what to do


What to Do


Explore the past, present and future of Brandon’s deep-rooted aviation history when you visit Brandon’s flight central just past the perimeter!


Brandon Flight Centre

425 Agnew Drive Brandon Municipal Airport | 204-728-7691

Don't just visit Brandon - tour Brandon - during a unique flight-seeing experience with the Brandon Flight Centre! Enjoy an exhilarating and informative half-hour flight with exceptional pilots, and gain a new perspective of the Wheat City while flying amongst the clouds! Tours are offered year-round and can be tailored to suit guests' requests. In the event of adverse weather conditions, flight are rebooked at no additional charge.

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Brandon Municipal Airport

405 Agnew Drive | 204-729-2166

Brandon Municipal Airport began life in 1940 as No. 12 Service Flying School and became the City's municipal airport in 1946. The airport actively supports general aviation, a flight school, a museum and provides daily commercial air service for the residents of Westman and Southeastern Saskatchewan. Brandon Airport recently completed a major terminal renovation and expansion and now includes WestJet Services. With flights daily to/from Calgary, Westman residents can reach virtually any destination in the world directly from the City of Brandon.

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Commonwealth Air Training Plan Museum

1.6 km north of Brandon on HWY #10 Brandon Municipal Airport in Hangar #1 | 204-727-2444

Visit Canada's only Air Museum dedicated solely to those who trained and fought for the British Commonwealth during the 1939-1945 War. This World War II Royal Canadian Air Force Training Site showcases aircrafts, artifacts, memorabilia and special exhibits. This National Historic Site is a designated Manitoba Signature Museum, and is engaging for all ages; from the young families who enjoy the interactive aircraft exhibit found inside Hangar 1, to the international travellers and history buffs immersing themselves in Canada's unique military history.

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