In 1982, George T. Richardson, of James A. Richardson & Sons Limited, helped purchase a huge, three-engine, Junkers airplane from a museum in Florida. It was retrofitted by Bristol Aerospace Ltd. into the original single-engine configuration of historic CF-ARM, the flagship aircraft of Canadian Airways Limited, known as “The Flying Boxcar.”


Photo highlights from Open Cockpit Day: Visiting Aircraft Edition

This past weekend we had the privilege of hosting aircraft and pilots from the Commonwealth Air Training Plan Museum in Brandon, Manitoba. We were joined by: Mark Odegard, Chief Pilot at the CATPM: Jeff Bell, Harvard Mark II pilot; Nick …

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What’s new and upcoming at RAMWC?

Here’s a roundup of what’s new and coming up at the Royal Aviation Museum. NEW ARTEFACTS AND DISPLAYS New artefact: Rolls Royce Merlin 620 engine The Rolls-Royce Merlin is one of the most famous aero engines in history. It powered …

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