Title: Canadair CL-41 Tutor

The Canadair CL-41 Tutor is a side-by-side two seat jet trainer aircraft using a single J85 engine that first flew as a private venture in 1961 and entered RCAF service in 1963. 212 were built and the only export customer was Malaysia which used an armed variant. The type was replaced by the BAe Hawk as the standard RCAF jet trainer in 2000 but remains in service with the Snowbird aerobatic team as at 2016.

To maximise value, this title includes the flight manual for the CL-41 Tutor, known as the CT-114 by the RCAF, along with the flight manual for the T-33 as operated by the RCAF. The files have been scanned from the original flight manuals and retain any colour pages.



This title contains:

  • Canadian Armed Forces Aircraft Operating Instructions for the Canadair CL-41 Tutor (designated CT-114 by the Canadians), EO 05-195A-1 dated 18-1-68, revised to 11-4-73, with approx 114 pages.
  • Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) Aircraft Operating Instructionsfor the T33 Mk 3 (later designated CT-133), EO 05-50C-1 dated 10-7-62, with approx 101 pages. (The last few pages of this manual have some rust staining on them.)