CP-140 Aurora

Aircraft
Overview

The CP-140 Aurora is a long-range patrol aircraft used for multiple types of missions over land and water.

The Aurora supports a wide variety of roles, including operations management, maritime and overland intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance, anti-submarine and anti-surface warfare, strike coordination, and search and rescue. It can also assist other government agencies to combat, illegal fishing, pollution, drug trafficking, and more.

Length 35.61 m
Wingspan 30.37 m
Height 10.30 m
Maximum gross weight 64,410 kg
Maximum speed 750 km/h
Range 7,400 km
Locations
  • Comox, B.C.
  • Greenwood, N.S.
This aircraft is used for Maritime aviation

News

A four-engine aircraft flies overhead.

Op Nanook: Working with our Arctic Partners

On Op Nanook, RCAF personnel benefit from working with Allied nations and Canadian Arctic partners.
October 6, 2020

A woman in a green flight suit sits at a desk in an aircraft.

Women in Aviation: Lieutenant-Colonel Marie-Claude Osmond

Lieutenant-Colonel Marie-Claude Osmond talks about serving as the commanding officer of a Royal Canadian Air Force Long Range Patrol Squadron.
April 27, 2017

Date modified: