CT-156 Harvard II

Aircraft
Overview

The CT-156 Harvard II is the aircraft of choice to help new pilots move seamlessly from basic flight training to high-performance jet training.

The Harvard’s performance, advanced cockpit layout and agile handling make it an ideal stepping stone toward advanced training phases. Its fully pressurized cockpit features an electronic flight instrument system and a global positioning system (GPS).

Length 10.18 m
Wingspan 10.21 m
Height 3.25 m
Empty weight 2,971 kg
Maximum speed 575 km/h
Range 834 km
Location Moose Jaw, Sask.
This aircraft is used for Trainer

News

CT156106 Harvard II

CT156106 Harvard II - Epilogue

A student pilot from 2 Canadian Forces Flying Training School conducting solo training on the CT156 Harvard II aircraft experienced the symptoms of a G induced almost-loss of consciousness (A-LOC).
October 24, 2018

CT156 Harvard II accident site

CT156105 Harvard II - Epilogue

A CT156 Harvard II was operating out of 15 Wing Moose Jaw SK, with a two pilot crew from 2CFFTS. The mission was an instructional flight to practice visual sequences including basic aerobatics.
January 27, 2017

A gear up landing was conducted.

CT156115 Harvard II - Epilogue

Two Harvard II Instructor Pilots (IP) from 15 Wing Moose Jaw (IP1- front seat and Aircraft Commander, IP2 - rear seat) were conducting a night cross country proficiency flight to Hillsboro Airport in Oregon, USA.
February 12, 2016

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