Tiger Moth Flight Raffle!

Prize Flight Gift Certificate
A ride in the 1942 Tiger Moth Biplane ($250 value)

Draw Dates: June 1, 2021
Draw Time: 1:00pm
Draw Location: 5 Hangar Road, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7L 5X4
Ticket Prices: $10 each
Tickets: only 100 tickets will be sold!

Tickets available at Saskatchewan Aviation Museum
5 Hangar Road, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, S7L 5X4

Terms & Conditions:

  • Only people in Saskatchewan at the time of purchase may participate in the raffle.
  • Eligible participants may also buy tickets over the telephone by calling (306) 651-7247.
  • Winner is determined by a random selection of ticket stubs.
  • Winner will be notified by email or phone with instructions how to receive/claim the prize.
  • The Saskatchewan Aviation Historical Society Inc. Lottery License: SR20-1273

Summer Hours

The museum has now returned to our regular summer hours 9 AM to 4 PM daily.


Help us tell their extraordinary story and preserve the memory of F/O Raymond Gran DFC and Saskatchewan Conservation officer Harold Thompson. Help us tell the story of their downed Cessna 180 CF-JDO, which was recovered after 59 years in Peter Pond Lake.

Me109 MESSERSCHMITT (1940’s)

During World War II, two of the most successful fighters of aviation history faced one against the other: these two aircraft were the legendary Supermarine Spitfire and its German counterpart, the formidable Me109. The Me109 shot down more Allied planes than any other aircraft, and stayed in service longer than most, having entered combat in the Spanish Civil War (1936-39), fighting through World War II (1939-1945). In post WWII, between 1945 & 1948, most Bf 109s were scrapped or destroyed along with most its metal fabricating equipment.

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Messerschmitt ME109G10/U4

This aircraft is owned by a local collector and on display for a period of time during this summer. When it is completed, this aircraft will be the only flying in the world. The winter of 1945 season-correct paint scheme is what it looked like that allowed it to blend in with the surrounding terrain after being maunfactured.

The Messerschmitt ME109 was one of the fastest, deadliest and innovative warplanes to come out of WWII Nazi Germany war machine. These were warplanes made to fight and the German fighter made the ME109 stand out from the rest, from the fuel-injected engines, to the larger-caliber machine guns and cannons the ME109 was built for speed and destruction. That’s what it was all about, it was war”. Its armaments would out-gun the .50 caliber and .303 caliber guns on Allied planes.

The Messerschmitt will be on display with the Museum until at least fall of 2021.

Armament: One 30mm MK 108 cannon and two 13mm MG 131 machine guns
Engine: One Daimler-Benz DB 605D inverted V rated at 1,850 hp for take-off
Maximum speed in level flight: 426 mph at 24,280 ft.
Range: See below
Ceiling: 41,400 ft.
Span: 32 ft.
Length: 29 ft. 5 in.
Height: 8 ft. 2.5 in.
Empty Weight: 5,800 lbs.

This aircraft is owned by a local collector.

  • When completed, it will be the only flying ME109G10/U4 in the
  • This aircraft would have been completed at the WNF factory in
    February 1945, with the test flight occurring about Feb. 17/45. After
    a successful test flight, it would have been turned over to the
  • Aircraft left the German factories in standard camouflage paint
    schemes, and were later re-painted when they arrived at the front ( if
    required ). As this aircraft was completed in the winter of 1945, a
    season-correct paint scheme would have been applied that allowed it
    to blend in with the surrounding terrain. Often these aircraft were
    repainted in less than ideal conditions.
  • This aircraft was equipped with two 13mm machine guns that
    were located in the top rear engine cowls. They were electrically
    timed to fire through the propeller blades without hitting them.
  • A 30mm cannon was located in the forward lower cockpit area,
    between the pilot’s legs, and fired through the propeller reduction
    gearbox ( and out the centre of the propeller spinner ).
  • Additional 20mm or 30mm cannons could be added in gondolas,
    one under each wing.

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From the early “bush planes” to the “Yellow Wing” trainer’s of World War II, we strive to remember our aviation pioneers. Collecting and preserving Saskatchewan aviation and artifacts make this museum one of a kind. We exist to share the history of aviation in Saskatchewan & inspire visitors of all age. A place students and the general population can learn about Saskatchewan’s aviation history.

Discover a wealth of history in our aircraft hangar, displays and flight simulators. Explore an up close and personal experience with the aircraft that have shaped Saskatchewan’s and Canada’s history, both civilian and decommissioned military aircraft from a variety of eras.
Pop by to browse the museum or book a guided tour for yourself, a group, or a class of students.

Summer Hours

(May 1 to Sept 30)
Open 7 days a week
Daily 9am to 4pm

Winter Hours

(October 1 to April 30)
Open Wed – Sat 9am to 4pm
Prearranged group tours available upon request on closed days.

Admission (+GST)

  • Adults | $10
  • Children | $5 (6-12 yo)
  • Preschool Children (<5yo) | Free
  • Family | $20 (parents or guardians & dependent children <18yo)
  • Groups | 10+ people, please phone ahead

Yes, some of our birds fly!

View Saskatoon from the seat of a vintage WWII biplane. Fly our WWII DH82 Tiger Moth over Saskatoon. The experience of a lifetime, you will never forget flying this iconic aircraft! Tiger Moths were one of the first airplanes flown by almost every Royal Canadian Air Force pilot in WWII. Be it a Birthday, Retirement, a Special Occasion, or “Just because”, the perfect gift for any aviation enthusiast!

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Donating ensures that this interactive facility remains an aviation education centre celebrating Saskatchewan’s rich aviation history and major attraction for our province.  

Our Donors & Partners

The Saskatchewan Aviation Museum would like to thank these individuals and organizations for their generous support. Their financial contributions helps us in our mission to keep Saskatchewan and Canada’s aviation history alive.


Tom & Bev Coates


Garry & Bonita Thompson

Westwind Aviation

Gary L Redhead

Fraser & Lorna Sutherland