Title:  Canadair CL-215 

The CL-215 first flew in 1967 and is the first aircraft developed from the outset as a water bomber. It is also one of the few large amphibious aircraft to be produced in reasonable numbers since WW2. Approximately 125 examples had been built when it was superseded in production by a more modern turbo-prop powered variant. Subsequently several programs have been developed to update the CL-215 itself with turboprop engines and updated avionics and improved structures.

This title contains the flight manual for the CL-215 along with a manufacturer’s training manual giving a complete technical description of the aircraft. The files have been scanned from the original flight manuals and retain any colour pages.



This title contains:

  • Manufacturer’s Airplane Flight Manual for the Canadair CL-215, Product Support Publication No 191 dated 7-3-69 at Rev 20 dated 22-8-84 with approx. 261 pages.
  • Manufacturer’s Pilot Training Guide for the Canadair CL-215, dated July 1986 with approx. 309 pages. (Contains a complete technical description of the aircraft with many fold-out illustrations.)