Fairchild Husky

Husky CF-EIR was the last Fairchild F-11 Husky ever built and was acquired by the Centre in 1994.

Beginning its career with Nickel Belt Airways of Sudbury, it later was used by the Saskatchewan government, Sherritt Gordon Mines, Northland Airways, Island Lake Flying Services and Watson Lake Flying. It’s career ended when it crashed near Copper Bluff, B.C. in 1976. It was obtained by the CBHC from the Western Canada Aviation Museum and is currently being restored.


Registration: CF-EIR
Model: Fairchild F-11 Husky
Operator: Island Lake Flying Services
Wingspan: 54′ 9″
Length: 38′
Engine: 450hp PW R-985

Closed - July 1st.

In observance of Canada Day.