The Jet Aircraft Museum is a charitable foundation aviation museum specializing in Canadian Forces jet aircraft. The museum is located at the London International Airport, Ontario, Canada.
The museum officially opened on 12 September 2009.
The museum states its mission as:
||The Jet Aircraft Museum (JAM) will acquire, preserve, maintain, display and fly jet aircraft of the Canadian Forces from the DeHavilland Vampire to present day and future aircraft.
The museum has indicated its intention "JAM will strive to maintain four or more of each type as flying aircraft with a flight of four reflecting authentic Canadian Forces paint schemes." The museum has listed the CF-100 Canuck, Canadair Sabre, F2H-3 Banshee, CF-101 Voodoo, CF-104 Starfighter, CF-5 Freedom Fighter and CT-114 Tutor as being targets for intended acquisition.
The aircraft owned by the museum are:
Coordinates: 43°01′52″N 81°09′20″W / 43.03099°N 81.15552°W