I Love A Hangar proudly supports the Bomber Command Museum of Canada. A percentage of each sale from the Bomber Command Museum of Canada Collection goes directly towards supporting the Museum and its mission.
The Bomber Command Museum of Canada, formerly the Nanton Lancaster Society Museum, was was founded in 1986 to protect and restore Avro Lancaster FM159, one of only 17 remaining in the world. It has since grown to include a large collection of aircraft, many of which were used during the War by the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan.
Its mission: “honouring all those associated with Bomber Command during WWII and commemorating the activities of the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan."