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- Daily Activitiescasmhttp://casmuseum.techno-science.ca/en/whats-on/daily-activities.phpGet the most from your visit to the Museum with daily tours, demonstrations, and activities.
- Taylorcraft BC-65casmhttp://casmuseum.techno-science.ca/en/collection-research/artifact-taylorcraft-bc-65.phpA single-engine, two-seater, private aircraft manufactured in the U.S. by Taylorcraft Aviation between 1938 and 1941
- Travel Air 2000casmhttp://casmuseum.techno-science.ca/en/collection-research/artifact-travel-air-2000.phpA three-seater, open-cockpit, general-purpose biplane built by the Travel Air Manufacturing Company of Wichita, Kansas from 1927 to 1930
- Airspeed Consulcasmhttp://casmuseum.techno-science.ca/en/collection-research/artifact-airspeed-consul.phpA U.K. five- or six-seater, light twin-engine airliner converted from a wartime Oxford trainer by Airspeed Limited and produced from 1937 to 1945
- Messerschmitt Bf 109F-4casmhttp://casmuseum.techno-science.ca/en/collection-research/artifact-messerschmitt-bf-109f-4.phpA German single-engine fighter designed by Willy Messerschmitt; more than 33,000 produced in Germany and elsewhere from 1935 to 1956
- De Havilland D.H.100 Vampire Icasmhttp://casmuseum.techno-science.ca/en/collection-research/artifact-de-havilland-vampire-I.phpA sleek, fast, agile and reliable U.K.-designed jet fighter: one of de Havilland's most successful designs
- De Havilland D.H.100 Vampire 3casmhttp://casmuseum.techno-science.ca/en/collection-research/artifact-de-havilland-vampire-3.phpA sleek, fast, agile and reliable U.K.-designed jet fighter: one of de Havilland's most successful designs
- Avro 504K (G-CYFG)casmhttp://casmuseum.techno-science.ca/en/collection-research/artifact-avro-504k-cyfg.phpA two-seater biplane designed in 1913 in the U.K. by A.V. Roe and Company Limited (Avro)
- Avro 504K (G-CYCK)casmhttp://casmuseum.techno-science.ca/en/collection-research/artifact-avro-504k-cyck.phpA two-seater biplane designed in 1913 in the U.K. by A.V. Roe and Company Limited (Avro)
- Curtiss JN-4 “Canuck”casmhttp://casmuseum.techno-science.ca/en/collection-research/research-curtiss-jn-4-canuck.phpLack of proper facilities didn’t prevent the restoration of this treasure to near-original glory. See how the Museum team did it.