CAHS Journal 58–1 (Spring 2020)
ISSN 1207 – 1978
Wooden Wings Over the Wilderness 8:
The Big Fokker Trimotor – An Unfortunate Mistake
Series author Clark Seaborn tells the very short story of Fokker F.VIIb-3M Trimotor G-CASC.
The British Air Ministry Winter Trials in Canada
2: The Fairey IIIF General Purpose Aircraft
More administrative trial than actual winter trial candidate, the large, elegant-looking single engine Fairey general purpose machine finds no real purpose in Canada. By Carl Vincent.
Forin Edgar Johnson:
The Story of an Early Canadian Homebuilder Pilot and His Aircraft
He was one of the many young Canadians who caught the aviation bug in the post First World War years. – and he flew some rare aeroplanes, including one of the earliest registered homebuilts in the country. By Teresa Fowell
One-O-Wonder: The CF-101 Voodoo in Canadian Service, Part 2
Tony Stachiw’s account concludes with a description of the finish and markings changes applied to the “second fleet,” surviving airframe dispositions, and a summary of the losses incurred across both batches of aircraft received from the USA.
Sidney Cotton: An Adventure in Newfoundland Part 1
UK-based researcher and author Thomas Singfield chronicles the famous pioneer aviator’s enterprises and escapades in Newfoundland in the not so roaring 1920s.