NOTICE: Jet Aircraft Museum will be closed for the duration of Air Show London (Thursday 21 September, Friday 22 September, and Saturday 23 September 2017). Access to our museum, as well as the entire general aviation area of the airport will be restricted by London Police throughout this time. Our static aircraft exhibits will be on display at the Air Show site. If you are planning on visiting the Air Show, remember to visit our display and unique merchandise booth. We will have a presence each of the three (3) days of the Air Show. Normal Operating Hours will resume Thursday 28 September at 10:00.
The Jet Aircraft Museum (JAM) exists to create and maintain a dynamic and living history of the modern age Royal Canadian Air Force and to provide permanent honour for those valiant Canadian men and women who flew these aircraft with distinction in periods of war, peace, and peace keeping.
Through preservation we can ensure our aviation history lives on for generations to come.
We offer classes for all ages – at the Jet Aircraft Museum, history and learning take flight.
Through preservation and education we are able to offer flying memberships in our jets!
Countless volunteers contribute thousands of man hours to help JAM return classics from the jet age to airworthiness. Learn how you can assist in this rewarding adventure!
Joining the JAM family is fun, challenging, exciting and rewarding! If you enjoy history, meeting great people and being around awesome machines, there’s a place for you with the museum.
As a member
There are several benefits to becoming a member of the museum, from special passes to flights, camaraderie and the satisfaction of restoring Canada’s history.
As A Volunteer
Volunteering at JAM is one of the most satisfying experiences one could explore. A great team of people are the backbone of this flying museum.
As a donor
If you’ve been looking for that special tax receipt that not only preserves important history but also gives you a genuine rush, JAM is it.
“My father trained on Harvards under the BCATP (British Commonwealth Air Training Program) before flying over Normandy in 1943 and 1044. I trained on T33’s before being washed out of the program in 1964. Being around the history that JAM provides is not only exciting but brings me closer to my roots and to my dad. What a fantastic way to contribute to our nation’s past and pride.”
Private Pilot, Historical Aviation Enthusiast
Jet Aircraft Museum
2465 Aviation Lane – Unit #2
London, Ontario, Canada