Military History Books
by Harold A. Skaarup   
Canadian Warplanes 5: KF Aerospace Grob 120-A

KF Aerospace Grob 120-A Basic Trainer

Data current to 30 March 2021.

 (RCAF Photo)

G-120A Grob, C-FPFU, on a training flight near the Southport Aerospace Centre in Portage la Prairie, Manitoba on 10  Oct 2013. 

Grob G 120.  KF Defence programs.  (13) for training of Canadian Armed Forces (until 2013) and RCAF (from 2013) pilots.  The Grob G 120 is a two-seat training and aerobatic low-wing aircraft with a carbon composite airframe.  It is specially designed for military and civil pilot training.  It has a tricycle landing gear and a low tailplane.  This aircraft is powered with a Lycoming AEIO-540-D4D5 six cylinder, four-stroke, air-cooled piston aircraft engine producing 260 hp (194 kW).

KF Defence Programs, a division of KF Aerospace, operates the Contracted Flying Training and Support (CFTS) Training Centre located at Portage la Prairie/Southport Airport in Southport, Manitoba.

 (Ridernation Photo)

G-120A Grob, C-FPFM, on a CFTS training flight.

 (Ridernation Photo)

 KF Aerospace Grob 120-A Basic Trainer, Reg. No. C-FPFJ, flown by the RCAF.

 (Mike Kaehler Photo)

 KF Aerospace Grob 120-A Basic trainer, Reg. No. C-FPFJ, out of 3 CFFTS, Southport (Portage la Praire, Manitoba).