Avro CF-105 Arrow nose (RL206).

Avro Canada1958

Canada Aviation and Space Museum

Canada Aviation and Space Museum

The nose of the final Avro CF-105 Arrow produced (but never flown), RL206, is on display in the Canada Aviation and Space Museum’s main gallery.

When all of the aircraft were disassembled in 1959, this piece was saved for use as a pressure chamber at the Institute of Aviation Medicine in Toronto. The Institute donated the nose section to the Museum in 1965.

Other Avro Arrow components in the Museum's collection include two undercarriage legs, an Orenda Iroquois engine, a Pratt & Whitney J75 engine used for test flights, wingtips, and other small parts, along with memorabilia.

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  • Title: Avro CF-105 Arrow nose (RL206).
  • Creator: Avro Canada
  • Date Created: 1958
  • Location: Canada Aviation and Space Museum
  • Location Created: Malton, Ontario, Canada