To honour the pilots who served with gallantry and distinction during the Great War of 1914 – 1918.
It’s been another productive winter in our hangar, preparing for the 2018 flying season.
Further advances have been made on the Fokker D.VII rebuild, with hopes to start test flying this summer. It is covered with printed lozenge fabric, and has been marked to represent Jasta 63’s Richard Kraut. Details of the rebuild can be found here.
The Museum will be open 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 pm. Saturday, Sunday and statutory holidays from the Victoria Day long weekend in May through mid September.
Online donations to The Great War Flying Museum are now being accepted. Please visit our on-line donation page .
|Admission is by donation|
Some or all of our aircraft may not be present on those days that we are in attendance at airshows (see events).
Please check our events page for a listing of appearances for the aircraft. This list will change as as events are confirmed through the winter and into the spring.