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- Reserve Hangar: Canada Aviation and Space Museumcasmhttp://casmuseum.techno-science.ca/en/reserve-hangar.phpThe Reserve Hangar at the Museum helps showcase the collection and symbolizes the power and grace of flight.
- Vintage Biplane Ridescasmhttp://casmuseum.techno-science.ca/en/whats-on/biplane-rides.phpGive a unique gift — a 1930s style flight over the region in a biplane!
- Directionscasmhttp://casmuseum.techno-science.ca/en/visit/directions.phpGet to Museum by car, bicycle, bus, or even airplane, following these directions.
- Air Flowcasmhttp://casmuseum.techno-science.ca/en/education/education-fascinating-experiments-air-flow.phpFood colouring flows through water and around a toy airplane mimicking how air flows around a real aircraft.
- Bellanca CH-300 Pacemakercasmhttp://casmuseum.techno-science.ca/en/collection-research/artifact-bellanca-ch-300-pacemaker.phpA six-seater utility aircraft designed in the U.S. and built by Bellanca Aircraft Corporation in the late 1920s and early 1930s
- Curtiss HS-2L La Vigilancecasmhttp://casmuseum.techno-science.ca/en/collection-research/artifact-curtiss-hs-2l-la-vigilance.phpDesigned in 1917 as a coastal patrol flying boat for the U.S. Navy during the First World War
- Fairchild 82Acasmhttp://casmuseum.techno-science.ca/en/collection-research/artifact-fairchild-82a.phpA single-engine, civil utility aircraft seating nine passengers and two crew, designed and built in Canada by Fairchild Aircraft Limited from 1935 to 1939
- De Havilland Canada DHC-2 Beavercasmhttp://casmuseum.techno-science.ca/en/collection-research/artifact-de-havilland-beaver.phpOne of several de Havilland Canada aircraft named after North American wildlife
- Found FBA-2Ccasmhttp://casmuseum.techno-science.ca/en/collection-research/artifact-found-fba-2c.phpA Canadian four- to five-seater monoplane produced by Found Brothers Aviation Limited at Malton Airport, Toronto, Ontario from 1962 to 1965
- Noorduyn Norseman VIcasmhttp://casmuseum.techno-science.ca/en/collection-research/artifact-noorduyn-norseman-vi.phpDeveloped for transportation to remote locations, it was the first Canadian-designed bush plane