CT-114 Tutor celebrates 58 years
On January 13, 1960, the Canadair CL-41 made its first flight at the Cartierville Airport and it was in 1963 that it entered service with Royal Canadian Air Force as a training aircraft. 212 copies were produced between 1963 and 1967 and it was used by the RCAF as a training aircraft until 2000.
24 are still in use with the CT-114 Tutor designation primarily with the Snowbirds, 431 Air Demonstration Squadron. It is also used by pilots at the Aerospace Technical Test Center in Cold Lake, Alberta.
The CT-114 will soon have 55 years of service, a remarkable aircraft.>>> Follow us on Facebook and Twitter