Canadian F-5. The Canadair CF-5 was the Canadair licensed-built version of the American Northrop F-5 Freedom Fighter aircraft primarily for the Canadian Forces and the Royal Netherlands Air Force. The CF-5 was upgraded periodically throughout its service career in Canada. The Canadian Forces retired the type in 1995, although CF-5s continued to be used by other countries into the early 21st century.
Unique piece of Canadian aviation history unveiled at Alberta Aviation Museum
The F-104 Starfighter- known as the fastest fighter the Royal Canadian Air Force ever had- was unveiled to an adoring crowd at the Alberta Aviation Museum on Saturday.
::: FEBRUARY 19, 1959 — The VERY LAST FLIGHT of AN ARROW
IT BEGAN WITH RL201—and it ended with RL201. AVRO ARROW RL201 was the very first Arrow to fly…and it was the very last Arrow to fly. Earlier in the day RL203 made "Arrow history" as it was the only time a passenger flew on an Arrow. D.E. "Red" Darrah went up with "Spud" Potocki to fine-tune the Arrow's fly-by-wire system. All in vain, as we now know. THIS PIC is very, very, rare. In fact, I had never seen it before, until only a month ago! It shows AVRO ARROW RL201 sitting in one of Avro…
The rise of the 6th generation Super Arrow? Canada’s efforts to recover Lake Ontario prototypes - Fighter Jets World
The rise of the 6th generation Super Arrow? Canada's efforts to recover Lake Ontario prototypes Poss
We are a group aviation pioneers and enthusiasts, who are trying to gather plans, models, parts, drawings, photography or any artifacts relating to Canada's great aircraft manufacturing industry of the era from 1945 to the mid 1960's with particular interest in locating any memorabilia relating to the A.V. Roe company.