WELCOME TO OUR MUSEUM!
The Jet Aircraft Museum (JAM) is a unique non-profit organization that was formed in 2005 and is based at the London International Airport in London, Ontario.
We are currently the only aviation museum dedicated solely to the flying and restoration of Canadian jet aircraft and other Cold War jets. The Museum is also the only location in Canada where you can take a flight in one of our jet aircraft.
We hope you join us at an upcoming event, museum meeting or enjoy a flight! Our team is passionate and motivated to help bring these aircraft to life and to an air show near you!
The Jet Aircraft Museum’s mission is to “Preserve, Educate and Soar.”
WHAT WE DO
We bring students, veterans and the public into contact with the science and technology of flight, the importance of aviation history and the opportunity to witness or experience actual flight in a vintage jet aircraft.
We restore, preserve and maintain supportive exhibits in tribute to the thousands of men and women who built, flew and serviced these aircraft and in memory of those who did not return.
We operate an education program to teach our members to restore, preserve and service vintage jet aircraft. We are currently restoring to flying condition a Canadair CT-133 Silver Star and restoring to static display at McDonnell CF-101 Voodoo.
We also offer an education program to grade 6 students. Our classes run for one full week at the museum covering all aspects of the curriculum including the science curriculum of “flight”, history, drama, and visual arts. Our education program offers a “hands on” approach by using visual and static displays of both aircraft and artifacts.
HOW YOU CAN HELP?
Your donation will go a long way! You can choose to support a number of our initiatives including our Education Program, Aircraft Restoration, Artifact Displays and future larger facility.