Welcome to the Canadian Museum of Flight

Vimy Ridge
The Museum will be holding a Vimy celebration featuring the unveiling of "Victory at Vimy Ridge"
by Doby Dobrostanski. 
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And away we go!!!

What a difference one hundred years makes! The Museum's diminutive SE5A is disgorged from
the belly of the massive RCAF C-17 transport aircraft after its flight from Comox, BC to Lille, France.


Next stop, Vimy.   How to move an Air Force!!!



The Museum has build two replica Sopwith Pups for the celebrations in France in April, 2017 - 100 years after the battle at Vimy Ridge.  The first Pup took flight on 12 January, 2017.

The first Pup is airborne with the Coast Mountains as a backdrop.
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Around the Museum

While the building of two Sopwith Pup replicas is taking front stage at the Museum, other volunteers are quietly continuing with other essential work.  

Do you have aircraft maintenance or other technical skills? We would love to hear from you. See;



The Canadian Museum of Flight is one of the few places in the world to see a reconstruction of a WW2 Handley Page Hampden light bomber. One of these rare aircraft is being restored at the Royal Air Force Museum at Cosford, UK. See a link on our website at;
Have you checked out our Aviation History section? There are details of the people and the aircraft that made history in BC. See;
This WW2 photo shows Langley personality, Art Seller, with his Hawker Typhoon.

 The Canadian Museum of Flight is open Monday to Saturday, from 10am to 4pm.

Partial funding of displays at the Museum provided by the Township of Langley through their Community Grants program.


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