At The End Of The Final Line: A Brief History of Aircraft Manufacturing at Canadian Vickers and Canadair from 1923 to 1984

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At The End Of The Final Line: A Brief History of Aircraft Manufacturing at Canadian Vickers and Canadair from 1923 to 1984
Abstract
In 1912, the Canadian Vickers Shipyard was established in the east-end of Montreal. In 1920, the company was declared perfect for assembling seaplanes, and later land planes. A new plant was built in the Montreal suburb of St. Laurent, where land-based aircraft construction continued until 1984 under the Canadair name.
Place
Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, QC
Publisher
Shoreline
Date
2006
Language
en
Citation
Campbell, Patrick J. At The End Of The Final Line: A Brief History of Aircraft Manufacturing at Canadian Vickers and Canadair from 1923 to 1984. Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, QC: Shoreline, 2006.
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