The Fleet Fawn had an American origin. Originally designed by Consolidated Aircraft Limited, the company then acquired Fleet Aircraft. The aircraft had conventional construction for the period with a welded steel-tube fuselage and composite metal, wood and fabric design features.
The RCAF acquired the aircraft type as an elementary trainer. In service, the aircraft went through progressive updates and enhancements. A variety of engines were fitted, and a fuselage belly tank and a fixed cockpit enclosure or "coupe top" with hinged sides were optional features. In the ...
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