Title: Canadair CC-106 Yukon

The Canadair company in Montreal, Canada acquired the rights to licence produce the Bristol Britannia. The first use for this was a piston-engine powered variant for maritime reconnaissance, the CL-28 Argus. The company next produced a transport very similar to the Bristol aircraft known by the RCAF as the CC-106 Yukon. Only 12 examples were produced, the first example flying in 1959. A large order for the USAF was cancelled due to political complications on both sides of the border.

To maximise value, this title contains the Flight Manuals for both the Yukon and a later civil version known as the CL-44, along with a nice manufacturer’s brochure on the CL44. The Flight Manuals have been scanned from the original manuals and retain any colour pages.


This title contains:

  • Canadian Forces (RCAF) Aircraft Operating Instructions for the Yukon, EO 05-155A-1 dated 29-4-66 revised to 30-1-70, with approx. 427 pages.
  • Canadair Manufacturers Operating Manual for the CL44J (A stretched variant of the CL44 produced especially for the Icelandic airline Loftleideir for passenger transport), Service Publication No 189 dated between January 1961 and March 1966, with approx. 934 pages.
  • Manufacturer’s colour brochure for the Canadair Forty-Four, Publication No 112 dated October 1959 with approx. 28 pages.