The Calgary Chapter of the CAHS is currently representing the province of Alberta and its rich aerial history and heritage. The Chapter hosts dynamic monthly speakers whose expertise range from early airlines and civil flying tasks, to economic impact and aircraft industries, to spying, nuclear weapons, and defence policy. At the Calgary Chapter of the CAHS, there is always something to capture the interests of all aviation enthusiasts.
Meeting and Membership Information
Meetings: Third Thursday of each month.
Location: Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT) Art Smith Aero Centre, 1916 McCall Landing N.E., Calgary (airport campus)
Time: 19:00 to 21:00
Landing Fee: Free
Annual Fee: $ 0
Chapter Contact Information
#1021, 3235 - 56 Street N.E.
The CAHS and The Bomber Command Museum of Canada Present:
A Tribute to Andrew Mynarski, VC
Come and celebrate the rich wartime history of 419 Squadron and its illustrious Victoria Cross winner, Andrew Mynarski, for the 70th anniversary of his nobel exploit. A unique evening with a thrilling multimedia presentation of rare photos and videos!
Speaker: Dr. Stéphane Guevremont
The Bomber Command Museum of Canada
Highway #2 South (17th St.)
Please click on the poster for more information.
Upcoming Meeting Information:
2014 List of Speakers:
20 March – Stéphane Guevremont "Deadly Duo: Canadians and the Beaufighter in Coastal Command"
17 April – Jodi Smith "A History of Penhold Air Base"
15 May – Cliff M. Black "A Group Captain in Peace"