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The RFC/RAF in Canada
C101 to C375
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    Designer Manufacturer basic designation variant or model comments
C 101 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) Canadian built prototype.  Orginally delivered with almost no dihedral.
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Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian)  
C 109 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) Registered as G-CABL to I. Proctor of Hamilton, Ontario on 31 May 1920.  He was one of the owners of the Canadian Aero Film Company.  Destroyed when this company's hanger burnt on 12 September 1921.
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Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian)  
C 116 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) transferred to US ASC July 1918; sold back to Curtiss postwar
C 117 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian)  
C 118 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) Transferred to US ASC July 1918; sold back to Curtiss postwar.  With DeVere Aviaiton of Truro, NS when it felw the first airmail in the Canadian maritimes in 1919.  Still with this company when it became Eastern Canada Air Lines.  Registered as G-CAAV to ECAL on 8 June 1920.  Scrapped by 1 April 1924, when registration lapsed.
C 119 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) named "Lundy's Lane"
C 120 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) May have been registered post war to R and W Air Services of Montreal, PQ on 12 July 1920 as G-CADE, exact identity of this aircraft not clear.
C 121 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian)  
C 122 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) Conflicting Canadian civil register records.  To civil register as G-CAAK on 10 May 1920, to Holbrook and MacLeod of Hanna, Alberta.  To Johnson Aerial Service of Kindersley, Saskatchewan.  Destroyed in forced landing at Calgary, Alberta on 28 June 1923.  Also reported as registered as G-CABK, to Canadian Aero Film Company of Toronto, Ontario on 31 May 1920.  Destroyed when this company's hanger at Burlington, Ontario burnt on 12 September 1921.
C 123 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) Registered as G-CADF on 21 July 1920 to Price Brothers & Company of Chicoutimi West, PQ on 21 July 1920.  Offered for sale in the June 1921 issue of Aviation News.  To Laurentian Air Services of St. Jovite, PQ on 9 July 1922.   Registration cancelled on 30 April 1924.
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Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian)  
C 130 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) named "Lundy's Lane 25 July 1814"
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Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian)  
C 138 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) named "City of Toronto"
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Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian)  
C 144 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) Registered as G-CABO to McCall Aero Corporation of Calgary, Alberta on 13 July 1920. Damged beyond repair on 10 August 1920.
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Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian)  
C 148 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) Post war owners included Dr. W.W. Irwin.  Canadian register records builder as "F.G. Ericson", an Ontario aircraft dealer.  Registered on 15 July 1920 as G-CABW to Western Airplane Company of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, who purchased the aircraft from Dr. Irwin.
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Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian)  
C 162 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) Registered as G-CABE to McCarthy Aero Service of Toronto, Ontario on 19 May 1920.  Operated from Leaside and New Liskeard airports.  Registration cancelled on 30 April 1924.
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Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian)  
C 171 Curtiss Curtiss Aeroplanes, Buffalo JN JN-4  
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Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian)  
C 182 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) transferred to US ASC July 1918; sold back to Curtiss postwar
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Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian)  
C 187 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) Registered to MacDonald & Christian of Wallaceburg, G43Ontario as G-CABJ on 28 May 1920.  Company name changed to MacDonald Aero Service shortly after.  Registration cancelled on 30 April 1924, aircraft was in storage by then.  Registered to R.G. Trenholme of Windsor, Ontario on 5 September 1926.  To J.H. Murray of Ford City, Ontario on 17 September 1926.  Registration lapsed on 31 July 1927.
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Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian)  
C 197 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) named "Queenston"; transferred to US ASC July 1918; sold back to Curtiss postwar.  Purchased by Bishop-Barker Airplanes Ltd.  Registered as G-CAAN to E.A. Alton of Winnipeg, Manitoba on 18 May 1920.  Destroyed in wind storm on 7 February 1921, when it broke loose from tie downs and was blown into trees.
C 198 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian)  
C 199 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian)  
C 200 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) transferred to US ASC July 1918; sold back to Curtiss postwar
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Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian)  
C 204 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) transferred to US ASC July 1918; sold back to Curtiss postwar
C 205 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) transferred to US ASC July 1918; sold back to Curtiss postwar
C 206 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4 (Canadian) To Civil register as G-CAAG, to Pacific Aviation Co. of Vancouver, BC on 27 April 1920.  To J. Scott-Williams of Vancouver on 24 August 1921.  Registration lapsed on 30 April 1924.
C 207 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian)  
C 208 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) transferred to US ASC July 1918; sold back to Curtiss postwar
C 209 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian)  
C 210 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) Transferred to US ASC July 1918; sold back to Curtiss postwar.  To Canadian civil register, as G-CAAA, on 20 April 1920 when it was registered to Aerial Service Company of Regina, Saskatchewan.  To R.J. Groome of Regina on 18 October 1923.  To O.H. Clearwater of Shaunavon, Saskatchewan on 10 June 1926.  Crashed at Shaunavon on 30 June 1926, when pilot R.A. Hawman fell out of the aircraft during an inverted spin.
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Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) transferred to US ASC July 1918; sold back to Curtiss postwar
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Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian)  
C 224 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) transferred to US ASC July 1918; sold back to Curtiss postwar
C 225 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian)  
C 226 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) named "Queenston"
C 227 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian)  
C 228 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) Passed to Canadian Ministry of Militia at end of war.  Later passed to Air Board, operated as G-CYDV.
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Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian)  
C 240 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) Passed to Canadian Ministry of Militia at end of war.  Later passed to Air Board, operated as G-CYDC.
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Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian)  
C 247 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) named "Lundy's Lane"
C 248 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian)  
C 249 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) Named "Edmonton".  Registered as G-CADC to Northern Canada Traders Limited of Ottawa, Ontario no 23 July 1920.  Based at Bowesville, Ontario.  Certification cancelled on 20 October 1921, placed in storage.  Registered to B. McConnell of Ford City, Ontario on 25 June 1926.  Certificate suspended on 1 October 1926.
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C 253 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) Named "Mercer June 13 1916".  Probably named for Major General M.S. Mercer, CB, commander of the Third Division, Canadian Army, who died in France on 3 June 1916 in an artillery barrage.  His body was not recovered until 13 June 1916, and this was originally announced as his date of death.
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Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian)  
C 264 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) Passed to Canadian Ministry of Militia at end of war.  Later passed to Air Board, operated as G-CYDW.
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Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian)  
C 268 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) named "Montreal"
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C 274 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) named "Mercer June 3rd, 1812"
C 275 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian)  
C 276 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian)  
C 277 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) named "Lundy's Lane 25th July 1814"
C 278 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) named "City of Toronto"
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C 282 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) Named "Winnipeg".  Used in 1918 by RAF for air mail trials.  Flew mail from Montreal to Leaside in Toronto, via Kingston and Deseronto.  Registered on 18 May 1920 to Canadian Aircraft Company of Winnipeg, Manitoba.  Registration cancelled on 30 April 1924, aircraft reported in storage.  Registration application on  22 February 1930 by Mr. Blakely of Winnipeg, not taken up.
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Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian)  
C 290 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) Transferred to US ASC July 1918; sold back to Curtiss postwar.  Registered as G-CAAW to Eastern Canada Air Lines of Halifax, NS on 8 June 1920.  Scrapped by 1 April 1924, when registration lapsed.
C 291 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) Registered as G-CAAP to Winnipeg Airco Limited on 19 May 1920.  Destroyed by fire in July 1921.
C 292 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) Passed to Canadian Ministry of Militia at end of war.  Later passed to Air Board, operated as G-CYDD.
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C 296 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) named "City of Toronto"
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C 300 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) transferred to US ASC July 1918; sold back to Curtiss postwar
C 301 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian)  
C 302 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) transferred to US ASC July 1918; sold back to Curtiss postwar
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C 306 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) transferred to US ASC July 1918; sold back to Curtiss postwar
C 307 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) named "Montreal"; transferred to US ASC July 1918; sold back to Curtiss postwar
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Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) transferred to US ASC July 1918; sold back to Curtiss postwar
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Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian)  
C 318 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) Operated on skis.
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C 324 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) named "Winnipeg"
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C 330 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) named "Winnipeg"
C 331 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian)  
C 332 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian)  
C 333 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) named "MacDonnell"
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Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) To Texas for winter training 1917 / 1918.  Transferred to US ASC July 1918, retained RFC serial number in US service.  Sold back to Curtiss postwar.
C 350 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) To Texas for winter training 1917 / 1918.  Transferred to US ASC July 1918, retained RFC serial number in US service.
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Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) To Texas for winter training 1917 / 1918.  Transferred to US ASC July 1918, retained RFC serial number in US service.  Sold back to Curtiss postwar.
C 356 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) To Texas for winter training 1917 / 1918.  Transferred to US ASC July 1918, retained RFC serial number in US service.
C 357 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) To Texas for winter training 1917 / 1918.  Transferred to US ASC July 1918, retained RFC serial number in US service.  Sold back to Curtiss postwar.
C 358 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) To Texas for winter training 1917 / 1918.  Transferred to US ASC July 1918, retained RFC serial number in US service.
C 359 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) To Texas for winter training 1917 / 1918.  Transferred to US ASC July 1918, retained RFC serial number in US service.
C 360 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) To Texas for winter training 1917 / 1918.  Transferred to US ASC July 1918, retained RFC serial number in US service.  Sold back to Curtiss postwar.
C 361 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) To Texas for winter training 1917 / 1918.  Transferred to US ASC July 1918, retained RFC serial number in US service.
C 362 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) To Texas for winter training 1917 / 1918.  Transferred to US ASC July 1918, retained RFC serial number in US service.
C 363 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) To Texas for winter training 1917 / 1918.  Transferred to US ASC July 1918, retained RFC serial number in US service.  Sold back to Curtiss postwar.
C 364 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) To Texas for winter training 1917 / 1918.  Transferred to US ASC July 1918, retained RFC serial number in US service.  Sold back to Curtiss postwar.
C 365 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) To Texas for winter training 1917 / 1918.  Transferred to US ASC July 1918, retained RFC serial number in US service.
C 366 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) To Texas for winter training 1917 / 1918.  Transferred to US ASC July 1918, retained RFC serial number in US service.  Sold back to Curtiss postwar.
C 367 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) named "MacDonnell Oct 13, 1812"
C 368 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) named "City of Toronto"
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C 375 Curtiss Canadian Aeroplanes Limited, Toronto JN JN-4(Canadian) named "Montreal"

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