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
Upcoming Meeting Information - CAHS Calgary Chapter Meeting
Topic: "A Tale of Two Alberta Companies"
Speaker: Bruce Gowan
SAIT Art Smith Aero Centre
1916 McCall Landing
CAHS Calgary Chapter 2016/2017 Meeting Schedule
21 January: Bill Cameron = "Japanese Hydrogen Balloon Bombs in 1944-45"
25 February: Paul Gies = "The Arrow II Project"
17 March: Karl Kjarsgaard = "Tail-end Charlie: A True Story"
21 April: Richard de Boer = "Confessions of an Airport Bum"
19 May: Bruce Gowan = "A Tale of Two Alberta Companies"
15 September: David Waechter = "Flight Test: the Avro Arrow and a Career in Aeronautical Engineering"
20 October: John Chalmers = "Looking for Captain Roy Brown"
17 November: David Mapplebeck = "The Calgary Flying Club, Part II"
15 December: Dr. Stéphane Guevremont = "419 Squadron 75th Anniversary: the Wartime Years, 1941-1945"
Richard de Boer = "Hurricane 5389"
Anne Gafiuk = "Scrapbook Project"
Trevor McTavish = "Alberta Fire-bombers"
Jim Rae = "Glasgow, Montana: B-17 OTU"
Dr. Stéphane Guevremont = "419 Squadron 75th Anniversary: the Fighter Years, 1952-1999"
Chapter Contact Information
#1021, 3235 - 56 Street N.E.