The Hangar Flight Museum - Calgary
Most photo's by Michael S. Prophet
At the Airport premisis one can find the Hangar Flight Museum.
Associated Helicopters Sikorsky S-55 Horse, CF-JTI, is preserved in front of the museum.
Sikorsky S-51 Dragonfly.
De Havilland DH-82 Tiger Moth.
Avro Anson Mk. II.
North American Harvard Mk. IV.
De Havilland DH.100 Vampire F Mk. III.
North American F-86 Sabre.
De Havilland DHC-6 Twin Otter.
Left a Bell 47G and on the right side a Beechcraft D18S Expeditor Mk. III.
Douglas DC-3, CF-BZI.
CF-BZI started off as a C-47A, built as 42-108960 for the US Army Air Force during World War II. After the war, it was declared surplus and acquired by Inter-Provincial Pipelines of Canada to act as a general support aircraft for oil pipeline crews. As such, it was often needed to fly into the snowy north of Canada, and as CF-BZI, was fitted with skis. It was sold to Northwest Territorial Airways in 1967, but in 1971, it was badly damaged in a landing accident in bad weather in the Northwest Territories. As CF-BZI was not worth repairing back to flight status, it was donated to the Hangar Flight Museum of Calgary, Alberta. It was restored and continues to wear the livery of Northwest Territorial.
Avro Lancaster Mk. X.
Waco EQC-6 Custom Waco 10 Cabin Series, CF-AZM.
Curtiss JN-4 Jenny.
Long time museum piece, CF-101B Voodoo ‘101021’, was assembled in St. Louis, USA, back in 1957.
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