Modern Arrow Projects and Displays
   AVRO
AIRCRAFT LIMITED
MALTON-ONTARIO
TECHNICAL     DEPARTMENT    
(Aircraft)
S
E C R E T
 
 
 Modern
Arrow Projects and Displays
ARROW
RECOVERY CANADA
    Arrow
Recovery Canada is a registered non profit corporation that
is dedicated to recovering the lost Arrow Free Flight Models
from Lake Ontario. When recovered these models, which are historical
artifacts, will be assigned to Canadian Aviation Museums. The
group is also licensed by the Ontario government and a member
of CAPA, (Canadian Aviation Perservation Association). We are
also proud to promote only accurate Avro and Arrow information.
AVRO
MUSEUM PROJECT
-construction
of 75% flying Arrow
- the operation of the A.V.Roe Heritage Museum
    Inspired
by the untold achievements of A. V. Roe Canada, we have preserved
Canadian history through the development of a Heritage Museum
and construction of a replica CF-105 Avro Arrow aircraft.
The
"Dream Denied" traveling Avro Arrow exhibit, created
by the West
Parry Sound District Museum.
This display is outstanding and consists of multiple story
boards and artifacts.
Exhibit
Schedule
The display schedule is not available at this time.
TORONTO
AEROSPACE MUSEUM
     They
have constructed a full scale museum quality 'interpretation'
of the Avro Arrow CF-105 Mk 1, #25203. This major project is the central display for the Toronto Aerospace Museum.
    The model has been designed to replicate
the shape and outside details of the Arrow. It is a "must see" aviation display and major tourist destination for the City of Toronto.
>>VISIT THE TAM WEBSITE FOR MORE INFO<<
CANADIAN
WARPLANE HERITAGE MUSEUM
Canada's
Flying Museum. The CWH Museum has dedicated its Mynarski Memorial
Avro Lancaster to the memory of Pilot Officer Andrew Charles
Mynarski, VC, of 419 (Moose) Squadron, 6 (RCAF) Group.
   CWH displays the two J-75 P&W engines
that powered the RL-202, and the PS-13 Iroquois B-47 flight
test engine
CANADA
AVIATION MUSEUM
Canada's
National Aviation Museum in Ottawa is the most complete archive
of Canadian Aviation.
Displays the nose of the Arrow RL206 and other artifacts. Also
has the nose of the C102 Avro Jetliner, CF-100, Avro Lancaster,
and much more.
ZURAKOWSKI
PARK PROJECT
The Township of Madawaska Valley proudly announces the new
Zurakowski Park Project which is being built to honour local
resident and world-renowned test pilot Janusz Zurakowski.
The most notable aircraft tested by Zura was the Canadian
supersonic interceptor known as the CF-105 Avro Arrow.
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