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Avro Canada CF-105 Arrow. A plane that exceeded all expectations. The program was mysteriously cancelled by the Canadian government and all aircraft were destroyed.

A plane that exceeded all expectations. The program was mysteriously cancelled by the Canadian government and all aircraft were destroyed.

Avro Arrow in flight, 1957

The Avro Arrow shown in flight in 1958 was designed to defend Canada against bomber attacks from the Soviet Union.

Avro Arrow

The cancelled Avro Canada Arrow, Canada’s first and only indigenous supersonic interceptor.

Avro Canada CF-105 Arrow RL204 ca1958

A delta-winged interceptor aircraft that was the pride of Avro and Canada. Introduced on 4 October It may have been capable of Mach Mysteriously cancelled 20 February 1959 under much controversy and put Avro out of business.

Avro Canada CF-105 Arrow (1958) by James C. Floyd.

Avro Arrow - Photo Gallery Being shopped in Canada again as an alternative to the obviously updated with our stealth tech.

Avro CF-105 Arrow (1959) Look at how big it was in comparison with the people! This aircraft was so advanced there was a lot of politics from America and here in Canada. The project was scrapped. Many of the engineers found jobs with NASA and Northrop and others. Alas! what might have been.

Avro Arrow: Lost models draw Arrowheads to search lake relentlessly

A crowd surrounds the Avro Arrow in a photo taken before the Canadian government abruptly ended the project and ordered the built planes destroyed.

Resurrect the Arrow: A made-in Canada solution to the F-35 problem.

The photo above is of two examples of the Arrow, also known as the Avro Arrow, a supersonic jet fighter designed, built and tested here in Canada in the mid-late It was a milestone in Canadian aviation and a great success for our.

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