Canadair YUKON CC-106
Canadair acquired the licence to produce the Britol Britannia airline in the 1950s. They first used the licence to build the then state-of-the-art CP-107 Argus Anti-Submarine/Maritime Patrol aircraft, that combined the Britannia's wing and tail sections with a new fuselage and engines.
When the RCAF issued a requirement for the replacement of the Canadair North Star transport, Canadair began working on a long range transport based on the Britannia. The RCAF's designation was the CC-106 Yukon, while the company's civilian variant was known as the CL-44.
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