Between 1995 and 2009 the National Air Force Museum of Canada aircraft restoration team completely restored a World War II Halifax Bomber (NA337) which is on permanent display in the museum. On completion of NA337, it was decided the team should stay together to restore additional aircraft with historical significance to the Canadian Air Force.

Since then, the team has restored the Avro Anson, The Expediter and CL-41 Prototype Tutor.

The Expediter and Tutor are awaiting new paint and will be on display soon.

Currently in restoration is the Lockheed Hudson, and the Lancaster KB882 from Edmundston, NB.

All the restoration work at the National Air Force Museum of Canada is done by volunteers. If you are interested in getting involved in restoration work, speak to one of the volunteers in the Restoration Workshop.