CAHS Journal 57–4 (Winter 2019)
ISSN 1207 – 1978
The British Air Ministry Winter Trials in Canada
1: The Armstrong Whitworth Siskin
Carl Vincent details the origin story of the first Siskin fighter aircraft present in Canada, and the test work they were a part of. This is the first in a series on early RCAF winter trials.
Wooden Wings Over the Wilderness 7: The First Fokker Super Universals in Canada – The Other Six US-Built Examples
The “US imports” side of our Fokker bush planes coverage comes to a close with this chronicle of the service lives of six more machines. Some were brief, some were more enduring. By Clark Seaborn.
Canadair CL-84 – A Canadian Design Odyssey A Canadian Design Odyssey
Part 7: CX-84-1 402 and 403 Final Dispositions.
Bill Upton concludes his comprehensive history of the final two airframes built during this uniquely Canadian aircraft programme. A summary of accomplishments and a surprisingly long list of pilots completes the narrative.
Historical Snapshot: Rockcliffe Test & Development Flight Report No 172: The Civil Airworthiness Trials of the Norseman Floatplane.
The first Noorduyn Norseman is granted an important certification after an incredibly brief day of flight testing with the Air Force’s fledgling test establishment. By Terry Higgins.