1915 Nieuport 11

1915 Nieuport 11

The Nieuport 11 at the Saskatchewan Aviation Museum is a replica 7/8th scale aircraft. Number #1 squadron, Royal Flying Corps received Nieuport 11’s as a gift from the French air force, which was re-equipping with SPAD fighters. The Germans admired the Nieuport and...
1952 North American Harvard Mk. IV

1952 North American Harvard Mk. IV

In Canada, Harvard Mk. IIBs were used as advanced trainers. They helped pilots make to the transition from low powered primary trainers to high-performance front-line fighters such as the Spitfire* or Mosquito*. A total of 20,110 Harvard’s was built between 1938 and...
1960 deHavilland CS-2F Tracker

1960 deHavilland CS-2F Tracker

HMCS Bonaventure was Canada’s last aircraft carrier in-service. When Canada acquired the Tracker it was assumed the Bonaventure would operate the US – built Grumman Tracker. However that aircraft was about 11 ¾ inches too long to be accommodated by the deck elevators...
1943 Douglas C47A-35-DL (Dakota) DC-3

1943 Douglas C47A-35-DL (Dakota) DC-3

Serial # 9813    Manufactured: 1943 “Lynda Jean” C-FCQT Douglas C-47A, serial number 42-23951 began life in the Douglas aircraft factory at Long Beach California in 1942 and was delivered to the United States Army Air Corps.  The aircraft that would...
1943 Fairchild M62A-3 (Cornell)

1943 Fairchild M62A-3 (Cornell)

From early 1942 to 1945, 2,853 Cornell’s had been built.  The Cornell featured a fabric-covered welded steel tube fuselage. The remainder of the aircraft used plywood construction, with a plywood-sheathed center section, outer wing panels and tail assembly. The...
1956 deHavilland DHC-1B-2-S5 Chipmunk

1956 deHavilland DHC-1B-2-S5 Chipmunk

Replaced the legendary Tiger Moth in October 1945.  A total of 1,283 de Havilland Chipmunks were produced between 1946 and 1958. The Chipmunk was designed and built in Canada. But the Royal Air Force discovered the Chipmunk and realized it was the ideal...