Canadair’s Tutor-Emeritus. Part 1: Design and Development
Canadair retiree Bill Upton draws on up-close personal experience and subsequent research in presenting this uniquely Canadian aeronautical engineering, production, and procurement success story. Part 1 is dedicated to design and development.
Canadair’s Tutor-Emeritus. Part 2: CL-41 Prototype No.1
This installment picks up the Tutor story with the creation, test flying, and demonstration tour of CL-41 prototype No. 1. The rich selection of photos includes two pages of rare colour images of this aircraft. By Bill Upton.
Canadair’s Tutor-Emeritus. Part 3: CL-41 Prototype No. 2 and the CL-41R
Bill Upton’s comprehensive history of the CL-41 continues with coverage of Prototype No. 2, which became the unique CL-41 Radar trainer for most of its active life.
Canadair’s Tutor-Emeritus – Part 4a: CL-41A / CT-114 Tutor
This installment resumes the Tutor story with the aircraft’s Canadian military service, and also details changes made to it, both during production and in-service, along the way. By Bill Upton
Canadair’s Tutor-Emeritus. Part 4b: CL-41A / CT-114 Tutor
This installment continues the coverage of the Tutor’s career in Canadian military service, focussed on RCAF / CAF modification programmes and on the type’s use in specialist units. By Bill Upton.
Canadair’s Tutor-Emeritus. Part 5: The Tutor Aerial Demonstration Teams
This installment focuses on the demonstration team aspect of the Tutor’s career in Canadian military service. By Bill Upton
Canadair’s Tutor-Emeritus – Part 6: The Ground Attack CL-41s
Bill Upton continues his coverage of the enduring Canadair military jet with this account of the ground attack version in prototype and production form.
Canadair’s Tutor-Emeritus: Addendum I – The Civilian CL-41s
This is the first of a short series of three addenda that will conclude Bill Upton’s exhaustive coverage of this iconic Canadian aircraft.
Canadair’s Tutor-Emeritus: Addendum 2 – CL-41 Models & Proposed Variants
Bill Upton winds down the CL-41 Tutor / Tebuan history with a concise examination of the might-have-beens of the line.
A 9-part series of articles By Bill Upton