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AIRTECH CANADA AVIATION SERVICES LTD.
Established 1977. In addition to maintenance and repair work for small aircraft, and conversion of airplanes and helicopters for medevac roles, currently offers its DHC/1000 hp Otter program to replace the original engine of de Havilland Canada Otter with a 967 hp WSK PZLKalisz ASz-62IR-M18/DHC-3 radial piston engine to improve performance and extend operational life. Also offers a reengining program (600 hp) for DHC-2 Beaver.
ALBERTA AEROSPACE CORPORATION
In 1995 the Belgian company Promavia licensed Alberta Aerospace to begin development of an ab initio trainer version of its Jet Squalus, under the name Phoenix FanJet. Eventually Promavia sold Alberta Aerospace the flying Jet Squalus prototype for conversion (to include new Williams- Rolls FJ44 turbofan engine in a revised airframe, new "glass" cockpit, larger flying control surfaces and more), allowing certification in about the year 1999. After Promavia ceased trading, Alberta Aerospace purchased other Promavia assets, allowing eventual production in Canada. Variants of Phoenix Fanjet will include a four-seat personal transport.
Markets in kit form the Beaver RX-550 tandem two-seat microlight (as a variant of Spectrum Beaver RX-550), the Beaver RX-28 two-seat training model, and the Chinook Plus 2 tandem two-seat microlight.
AVIAN AIRCRAFT LTD.
Formed February 1959 to develop a special wingless autogiro type, the Avian 2/180. First flew 1960, but accident delayed development. In 1964 Canadian Government provided financial assistance for further research and development. Certification granted in 1968
AVIONNERIE LAC ST-JEAN INC.
Markets partial kits for the Cyclone four-seat cabin monoplane, based on a Cessna 185
|AVRO CANADA (Канада) Formed as part of Hawker Siddeley Group after acquiring Victory Aircraft Ltd. (Crown-owned) in July 1945...|
|C.102 JETLINER Ближемагистральный
CF-100 CANUCK Многоцелевой истребитель
CF-105 ARROW Многоцелевой истребитель
AVRO AIRCRAFT LTD.
Formed as part of Hawker Siddeley Group after acquiring Victory Aircraft Ltd. (Crown-owned) in July 1945. In 1946 Group took over Turbo-Research Ltd. Technical innovations brought company brief world fame. Built C-102 Jetliner, first jet transport on American continent, in 1949, though no sales followed. CF-100 was world's first straight-wing combat aircraft to exceed Mach 1 (in a dive, 18 December 1952). Type first flown January 1950 and developed as two-seat all-weather interceptor through five marks. About 700 built, serving in Canada and Europe and supplied to Belgian Air Force. Was to have been followed in production by CF-105 Arrow, with delta wing. First Arrow completed October 1957 and flew 1958; but project, February 1959 after expenditure of about $400 million. The Arrow was a victim of the widespread belief that the interceptor role could best be performed by a missile. Three years later Canada had to buy McDonnell F-101 Voodoo fighters from the USA. Also experimented with three-engined lift-fan Avrocar.
BELL HELICOPTER TEXTRON CANADA
BELL HELICOPTER Founded 1984, with a production factory at Mirabel completed 1985 as a division of Textron Canada Ltd. Manufacture of Bell Helicopter Textron Inc. commercial/civil helicopters moved from U.S.A. to Mirabel 1986, leaving U.S. company free to concentrate on military types. Current production encompasses Model 206B-3 JetRanger III five-seat light helicopter (first flown 1962 in original form and 1977 as JetRanger III) and its TH-67 military trainer variant; seven-seat Model 206L-4 LongRanger IV (first flown 1974 in original form and certificated 1992 as LongRanger IV); Model 206LT TwinRanger as twin-turboshaft variant of LongRanger (certified 1993); 15-seat Model 212, using twinned turboshafts; Model 230 intermediate- twin ten-seat helicopter (first flown August 1991); Model 407 extra-wide variant of LongRanger with a fourblade main rotor (first flown June 1995); Model 412EP 15-seat utility helicopter, also suited to specialized roles such as law enforcement, SAR, and medical (first flown 1979); Model 427 eight-seater (first flown December 1997) as a lengthened version of Model 407; and Model 430 derived from the Model 230 but with more engine power and a four-blade bearingless composite main rotor (first flown October 1995).RON CANADA
A division of this organization is the Bombardier Aerospace Group, which combines the activities of Bombardier Inc. Canadair, and de Havilland Inc., based in Canada, plus Learjet Inc. in the U.S.A. and Short Brothers Pic in the U.K
|BRJ-X Среднемагистральный пассажирский
moyen avions de transport de passagers
BRJ-X-100 Среднемагистральный пассажирский самолет BRJ-X-100 avions de transport de passagers moyen
CL-89 Разведывательный БПЛА CL-89 Intelligence BPLA
CL-227 SENTINEL Многоцелевой БПЛА CL-227 Multi-SENTINEL BPLA
CL-289 Разведывательный БПЛА CL-289 Intelligence BPLA
CL-327 GUARDIAN Разведывательный БПЛА CL-327 GUARDIAN Intelligence BPLA
CL-427 Многоцелевой БПЛА CL-427 Multi-BPLA
CL-604 CHALLENGER Пассажирский самолет повышенной комфортности CL-604 CHALLENGER passagers supérieure
CONTINENTAL JET Пассажирский самолет повышенной комфортности CONTINENTAL JET passagers supérieure
CRJ100 Среднемагистральный пассажирский самолет Moyens de transport de passagers des avions CRJ100
CRJ200 Среднемагистральный пассажирский самолет Moyens de transport de passagers des avions CRJ200
CRJ700 Среднемагистральный пассажирский самолет Moyens de transport de passagers des avions CRJ700
CRJ900 Среднемагистральный пассажирский самолет Moyens de transport de passagers des avions CRJ900
CT-142 DASH 8M Учебно-тренировочный самолет CT-142 Dash 8M Avions
DASH 8-200 Ближнемагистральный пассажирский самолет DASH 8-200 court taxi
DASH 8-300A Ближнемагистральный пассажирский самолет DASH 8-300A court taxi
DASH 8-300B Ближнемагистральный пассажирский самолет DASH 8-300B court taxi
DASH 8-400 Ближнемагистральный пассажирский самолет DASH 8-400 court taxi
DASH 8Q-400 Среднемагистральный пассажирский самолет 8q DASH-400 avions de transport de passagers moyen
GLOBAL EXPRESS Пассажирский самолет повышенной комфортности GLOBAL EXPRESS passagers supérieure
PUMA Многоцелевой БПЛА PUMA Multi BPLA
|СС-106 Дальний транспортный самолет SS-106
à longue distance des avions de transport
CС-109 COSMOPOLITAN Военно-транспортный самолет MOP COSMOPOLITAN-109 Avions de Transport Militaire
СС-144 Легкий самолет для особо важных персон HS-144, avion à la lumière la plus importante de personnes
CF-116 FREEDOM FIGHTER Многоцелевой истребитель CF-116 Freedom Fighter Fighter polyvalents
CF-118 HORNET Многоцелевой истребитель FC-118 HORNET de combat polyvalent
CL-13 SABRE Mk.1(4) Многоцелевой истребитель CL-13 SABRE Mk.1 (4) Multi-combattant
CL-13A SABRE Mk.5 Многоцелевой истребитель CL-13, SABRE Mk.5 de combat polyvalent
CL-13B SABRE Mk.6 Многоцелевой истребитель CL-13, SABRE Mk.6 de combat polyvalent
СL-28 ARGUS Противолодочный самолет Cl-28 anti-aérien ARGUS
СL-41 TUTOR Учебно-боевой самолет Cl-41, avion de guerre de formation TUTOR
CL-44 YUKON (44) Дальний транспортный самолет CL-44 YUKON (44) Le transport à longue distance des avions
CL-66 Военно-транспортный самолет CL-66, avion de transport militaire
CL-84 DYNAVERT Экспериментальный самолет с ВВП CL-84, des avions avec le pilote DYNAVERT PIB
СL-215 Многоцелевой самолет-амфибия Cl-215 d'amphibiens avions polyvalents
CL-219 FREEDOM FIGHTER Многоцелевой истребитель CL-219 combattant de la liberté de combat polyvalent
СL-415 Многоцелевой самолет-амфибия Cl-415, avion amphibie polyvalent
СL-601 CHALLENGER Легкий многоцелевой транспортный самолет Cl-601 CHALLENGER léger polyvalent des avions de transport
СP-107 ARGUS Противолодочный самолет CP-107 ARGUS anti-aérienne
CRJ-100 REGIONAL JET Среднемагистральный пассажирский самолет CRJ-100 Regional Jet moyen avions de transport de passagers
СТ-114 TUTOR Учебно-боевой самолет CT-114 Tutor de formation avion de guerre
NF-5 FREEDOM FIGHTER Многоцелевой истребитель NF-5 Freedom Fighter Fighter polyvalents
New name for previous Canadair, following integration into Bombardier Aerospace Group. Current programs include 50-passenger and
|CRJ-200 / Challenger 800|
CAN-CAR ==> below Canadian Car & Foundry Company Ltd.
AIR R V INC.
Established November 1988 and currently offering the ARV Griffin two-seat lightplane for home construction
4 F CL-28
"Forty Four" CL-41
Formed December 1944 at Cartierville, Montreal, from Aircraft Division of ==> below Canadian Vickers Ltd., as a "Crown Company." Purchased 1946 by Electric Boat Company of New York; later that year became a subsidiary of General Dynamics Corporation. First contract (1944) to build the DC-4m (Merlin-engined version of the Douglas DC-4) for the RCAF. Eventually built 71, including commercial versions, and converted many wartime C-47s into postwar commercial DC-3s. Since 1949 has license-built more than 1,900 North American F-86 Sabre jetfightersforthe RCAF and the U.S. Military Assistance Program; more than 700 Lockheed T-33 SilverStar jettrainers; 200 Lockheed F-104 Starfighters for the RCAF; and 240 Northrop F-5s for the
Products of its own design have included the CL-28 Argus Maritime patrol aircraft (32 built); CL-41 jet trainer/ground-attack aircraft (210 for Royal Canadian and Malaysian Air Forces); 39 CL-44 Yukon and 44 military/civil transports; three prototypes of the CL-84 tilt-wing VTOL research aircraft; CL-215 twin piston-engined firefighting and utility amphibian (first flown October 1967) and its CL-215T twin-turboprop reengined derivative (first flown June 1989); and Challenger 600 wide-body business jet (first flown November 1978) and 601 follow up. Company was repurchased by the Canadian government in December 1975. Other programs included the CL-89 battlefield reconnaissance RPV, major subcontract work for the U.S. Navy's P-3C Orion and its Canadian derivative, the CP140 Aurora, and manufacture of components for other companies. Canadair became part of Bombardier Aerospace Group in 1992, renamed Bombardier Inc. Canadair.
CANADIAN AEROPLANES LTD.
Government-sponsored company, formed late 1916 taking over factory and staff of Curtiss Canada at Long Branch, Toronto, where over 1,200 Curtiss JN-4C two-seat biplanes were built. In 1918 license production began of Avro 504K to replace JN-4s at Canadian training establishments. One hundred ordered, but only one or two delivered before the Armistice. Also subcontractor for Felixstowe F.5 maritime patrol flying-boat.
CANADIAN CAR &
FOUNDRY COMPANY LTD.
Called CCF and later Can-Car; initially the largest company in Canada for the manufacture of railway equipment. In 1937 acquired license to build Grumman GE-23 (FF-1) two-seat biplane fighters, in factory at Fort William, Ontario. Built prototype of little-known FDB-1 fighter biplane in 1938. Orders for large numbers of Avro Ansons, Hawker Hurricanes, Avro Lancasters, and Curtiss Helldivers. Seven new factories opened by mid- Second World War.
Early post-war obtained Canadian license for Burnelli "lifting fuselage" designs; flew prototype CBY-3 (twin Wasp engines) August 1945. Accommodation was three crew plus 38 passengers or 22 passengers and freight. Development of CBY-3 by subsidiary Cancargo. In 1947 acquired assets of Noorduyn Aviation Ltd.; continued manufacture of Mk V Norseman and variants until early 1950s; resold it to its designer in 1953. In early 1950s designated products "Can-Car," beginning with North American Harvard Mk 4s built under license at Fort William for RCAF and NATO air forces. Gained contract to build 100 BeechcraftT-34A Mentor piston-engined trainers in 1952-1953 for USAF and also for RCAF. Retitled Canadian Car Company Ltd in mid/late 1950s
AEROPLANE COMPANY LTD.
At Long Branch, Toronto, this company built 18 Curtiss JN-3 "Jenny" two-seat biplane trainers in 1915-1916. RNAS order for 100 twin JNs canceled in 1916; factory acquired in 1916 by Canadian Aeroplanes Ltd.
CANADIAN HOME ROTORS INC.
Produces the Baby Belle, first flown 1986 as a two-seat light helicopter for home assembly from kits or plans.
CANADIAN VERTOL AIRCRAFT
Wholly owned subsidiary of Vertoi Aircraft Corporation; formed February 1954 at former RCAF air base Arnprior, west of Ottawa, to repair and overhaul RCAF/RCN Vertoi helicopters. Also produced in 1957 small number of Vertoi Model 42A, exclusively Canadian civil conversion of RCAF H-21B helicopters used to supply stations of the mid-Canada radar chain.
MANUFACTURING COMPANY LTD
This wholly owned subsidiary of the Canadian Car & Foundry Company was formed about 1950 to build the Burnelli Loadmaster transport. Only the CBY-3 prototype was built, by CCF; the rights in this aircraft were acquired in 1952 by Airlifts Inc. of Miami, and reverted eventually to Ballard Aircraft Corporation
|FDB-1 Истребитель-бомбардировщик FDB-1-chasseur bombardier|
CCF ==> Canadian Car & Foundry.
|Canadian Vickers (Canada) Established 1911 at St Hubert, Montreal, as subsidiary of Vickers Ltd. Aircraft division formed 1922; first Canadian company to build aircraft commercially.|
VANESSA Легкий транспортный самолет VANESSA Light Transport Aircraft
VARUNA Многоцелевая летающая лодка Plurisectorielle Varuna bateau volant
VEDETTE Многоцелевая летающая лодка Vedette bateau battant plurisectorielle
VELOS Вспомогательный самолет VELOS Support avion
VIGIL Вспомогательный самолет VIGIL Support avion
VISTA Легкая летающая лодка VISTA Light bateau volant
CHEETAH LIGHT AIRCRAFT COMPANY LTD.
Clairco formed January 14,1964 at St Jean, Quebec, by David Saunders (an RCAF pilot 1957-1963). Built and flew, in 1962, an all-wood two-seat light aircraft named Cheetah. Founded company to build a four-seat all-metal improved version, the Super Cheetah; prototype built by Aircraft Industries of Canada. This flew September 1964, but no production took place.
Markets plans and kits to build 87 percent scale replicas of the First World War Nieuport 11 and 12
COCKSHUTT MOULDED AIRCRAFT LTD
Subsidiary of Cockshutt Plow Company, which produced parts for Canadian Ansons in 1940, was formed summer 1942 to manufacture molded plywood fuselage components for Anson Mks V and VI built in Canada by Federal Aircraft Ltd. Work began late 1942, aircraft delivered between March 1943 and December 1944. Later built fuselages of D. H. Mosquito B Mk 25 for de Havilland Canada.
CONAIR AVIATION LTD.
Specialises in converting a wide range of aeroplanes for aerial spraying and discharge, principally for firefighting roles but also for insect and pollution control. Has developed the Helitanker tank for helicopters.
COX AIR RESOURCES LTD.
Offered turboprop conversion of de Havilland Canada DHC- 3 Otter 1978
CUB AIRCRAFT CORPORATION LTD
Established 1937 at Hamilton, Ontario, to build American Piper Cubs. Early 1931 obtained license to build Harlow PJC-2 all-metal monoplane. New factory at Hamilton was completed 1940. Production resumed in 1945 of Canadian variant known as Cub Prospector; company does not appear to have survived for more than a year or so after this.
CURTISS-REID AIRCRAR COMPANY
Founded in Montreal in January 1929 by a merger of the Reid Aircraft Company (founded 1928) and the Curtiss Aeroplane & Motor Co of New York. W. T. Reid, formerly chief designer of Bristol Aeroplane Company, had founded Reid Aircraft to build a light biplane of his own design. This was produced by the new company as the Curtiss-Reid Rambler, powered by a license-built Cirrus engine, and at least six of these aircraft were supplied to the RCAF. Opened flying school in 1930. Built also the Courier, a single-seat lightweight mail-carrying monoplane.
CUSTOM FLIGHT COMPONENTS
Offers kits to build the Bright Star and North Star tandem two-seat cabin monoplanes, both representing Piper Super Cub layouts.
|DE HAVILLAND CANADA (Canada) Formed in 1928 at Downsview, Toronto, as a constructional and service facility.|
|CC-115 Транспортный самолет с KВП CC-115
avion de transport avec KVP
CC-132 Средний военно-транспортный самолет CC-132 moyen d'avions de transport militaire
CС-142 Средний военно-транспортный самолет MOP-142 moyen d'avions de transport militaire
DHC-1 CHIPMUNK Учебно-тренировочный самолет DHC-1 Chipmunk Avions
DHC-2 BEAVER Легкий транспортный самолет DHC-2 BEAVER Light Transport Aircraft
DHC-3 OTTER Легкий транспортный самолет DHC-3 OTTER Light Transport Aircraft
DHC-4 CARIBOU Средний транспортный самолет DHC-4 CARIBOU Medium Transport Aircraft
DHC-5 BUFFALO Средний транспортный самолет DHC-5 Buffalo Medium Transport Aircraft
DHC-6 TWIN OTTER Средний транспортный самолет DHC-6 Twin Otter Medium Transport Aircraft
DHC-7 DASH 7 Средний военно-транспортный самолет DHC-7 Dash 7 moyen d'avions de transport militaire
DASH 7-150 Ближнемагистральный пассажирский самолет DASH 7-150 court taxi
DHC-8 DASH 8 Средний военно-транспортный самолет DHC-8 Dash 8 moyen d'avions de transport militaire
DASH 8-100B Ближнемагистральный пассажирский самолет DASH 8-100B court taxi
DE HAVILLAND AIRCRAFT OF
CANADA LTD. 9 DHC-1
Twin Otter DHC-7
Dash 7 DHC-8
Formed in 1928 at Downsview, Toronto, as a constructional and service facility. Built 1,553 Tiger Moths (1938- 1945), erected about 40 D.H.60M Moths, a Giant Moth, some 25 Puss Moths, and 200 Tigers (from U.K.-built parts). Developed ski and float installations for DH products. Built 1,134 Mosquitoes (1942-1945) and 54 Fox Moths (postwar). Undertook design and construction of the Tiger Moth replacement, the DHC-1 Chipmunk, built in Canada, Britain, and Portugal. Further Canadian designs have concentrated on STOL capability: the DHC-2 Beaver transport, DHC-3 Otter transport, DHC-4 Caribou pistonengined freighter (company's first
DE HAVILLAND INC. ==> de Havilland of Canada Ltd.DHC ==> ee de Havilland of Canada Ltd.
Division of Diamond Aircraft Industries GmbH, established 1993.
Name since March 1996, but originated as Hoffmann Flugzeugbau-Friesach GesmbH in 1981, thereafter being known as HOAC-Austria, Flugzeugwerk Wiener Neustadt Gesellschaft mbH after the 1989 management buyout. Diamond Aircraft Industries Canada is a division (q.v.). Produces the HK 36 Super Dimona motorglider in four versions, but has stopped production of the DV 20 Katana two-seat lightplane in Austria (first flown March 1991 as the HOAC LF 2000, becoming LF2 before DV 20), which is now produced in Canada as the DA 20 Katana. Latest aircraft is the four-seat DA 40 Katana (first flown 1998)
Offers plans and kits to build the Christavia Mk 1 tandem two-seat cabin monoplane and the four-seat Christavia Mk4
FAIREY AVIATION COMPANY OF CANADA LTD.
Incorporated November 1948 to provide overhaul and repair of aircraft for Royal Canadian Navy. Ceased operations March 1970. Converted ex RCN Avengers for agricultural and firefighting duties; Martin Mars flying-boats converted into water-bombers 1960
FALCONAR AIR ENGINEERING
Offers plans and/or components to build the Mignet HM.293 single-seat open-cockpit homebuilt, Mignet HM.360 single-seat homebuilt version of the Pou-du-Ciel and HM.380 two-seater, Cubmajor tandem two-seat cabin monoplane, Jodel F.9 single-seat monoplane and more streamlined and higher-powered F.10 variant, F.12A Cruiser side-by-side two-seat cabin monoplane, Golden Hawk ARV-1L (1996) tandem two-seat composite pusherengined type, and two/three-seat Adam RA.14 Loisirs/Maranda, designed in France by Roger Adam
FEDERAL AIRCRAFT LTD.
Set up as Canadian Crown Company to coordinate production of Avro Anson navigation trainers for use under British Commonwealth AirTraining Plan. Developed Anson II with revised hydraulically operated undercarriage and flaps, Anson V with molded plywood fuselage. Later assumed coordination responsibility for Canadian Lancaster, Mosquito and other programs. Disbanded 30 June 1946
|FLEET (Canada) A subsidiary of the U.S. company; formed 1929 to assemble and market the Fleet trainer. Wartime production included the Fairchild Cornell PT-19. Fleet Model 80 Canuck two-seat light-plane also built in quantity 1946- 1947, after which aircraft production ceased. In 1952 Fleet acquired type certificate for Super-V twin-engined Beech Bonanza conversion from Bay Aviation Services Co, Oakland, California.|
Учебно-тренировочный самолет 10
Formation des avions
16 FINCH Учебно-тренировочный самолет 16 avions de formation FINCH
50 FREIGHTER Легкий транспортный самолет 50 avions légers de transport cargo
80 CANUCK Легкий многоцелевой самолет 80 Canuck avion léger multi -
FOUND AIRCRAFT CANADA INC.
Production has begun on our new model, the Expedition E350, an FAA certified 5 seat, tricycle gear. Gross weight is 3800 lbs., 315 h.p Lycoming IO-580 engine. Its low stall speed, large fowler flaps and impressive rate of climb, even at gross weight, enables this aircraft to be a genuine STOL aircraft. Its cruise speed of 160 knots combined with its impressive range makes the E350 a true cross-country aircraft.
FREEDOM LITE INC.
Markets kits to build the SkyWatch SS-11 tandem two-seat microlight.
Based in Canada for project management, but with French connections in helicopter development; first flew in France in 1976 and 1984 two prototypes of a four-seat helicopter with rotor driven by cold-air tip jets. Program halted.
HUSKY AIRCRAFT LTD.
Formed 1955 to reestablish a production line for the Fairchild F-11 Husky bushplane which first flew in 1946. Production models were offered in land or floatplane versions, designated F-11 -2 Leonides Husky and F-11 -3/4 Super Husky
INTERCITY AIRLINES COMPANY
Formed in 1947 to construct and develop a three-seat helicopter, designed by American engineers Bernard Sznycer and Selina Gottlieb, designated SG Vl-D. This was a conventional single rotor/anti-torque tail rotor type, with a 165 hp Franklin engine
KELOWNA FLIGHTCRAFT GROUP
Offers the CV5800 as an extensively reworked, modernized and lengthened Convair CV580 (first flown February 1992), with improvements including a "glass" cockpit using display screens and adoption of turboprop engines; CV340 and CV440 can be similarly upgraded. Operates an extensive fleet of aircraft under its Kelowna Flightcraft Air Charter division, and undertakes repairs, modifications, and maintenance.
Limited re-production of 1945 Fleet Model 80 Canuck, 1965-1966
MARANDA AIRCRAFT COMPANY LTD.
Formed in Montreal by Bernard C. Maranda to develop and manufacture ultralight aircraft, acquiring worldwide license for Adam RA-14and RA-17 high-wing monoplanes from French designer Roger Adam in 1957. These marketed as RA14BM1 and BM3. Also developed Hawk BM4, based on Beam Minicab, and Lark BM6 single-seat aerobatic biplane.
MCDONALD BROTHERS AIRCRAFT
Founded in 1930. See Bristol Aerospace Ltd
MURPHY AIRCRAFT MANUFACTURING LTD.
Offers kits to build Maverick side-by-side two-seat cabin monoplane, Rebel and Rebel Elite three-seat STOL cabin monoplane, plans and kits for the Renegade II tandem two-seat open-cockpit microlight biplane and heavier Renegade Spirit, and kit for the SR-2500 Super Rebel four-seat cabin monoplane
NATIONAL STEEL CAR CORPORATION LTD.
In 1938 this company entered into an agreement with Westland Aircraft of Great Britain to manufacture Westland Lysanders for the Canadian Government and later for the RAF. Under a similar arrangement National Steel Car also made North American Harvards, and contracted to build Yale trainers for Canada after the fall of France
NOORDUYN AVIATION LTD.
Designed and manufactured the Norseman eight/ten-seat cargo-transport aircraft, which first flew in 1935 and was delivered to the RCAF and the USAF; with the latter service it was designated C-64A. Norsemans were especially popular as bushplanes in the northern regions of Canada and with civilian operators in northern Europe. The Canadian Car & Foundry Company acquired Noorduyn's assets in 1946 and produced an improved Norseman Mark V until 1950. Noorduyn license-manufactured North American Harvard trainers during Second World War for both the RCAF and RAF
Markets kit for the Karatoo J-6 two-seat monoplane (version of Anglin Karatoo), kit and plans for the two-seat Nordic II cabin monoplane, kit for the Nordic VI-912 two-seater, and kit for single-seat Nordic VII cabin monoplane
OTTAWA CAR AND AIRCRAFT LTD.
This prewar manufacturer of street-cars entered the aircraft industry as Canadian agent for Armstrong Whitworth, Avro, and Armstrong Siddeley, and built Avro Tutor and Prefect trainers and Armstrong Whitworth Atlas and Siskin fighters for the RCAF. During Second World War parts for Hampden bombers, Hawker Hurricanes and Avro Ansons were manufactured, and Anson airframes shipped from England were assembled
PEGASE AERO ENR
Offers plans and kits to build Pegazaire-100 STOL sideby- side two-seat cabin monoplane.
Former Polish Air Force pilot Joseph Pidek designed and built J.P.2B two-seat ultralight helicopter at Vancouver in 1962. The aircraft was not developed beyond prototype stage
REID AIRCRAFT CO.
Formed 1928 by W. T. Reid to build biplane of his own design; merged with Curtiss Aeroplane & Motor Company of New York
Markets plans to construct the S.E.5A as an 85 percent scale replica of the First World War fighter
In 1945 U.K. company A. V. Roe acquired Victory Aircraft Ltd factory at Toronto/Malton Airport, where Lancasters, Lincolns, Ansons and a York were built during Second World War. New company named Avro Canada, and it produced the first Canadian-designed jet fighter, the twin-engined CF-100. Prototype flew in 1950; 639 were built for the RCAF and 53 for the Belgian Air Force. Flew prototype C-102 Jetliner in 1949, but no production order was received. Avro Canada became a member of the Hawker Siddeley Group in 1955, and in 1962 became Hawker Siddeley Canada Ltd. CF-105 Arrow delta twin-jet all-weather fighter prototype flew in 1958. Only five CF-105s were built before the project was cancelled in favour of Bomarc surface-to-air missiles. An interesting project was the Avrocar VTOL aircraft developed under a U.S. Department of Defense contract and flown in 1959 in California. In its prototype form it was circular: a flying saucer!
ROTARY AIR FORCE MARKETING INC
Offers single- and two-seat autogyros for home assembly using kits.
SAUNDERS AIRCRAFT CORPORATION LTD.
Formed 1968 to design and manufacture ST-27 conversion of British de Havilland Heron light transport. Major changes included turboprop power. Was working on successor (ST-28) when financial support ended 1976
Markets kits to construct single- and two-seat aerobatic/ competition biplanes in the Ultimate series
TIMMINS AVIATION LTD.
Transport aircraft repair and overhaul works at Montreal International Airport which in early/mid-1960s produced a "general aviation" conversion of the Catalina amphibian. Aircraft and Texaco Sky Service Divisions merged on January 1,1967 with Atlantic Aviation of Wilmington, Delaware, U.S.A
TRIDENT AIRCRAFT LTD.
Established in early 1970s to develop Trigull-320 six-seat light amphibian, first flown August 1973 and eventually becoming TR-1 Trigull. Turbo Trigull offered with turbocharged engines
ULTIMATE AEROBATICS LTD.
Put on to market in 1980s kits to modify Pitts Special aerobatic biplane to improve performance
ULTIMATE AIRCRAFT CORPORATION
Founded 1990 to market modified Pitts Special aerobatic biplane in plans, kits and assembled forms, plus series of aerobatic/competition biplanes as 10 Dash 100,10 Dash 200,10 Dash 300 single-seaters, and two-seat 20 Dash 300
ULTRAVIA AERO INC.
Offers kits to construct the side-by-side two-seat Pelican Club series of cabin monoplanes
The temporary name in 1938 of Boeing Aircraft of Canada Ltd (q.v.). When it became wholly Canadian-owned it soon reverted to the earlier title
VENGA AEROSPACE SYSTEMS INC.
Signed agreement in 1994 with Baoshan Iron & Steel Complex in China to develop Timberwolf turboprop-powered sporting aircraft plus a jet trainer based on the Venga TG- 10 Bushfire
VERTOL AIRCRAFT COMPANY
A wholly-owned subsidiary of Vertol Aircraft Corporation, the Canadian Company was operated as completely independent. It was formed in February 1954, on former RCAF airfield at Arnprior, Ontario, initially to service and overhaul helicopters. Entered production with the Model 42A, a modified version of the Piasecki (Vertol) H-21 helicopter. A tandem-rotor general-purpose helicopter, it accommodated a crew of 1/2 and 18 passengers.
VICTORY AIRCRAFT LTD.
Originated 1942 at Malton, Ontario, under Canadian Ministry of Munitions and Supply, to take over and manage Malton aircraft factory of National Steel Car Corporation to speed production of Avro Lancaster bombers. First Victory- built Lancaster delivered to RAF in August 1943. Total production 430, including seven unarmed mailplanes for transatlantic government service operated by Trans- Canada Air Lines; these were forerunners of the Lancastrian post-war transport version of the Lancaster. One Avro Lincoln Mk XV bomber built 1945. Company acquired from Canadian government in July 1945 by Hawker Siddeley Aircraft Company Ltd, becoming A. V. Roe (Canada) and subsequently designing first Canadian jet fighter.
WESTERN AIRCRAFT SUPPLIES
Markets plans and some components to construct the PGK-1 Hirondelle two-seat monoplane.
Formed 1974 and currently producing the Zenith CH 2000 certificated two-seat Iightpiane (first flown June 1993 and delivered in assembled form from 1994). Also markets the Zenith CH-100 single-seater, Aero CH-150 and CH-180 (aerobatic variants of CH-200), Zenith CH-200 two-seat Iightpiane and Zenith CH-250 long-range version, and Zenith CH-300 (Tri-Z) three/four-seat Iightpiane (as variant of CH 2000), all built from plans and/or kits
LIENS & sources
Selections from the Ed Coates' Civil Aircraft Photograph Collection.
Avions-Archive - 08.10.01 351 avions <== (Japon)
Très site tenu par Maksim Starostin in Estonia.
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Pioneer profiles (modifié
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Alexander de Seversky
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histoire aviation canadienne
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