CAHS Journal 58–2 (Summer 2020)
ISSN 1207 – 1978
The British Air Ministry Winter Trials in Canada 3:
The Westland Wapiti Army Cooperation and General Purpose Aircraft
Using what survives of the documentary record, Carl Vincent illuminates the previously enigmatic winter trials to which this otherwise well-known interwar type was subjected in the early 1930s.
Wooden Wings Over the Wilderness 9: The MacKenzie Air Service Fokkers
This instalment in the series covers the Great Depression era start-up of Leigh Brintnell’s enterprise and its three wooden-winged Fokkers. By Clark Seaborn.
Scale Drawings by the author: Fokker Super Universal Fuselage Sections & Cockpit Details.
Photo Sidebar: MacKenzie Air Service – A brief photo essay.
By Terry Higgins & various photo contributors
Floatplanes on Ice: An Unconventional Beech 18 Operation
Given the seasonal nature of their trade, seeing any typical Canadian bushplane type operating on wheels, skis, or floats is nothing new, unless… By Kurt Ariano.
History in Brief: The Beechcraft Model 18 in Canada – A very brief overview.
By Terry Higgins
Sidney Cotton: An Adventure in Newfoundland Part 2
Thomas Singfield completes his chronicles of the famous pioneer aviator’s foray in Newfoundland and finishes up with a brief account of his subsequent life in aviation.
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As of 2 February 2024, the digital edition of Volume 58 Number 2 has been revised to include a correction to the table on page 80.
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