Canadian Museum of Flight
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The Canadian Museum of Flight is an aircraft museum at the Langley Airport in Langley, British Columbia, Canada. The museum has about 20 peace-time and war-time motor airplanes, gliders, and helicopters to see, six of which can still fly.
Aircraft[change | change source]
List of aircraft displayed :
- Avro Canada CF-100 Canuck Mk.3B
- Beechcraft 3NMT Expeditor (C-45)
- Bowlus Bumblebee BB1
- Canadair (Lockheed) T-33AN Silver Star
- Canadair CT-114 Tutor (used by the Snowbirds)
- Canadian Quickie 1 (Homebuilt)
- Conair Firecat
- Douglas DC-3 "CF-PWH" "Spirit of the Skeena"
- de Havilland DH100 Vampire Mk3
- de Havilland DH82C Tiger Moth (Flying condition)
- Fleet 16B Finch MkII (Flying condition)
- Handley Page Hampden
- Lockheed CF-104D Starfighter
- North American Harvard Mk IIB (Flying condition)
- Mignet "Pou du Ciel"
- Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.5a (7/8 Replica) (Flying condition)
- Sikorsky S-55
- Sopwith Camel (Duplicate)
- Struchen Ultralight Helicopter
- Waco AQC-6 (Flying condition)
- Waco INF (Flying condition)
- Westland Lysander Mk III
Other websites[change | change source]
References[change | change source]
- Niles, Russ (7 October 2012). "Firecat Goes To Museum". AVweb. Retrieved 8 October 2012.