by Fairchild-Canada, the Bristol Bolingbroke was a maritime patrol aircraft used by the Royal Canadian Air Force during the second wold war. It was a variant of the Bristol Blenheim Mk IV.

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Blériot XI Scarabée (1909)

Project completed on August 29, 2014

The Blériot XI was designed and built by Louis Blériot of France in 1909. In this aircraft, Blériot became the first man to successfully fly across the English Channel. Continue reading...

Curtiss-Reid Rambler (1928)

Project completed on October 11, 2017

This aircraft first flew at Cartierville (Montreal) on September 23rd 1928 piloted by Martin Berlyn and was named the Reid Rambler at a demonstration ceremony later on September 29th. Continue reading...

Discover the Montreal Aviation Museum

a view of the museum form outside

Founded in 1998 by Godfrey Pasmore as the Canadian Aviation Heritage Centre (CAHC), The Montreal Aviation Museum (MAM) is a community oriented, non-profit organization. It is the only one of its kind in Quebec combining civil and military aircraft, artifacts and memorabilia, and has the full support of many established cultural and educational organizations, including the Canada Aviation and Space Museum and McGill University. Read More...

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