Canadian Allied Forces museum, has moved to Grootegast in the Northern province of Groningen, and has been renamed Victory Museum. Located together with a museum about printing and about Lego. The Avro Anson is not easy to photograph.
In the summer of 1988, Ontario Express introduced the ATR-42 to Canada. This fourth of the type was delivered February 14, 1989. Sold to Inter-Canadian Airlines in 1998, the aircraft was bought back by the manufacturer in October 2001 after Inter-Canadian ceased flying. It was one of three former Inter-Canadian machines to be placed with First Air, who continue operate 13 of the type.
Designed when Scaled Composites was owned by Beechcraft, the Model 81 Catbird is a high efficiency 5 seat single engine aircraft. Stored from the ceiling of Scaled Composites hangar after the company was bought back by Burt Rutan and his partners, the aircraft was made flyable again in 2011. Holder of several world records, it's has attended several EAA AirVentures since.
In 2016, Viking Air purchased the type certificates to the Canadair/Bombardier CL-215, CL-215T and CL-415. They hope to put the CL-415 back into production once there is enough demand. Pictured doing a multiple air drop demonstration using near by Lake Winnebago as a water source.
Fly In at the Aviodrome with two Lockheed Electra Juniors. NC18130 has recently moved to Germany, and this was its first trip with the new owners. The shiny fuselage shows reflections of the engine, the grass and the photographer. A shame the weather was very grey. The airplane has an interesting history as F-BUIE. Now fitted with a three blade prop.
Built in 1949, this Scan 30 went to Canada in 1954 where it received a Gannet Super Widgeon conversion. Jump to 1997 when the aircraft was re-engined again with a Magnum Widgeon conversion after a 5 and a half year restoration.