Title: Canadair CL-28 Argus

The Canadair Argus aircraft was a development of the Bristol Britannia using a new un-pressurised fuselage with two weapons bays, and Wright R-3350 piston engines. 12 Mk 1 versions were built using American APS-20 radar, and 20 Mk 2’s were built using British ASV-1 radar. The prototype first flew in 1957, and all examples had been retired from service by 1981.

This title contains the Canadian Armed Forces flight manual, titled Aircraft Operating Instructions, for the Canadair CP107 (CL-28) Argus, which covers both Mk 1 and Mk 2 versions, along with a manufacturer’s brochure. The files have been scanned from the original flight manuals and retain any colour pages.



This title contains:

  • Canadian Forces (RCAF) Aircraft Operating Instructions for the Canadair CP-107 Argus, EO 05-120A-1 dated 20-1-65, revised to 17-12-69, with approx 240 pages including many fold-out illustrations.
  • Manufacturer’s illustrated colour brochure for the CL-28 Argus, undated with approx 34 pages.