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Static Aircraft DisplaysWaco VKS-7F - Ottawa, Ontario

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The Museum's VKS-7F was built in 1942 and is one of the last cabin biplanes built by Waco. Imported to Canada in 1959, ownership passed through four Canadians before the aircraft was donated to the Museum in 2008.

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location: Ontario, Canada

date approved: 7/18/2019

last visited: never

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Static Aircraft DisplaysRoyal Aircraft Factory B.E.2C - Ottawa, Ontario

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This Royal Aircraft Factory B.E. 2 was built in 1915 by the British and Colonial Aeroplane Company Limited. Misidentified as a B.E.2c fighter, the Museum's conservation team re-discovered the aircraft's true identity during restoration.

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location: Ontario, Canada

date approved: 7/18/2019

last visited: never

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Static Aircraft DisplaysHispano HA–1112–M1L BUCHÓN - Ottawa, Ontario

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A late decision was taken to restore this Spanish-built version of the Messerschmitt Bf 109 so it could be displayed in the new museum. Because of the need to re-engine the machine, this being a substantial job, it has not yet been done.

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location: Ontario, Canada

date approved: 7/18/2019

last visited: never

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Static Aircraft DisplaysGrumman G-21A Goose II - Ottawa, Ontario

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This Goose was manufactured by Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation in 1944, as part of a U.S. Navy contract. It was acquired by the RCAF that same year, then transferred to the RCMP in 1946. It was donated to the Museum in 1995.

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location: Ontario, Canada

date approved: 7/18/2019

last visited: never

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Static Aircraft Displaysde Havilland D.H.98 Mosquito B XX - Ottawa, Ontario

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Manufactured in 1944, this Mosquito, a Mk XX bomber, was built by de Havilland Canada. It was acquired by the RCAF in June 1944. Placed in storage in 1964, it was then transferred to the RCAF's historic aircraft collection at Rockliffe airport.

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location: Ontario, Canada

date approved: 7/18/2019

last visited: never

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Static Aircraft DisplaysSopwith Triplane - Ottawa, Ontario

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The Museum's Triplane is a reproduction built by American amateur airplane-maker Carl R. Swanson between 1963 and 1966. The Museum purchased it in 1966, and provided and installed its Clerget 9B rotary engine.

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location: Ontario, Canada

date approved: 7/18/2019

last visited: never

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Static Aircraft DisplaysNorth American TB-25L Mitchell 3PT - Ottawa, Ontario

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North American Aviation Incorporated in Kansas City manufactured this Mitchell as a B-25J for the United States Army Air Forces in 1945. It was taken on strength by the RCAF in 1952 and became part of the Museum's collection in 1964.

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location: Ontario, Canada

date approved: 7/18/2019

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Static Aircraft DisplaysWaco 10 (GXE) - Ottawa, Ontario

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This Waco 10, built in 1928, was purchased by C. Lee Nelson who flew the aircraft in Indiana and Ohio. It was then purchased by Canadian company Leavens Aviation Incorporated in 1977. The Leavens family donated the Waco to the Museum in 2000.

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location: Ontario, Canada

date approved: 7/18/2019

last visited: never

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Static Aircraft DisplaysHawker Sea Fury FB.11 - Ottawa, Ontario

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This Sea Fury was manufactured by Hawker Aircraft Limited in Kingston, United Kingdom in 1948. It was purchased by Bancroft Industries Limited of Montreal in 1956. They then donated to it to the Museum in 1963.

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location: Ontario, Canada

date approved: 7/18/2019

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Static Aircraft DisplaysQuickie - Ottawa, Ontario

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The kit for this Quickie was manufactured by Quickie Aircraft Corporation of Mojave, California around 1983. The Quickie flew a total of 135 hours over the course of six years. The aircraft was donated to the Museum in 1990.

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location: Ontario, Canada

date approved: 7/17/2019

last visited: never

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Static Aircraft DisplaysCessna Crane - Ottawa, Ontario

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This Crane was manufactured by Cessna Aircraft Company, Inc., at Wichita, Kansas in 1941. From 1950 to 1962 it was stored in Macdonald, Manitoba. In 1964, it was shipped to the Rockliffe aircraft collection then transferred to the Museum in 1965.

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location: Ontario, Canada

date approved: 7/17/2019

last visited: never

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Static Aircraft DisplaysLockheed L-12A Electra Junior - Ottawa, Ontario

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This aircraft was the only 12 model to be registered in Canada before the Second World War. The Museum added this aircraft to the collection when it was retired in 1963 after more than twenty-five years of work.

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location: Ontario, Canada

date approved: 7/17/2019

last visited: never

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Static Aircraft DisplaysCurtiss Kittyhawk I - Ottawa, Ontario

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The Museum's Kittyhawk was manufactured by the Curtiss-Wright Corporation in 1942 for the RAF, but was diverted to the RCAF on March 23, 1942. It was transferred by the RCAF to the Museum in 1964 after being in storage in Vulcan, Alberta.

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location: Ontario, Canada

date approved: 7/17/2019

last visited: never

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Static Aircraft DisplaysMcDonnell F2H-3 Banshee - Ottawa, Ontario.

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The McDonnell F2H-3 Banshee was the first Canadian fighter aircraft with air-to-air missiles: the AIM-9 Sidewinder. The aircraft was donated to the Canadian War Museum in 1965. It later became the property of the Canada Aviation and Space Museum.

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location: Ontario, Canada

date approved: 7/16/2019

last visited: never

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Static Aircraft DisplaysAvro Canada CF-105 Arrow 2 - Ottawa, Ontario

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Five CF-105 Arrows were technical masterpieces at the forefront of aviation engineering when built, but all were destroyed and scrapped in 1959. The Museum possesses the largest surviving piece of an Avro Arrow: its nose section.

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location: Ontario, Canada

date approved: 7/16/2019

last visited: 7/16/2019

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Static Aircraft DisplaysInsitu Scan Eagle - Ottawa, Ontario

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This ScanEagle unmanned aircraft was donated to the Canada Aviation and Space Museum by Insitu, in collaboration with Boeing. ScanEagle production aircraft #687 flew 2,000 flight hours supporting the missions of Canadian forces in Afghanistan.

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location: Ontario, Canada

date approved: 7/16/2019

last visited: never

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Static Aircraft DisplaysCanadair CT-114 Tutor - Ottawa, Ontario

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This aircraft joined a new precision formation aerobatic team to celebrate Canada's Centennial year and was assigned to RCAF pilot S/L B.K. Doyle. Canadair Tutor 114155 is currently suspended from the ceiling at the Museum's main entrance.

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location: Ontario, Canada

date approved: 7/16/2019

last visited: never

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Static Aircraft DisplaysSnowbird - Ornithopter - Ottawa, Ontario

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The Snowbird was the world's first successful human powered ornithopter. Todd Reichert flew the ornithopter at the Great Lakes Gliding Club in Tottenham, Ontario - sustaining flight for 19 seconds. It has now joined the Museum's aircraft collection.

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location: Ontario, Canada

date approved: 7/16/2019

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Static Aircraft DisplaysÉpervier X-01 Airplane - Ottawa, Ontario

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This is the first Canadian airplane to be designed and constructed by students. It was built from scratch by 12 mechanical engineering students from the University of Sherbrooke.

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location: Ontario, Canada

date approved: 7/16/2019

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Static Aircraft DisplaysBombardier Challenger 604 - Ottawa, Quebec

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This Challenger was manufactured by Canadair Limited in Montreal in 1979. Bombardier donated the aircraft to the Museum in 2005. It was flown to Rockcliffe airport in 2006. It is the second oldest Challenger in existence.

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location: Ontario, Canada

date approved: 7/16/2019

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Static Aircraft DisplaysAvro Avian IVM - Ottawa, Ontario

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The Museum's Avro Avian was delivered from the U.K. to the RCAF in April 1930. After being in storage during World War II, it was sold to Charles Graffo who then bequeathed it to the Museum in 1968.

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location: Ontario, Canada

date approved: 7/15/2019

last visited: never

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Static Aircraft DisplaysDe Havilland D.H. 80A Puss Moth - Ottawa, Ontario

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The aircraft on display was brought to Canada in 1969 and finished in the registration and colours of a 1932 Puss Moth flown by Mrs Louise Jenkins of Charlottetwon, Prince Edward Island. It was purchased by the museum in 1976.

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location: Ontario, Canada

date approved: 7/15/2019

last visited: 7/16/2019

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Static Aircraft DisplaysDe Havilland D.H. 60X Moth - Ottawa, Ontario

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The Museum's Moth was built in the United Kingdom in 1928, and was delivered to Canada that same year. This aircraft is a Cirrus Moth, the prototype and earliest version of the Moth. It was donated to the Museum in May 1962.

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location: Ontario, Canada

date approved: 7/15/2019

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Static Aircraft Displaysde Havilland D.H.83C Fox Moth - Ottawa, Ontario

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Built in Canada in 1947, this Fox Moth was owned by a number of operators before Maxwell Ward (founder of Wardair Inc.), purchased it in the 1980s. The aircraft on display was donated to the museum by Maxwell W. Ward.

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location: Ontario, Canada

date approved: 7/15/2019

last visited: 7/16/2019

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Static Aircraft DisplaysTravel Air 2000 - Ottawa, Ontario

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Manufactured in 1929, this Travel Air 2000 was purchased by Janney Aircraft and Boats Ltd. of Kingston, Ontario. Mr. Keith Hopkinson, of Goderich, Ontario, purchased it in 1958. It was later sold to the Museum by Mrs. K.G. Hopkinson.

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location: Ontario, Canada

date approved: 7/15/2019

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