|Aircraft preserved in Canada 5: Warplanes in Ontario, Ottawa, the Canada Aviation & Space Museum, Avro to Bristol
Warplanes preserved in the Canada Aviation and Space Museum (CA&SM),
Musée de l'Aviation et de l'Espace du Canada, Ottawa, Ontario
(Part 1, Avro to Bristol)
The aircraft on display in the Canada Aviation and Space Museum, 11 Aviation Parkway in Ottawa are listed here in four parts.
The aim of this website is to locate, identify and document every historical Warplane preserved in Canada. Many contributors have assisted in the hunt for these aircraft to provide and update the data on this website. Photos are by the author unless otherwise credited. Any errors found here are by the author, and any additions, correctons or amendments to this list of Warplanes in Canada would be most welcome and may be e-mailed to the author at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Data current to 20 Aug 2018.
AEA Silver Dart replica No. 1 (Serial No. 2).
AEG G.IV (Wk Nr. 574), (18).
Aeronca C-2 (Serial No. 9), (ex N525V), CF-AOR.
(Bob Brown Photo)
Airspeed Oxford Mk. 1, RCAF (Serial No. AR844), 1944. (Library and Archives Canada Photo, MIKAN No. 3650311)
Airspeed AS.65 Consul (Serial No. PK286), C/N 4338, G-ALKR. The Consul is a civilian version of the Airspeed AS.10 Oxford RCAF (Serial No. AS277) shown in flight over Saskatchewan in 1942.
(Clive Prothero-Brooks Photo)
Auster AOP.6, RAF (Serial No. VF 582), RCAF (Serial No. 16652), 2576 (Serial No. TAY221V), CF-KBV. The photo above is of a similar Auster currently on display in the Royal Canadian Artillery Museum, CFB Shilo, Manitoba.
Avro 504, Hounslow, Middlesex, UK, 1917. (Library and Archives Canada Photo, MIKAN No. 3387974)
Avro 504J, RAF (Serial No. C-4364), ca 1918. (Library and Archives Canada Photo, MIKAN No. 3387981)
Avro 504K, (Serial No. 2353), G-CYFG, (H2453).
(Tim Laye Photo)
Avro 504K (Serial No. D8971), CF-CYC, G-CYCK, currently on loan to the Base Borden Military Museum, shown here inside one of the BBMM's original Great War hangars.
Avro 616 Avian, Mk. IV M (Serial No. R3), CN 314, CF-CDQ.
Avro Anson Mk. II, RCAF (Serial No. 7069), Rockcliffe, Ontario, 30 June 192. (Library and Archives Canada Photo, MIKAN No. 3388009)
Avro 652A Anson Mk. V, RCAF (Serial No. 12518), MDF 329.
Avro Lancaster, Ruhr Express, being bombed up, 30 Nov 1943. (Library and Archives Canada Photo, MIKAN No. 4542805)
Avro Lancaster rear gun turret with four .303-inch Browning machineguns, Sergeant Noixeux, Wireless air gunner and Sergeant Lavois, Pilot, 2 May 1944. (Library and Archives Canada Photo, MIKAN No. 4558161)
Avro 683 Lancaster Mk. X, nose section with twin .303-inch Browning machineguns.
Avro 683 Lancaster Mk. X (Serial No. KB944).
Avro CF-100 Canuck Mk. 5D (Serial No. 18752), when it was mounted on a pylon at Uplands, and as it rests now at the CASM.
Avro CF-100 Canuck Mk. 5C/D (Serial No. 100757), silver.
Avro CF-100 Canuck Mk. 5D (Serial No. 18785), black. This aircraft is on loan to the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum, Mount Hope, Ontario.
Avro Canada CF-105 Arrow (Serial No. 25206), (RL-25206), cockpit/nose section, wings & landing gear.
Avro Canada CF-105 Arrow prototype wings.
(Avro Canada Photos)
Avro C.102 Jetliner, nose section (Serial No. 001), CF-EJD-X.
Bell Model 47G/HTL-6 Sioux Helicopter (Serial No. 1387), (142386). RCN.
Bell Model 47G/HTL-6 Sioux Helicopter (Serial No. 1387), (142386). RCN.
Bell CH-135 Twin Huey Helicopter (Serial No. 135114), (15663).
Bell CH-136 Kiowa (Serial No. 136274), 430 Squadron.
Bellanca CH-300 Pacemaker floatplane, (Serial No. 181), N196N, CF-ATN.
Bensen B-8MG Gyrocopter.
Bleriot Monoplane, ca 1918. (Library and Archives Canada Photo, MIKAN No. 3388145)
Blériot XI (reproduction).
Boeing 247D (Serial No. 1699), CF-JRQ.
Boeing CIM-10B Super BOMARC (Serial No. 60777), (777). (DND Photo via Daniel Racette)
Boeing CIM-10B Super BOMARC (Serial No. 60446), (656).
Boeing Vertol 107-11, CH-113A Labrador Helicopter (Serial No. 11301).
(Alain Rioux Photo)
Canadair CL-600-1A11 Challenger, Bombardier Challenger 604, Active Control Technology (ACT), C-GCGT.
Borel-Morane Monoplane, 1911-1912.
Bristol F2B Fighter, ca 1917. (Library and Archives Canada Photo, MIKAN No. 3388170)
Bristol Fighter, ca 1918. (Library and Archives Canada Photo, MIKAN No. 338162)
Bristol F.2B Fighter (Serial No. D-7889).
Bristol Beaufighter TF.Xs, RCAF, FLt B.J. Daventry, ca 1945
Bristol 156 Beaufighter T.F. Mk. X (Serial No. RD867).
Bristol Boliingbroke Mk. IVC, RCAF (Serial No. 9074), 5 Aug 1942. (Library and Archives Canada Photo, MIKAN No. 3582238)
(RCAF Photos via Mike Kaehler)
This Bolingbroke was manufactured by Fairchild Aircraft Limited for the RCAF in June 1942, and was briefly listed with No. 1 Training Command in Toronto before going to No. 2 Training Command in Winnipeg in July. In June 1944, it was put in storage and in September 1945 it was sold as war surplus to George A. Maude. Maude moved the Bolingbroke to his property on Salt Spring Island, British Columbia. In 1962, he agreed to donate the aircraft to the RCAF. A Calgary company disassembled and trucked it to Alberta for restoration in May 1963. It was finished in the markings of an aircraft of No. 8 Squadron RCAF, which had used Bolingbroke IVs operationally on both coasts from 1941 to 1943. The aircraft was transported to Rockcliffe airport and officially handed over to the RCAF by Maude in an Air Force Day ceremony on 6 June 1964. The aircraft was later transferred to the Museum.
(CA&SM Photo via James Craik)
Bristol (Fairchild) Bolingbroke Mk. IVT (Serial No. 9892).
Buzzman Buccaneer (Serial No. 9112-SX-AA), C-IDWT. This aircraft is a one- or two-seat ultralight high-wing amphibious flying boat of pusher configuration marketed as a kit aircraft.
This aviation handbook is designed to be used as a quick reference to the classic military heritage aircraft that have been flown by members of the Canadian Air Force, Royal Canadian Air Force, Royal Canadian Navy, Canadian Army and the Canadian Forces. The interested reader will find useful information and a few technical details on most of the military aircraft that have been in service with active Canadian squadrons both at home and overseas. 100 selected photographs have been included to illustrate a few of the major examples in addition to the serial numbers assigned to Canadian service aircraft. For those who like to actually see the aircraft concerned, aviation museum locations, addresses and contact phone numbers have been included, along with a list of aircraft held in each museum's current inventory or on display as gate guardians throughout Canada and overseas. The aircraft presented in this edition are listed alphabetically by manufacturer, number and type. Although many of Canada's heritage warplanes have completely disappeared, a few have been carefully collected, restored and preserved, and some have even been restored to flying condition. This guide-book should help you to find and view Canada's Warplane survivors.
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