Rare photo of Avro Arrow

The Avro Canada Arrow was a delta-winged interceptor aircraft designed and built by Avro Canada. Rare photo of Avro Arrow

B25 Mitchell Bomber, Royal Canadian Air Force aircraft.

WWll era piston-engined aircraft for your viewing pleasure

Avro Arrow: A 1950's Canadian supersonic all-weather interceptor that was way ahead of its time..

Avro Arrow: A Canadian supersonic all-weather interceptor that was way ahead of its time.

Avro Arrow in flight, 1957

1957 Avro Canada Arrow (This pic has nothing to do with trains but I I'm saving it here for now because I'm Canadian !

This has to be a rare photo of several British aircraft... Spitfire, Corsair, Martlet (Wildcat) and Barracuda, and Hurricane (far end).

War Planes This has to be a rare photo. Spitfire, Corsair, wildcat, etc Wow

Polish born Wladyslaw "Spud" Potocki took over Arrow test flights following Jan Zurakowski's retirement from active test flying in Sept 1958. Following emigration to Canada in the early 1950s, Potocki was engaged as a test pilot with "Avro Aircraft Canada Ltd". He accumulated the highest number of hours of the four pilots who flew the first five Arrow aircraft. It was recorded that he reached a speed of Mach 1.9 in one of the Arrows, but it was rumoured that he actually reached Mach 2.0.

Polish born Wladyslaw "Spud" Potocki took over Arrow test flights following Jan Zurakowski's retirement from active test flying in Sept 1958. Following emigration to Canada in the early 1950s, Potocki was engaged as a test pilot with "Avro Aircraft Canada Ltd". He accumulated the highest number of hours of the four pilots who flew the first five Arrow aircraft. It was recorded that he reached a speed of Mach 1.9 in one of the Arrows, but it was rumoured that he actually reached Mach 2.0.

The Canadian CF-105 Avro Arrow

Avro Arrow Model available on Turbo Squid, the world's leading provider of digital models for visualization, films, television, and games.

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