Tag Archives: RCAF

Avro Arrow – Nuclear Demise?

Over the decades much has been written about the demise of the delta winged CF-105 Avro Arrow.  There is a great deal of mystery surrounding this magnificent aircraft.  Conspiracy theories abound.  While more terrestrial reasons for its cancellation are most likely – high cost, government incompetence or personnel antipathy, I did come across a passage […]

CF-100 Restored to Fly?

After seeing the privately owned Sea Harrier wow the crowd during the latest instalment of the Toronto International Air Show, one has to wonder why there isn’t a fully restored CF 100 flying in Canada.  With so many jet fighters restored and flying throughout North America and Europe, I think its time  the venerable Avro […]

New Cockpit Photos

Coming up in September I will be joining my partner in crime, Dan Patterson for another photo shot at the Canada Aviation and Space Museum, Ottawa.  Dan will be shooting the collections aircraft cockpits.  As one of the world’s première aviation photographers, Dan has developed a new technique to photograph an aircraft cockpit without the […]