Royal Aviation Museum of Western Canada Lands a New Look

(WINNIPEG, MB – March 22, 2021) – With the grand opening of its beautiful new facility slated for early 2022, the Royal Aviation Museum of Western Canada (RAMWC) has unveiled sleek new branding and an equally impressive new website.

Designed by Winnipeg creative agency, Relish, the museum’s new logo draws inspiration from Canadiana, aircraft innovation, flight planning, and making connections to communicate its mission and reason for being. The redesigned website is a portal for a deep-dive into what is yet to come in the museum’s next chapter.

“We are excited for the day when we can open our doors to Manitobans. We believe that they will be amazed and proud at what they find,” said Terry Slobodian, President & CEO, RAMWC. “In the meantime, a visit to our redesigned website will whet their appetite for what is to come.”

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About the Royal Aviation Museum of Western Canada

The Royal Aviation Museum of Western Canada was established in 1974 by a small group of visionaries committed to preserving Canada’s distinct aviation heritage. Today, with nearly 100 historic aircraft and more than 70,000 artefacts, texts, and photographs, the museum remains one of Canada’s largest and most complete aviation heritage collections. This collection is not only the foundation for telling a remarkable story of history but also engages students and visitors in discovering the science behind flight, inspiring future generations of aviators and inventors. The museum is currently building a new state-of-the-art facility on the Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport campus scheduled to open in early 2022 and will be a premier attraction for the City of Winnipeg.