CAHS Journal 56-1 (Spring 2018)
Wooden Wings over the Wilderness 1: The First Fokker Bushplanes in Canada
The first in a series by aviator/historian/aircraft restorer Clark Seaborn, chronicling the
wooden-winged Fokker monoplanes – a significant family of bushplanes used during the
formative years of Canadian commercial aviation.
On to Oslo – The Transatlantic Misadventures of a Bellanca and a Stinson
An account of two of the many west-to-east attempts to cross the North Atlantic
originating in the USA and staging through Newfoundland. Both ended in failure, one
more tragic than the other. By Elizabeth Vincent.
More on the Relief Landing Fields – The Forgotten Fields of the BCATP
John Higenbottam provides an update on his account of The Plan’s Relief Landing Fields,
complete with revised tables and a section on thier use for Standard Beam Approach
Canadair CL-84 – A Canadian Design Odyssey Part 1: Concepts and Contraptions
Canadair type and technology curator Bill Upton provides an illustrated history of one of
Canadian aviation industry’s little oddities, the tilt-wing CL-84 Dynavert.
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