Note:  Caution must be taken to ensure you do not have a third party scenery installed for the same BCATP location. If you have, it will need to be removed or at least deactivated in the flight simulator scenery library.

 

 

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Release Date
FSX BCATP Stations complete to date 12 February 2011
FSX BCATP FS Recorder Files to date  
FS9 BCATP Stations complete to date 08 February 2011
FS9 BCATP FS Recorder Files  to date  
   

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BCATP   Charts

This download will give you a set of Aviation Charts from the 1940’s.  They stretch across Canada and cover all of the BCATP stations.  They are high resolution would be great for anyone wishing to fly the BCATP stations VFR.  Because of their high resolution the files are very large.  There are 38 charts and the total download is approximately 80mg

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BCATP Overhead Photos

 

This download will give you a set of overhead photographs of many of the BCATP stations. Because of space limitations and download time we have reduced these in size but they still give a nice clear picture of the stations.  These photographs are used with permission of the Commonwealth Air Training Plan Museum in Brandon, Manitoba.

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Air Navigation Schools - ANS
 

Location

Scenery
Completed

Province

School Type

Active Dates

Aircraft Types

Trenton
 (moved to Rivers, Man. May 1942)

 

Ont.

No. 1 ANS

01 Feb 1940 to 23 Nov 1940 Closed Sep 1945

Anson

Pennfield Ridge
(moved to Charlottetown, P.E.I Feb 1944)

 

N.B.

No. 2 ANS

21 Jul 1941 to 30 Apr 1942 Closed 07 Jul 1945

Anson

Port Albert

    
13 Nov 09

Ont.

No. 31 ANS

18 Nov 1940 to 17 Feb 1945

Anson

Charlottetown

 

P.E.I.

No. 32 ANS

18 Aug 1941 to 11 Sep 1942

Anson

Mount Hope

   

28 Sep 09

Ont.

No. 33 ANS

09 Jun 1941 to 06 Oct 1944

Anson

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Elementary Flying Training Schools - EFTS

Location

Scenery
Completed

Province

School Type

Active Dates

Aircraft Types

Malton

 

Ont.

No. 1 EFTS

24 June 1940 to 03 Jul 1942

Tiger Moth, Finch

Thunder Bay


11 Dec 09

Ont.

No.2 EFTS

24 Jun 1940 to 31 May 1944

Tiger Moth

London


08 Sep 09

Ont.

No. 3 EFTS

24 Jun 1940 to 03 Jul 1942

Finch

Windsor Mills


21 Jan 10

Que.

No. 4 EFTS

24 Jun 1940 to 25 Aug 1944

Tiger Moth, Finch

Lethbridge (moved to High River June 1941)


15 Jan 10

Alta.

No. 5 EFTS

22 Jul 1949 to 15 Dec 1944

Tiger Moth. Cornell

Prince Albert

 

Sask.

No. 6 EFTS

22 Jul 1940 to 15 Nov 1944

Tiger Moth, Cornell

Windsor

    
09 Oct 09

Ont.

No. 7 EFTS

22 Jul 1940 to 15 Dec 1944

Finch

Vancouver (moved to Boundary Bay)

 

B.C.

No. 8 EFTS

14 Oct 1940 to 02 Jan 1942

Tiger Moth

St. Catherines

    

29 Aug 09

Ont.

No. 9 EFTS

14 Oct 1949 to 14 Jan 1944

Tiger Moth

Mount Hope (moved to Pendleton Aug 1942)

     
06 Oct 09

Ont.

No 10. EFTS

14 Oct 1940 to 15 Sep 1944

Tiger Moth, Finch

Cap de la Madeleine

  
02 Feb 10

Que.

No. 11 EFTS

14 Oct 1940 to 11 Feb 1944

Cornell

Goderich

 

06 Aug 09

Ont.

No. 12 EFTS

14 Oct 1940 to 11 Feb 1944

Finch

St. Eugene

  

08 Aug 09

Ont.

No. 13 EFTS

28 Oct 1940 to 19 Jun 1945

Finch

Portage la Prairie
 

  

05 Aug 09

Man.

No. 14 EFTS

28 Oct 1940 to 03 Jul 1942

Tiger Moth, Finch

Regina

 

Sask.

No. 15 EFTS

11 Nov 1940 to 11 Aug 1944

Tiger Moth, Cornell

Edmonton

   
11 Jan 10

Alta.

No. 16 EFTS

11 Nov 1940 to 17 Jul 1942

Tiger Moth, Finch

Stanley

    
30 Jan 10

N.S.

No. 17 EFTS

17 Mar 1941 to 14 Jan 1944

Tiger Moth, Finch

Boundary Bay

 

B.C,

No. 18 EFTS

10 April 1941 to 25 May 1942

Tiger Moth

Virden
 

  

29 Aug 09

Man.

No. 19 EFTS

16 May 1941 to 15 Dec 1944

Tiger Moth, Cornell

Oshawa

   

17 Aug 09

Ont.

No. 20 EFTS

21 Jun 1941 to 15 Dec 1944

Tiger Moth

Chatham

 

N.B.

No. 21 EFTS

03 Jul 1941 to 14 Aug 1942

Finch

Ancienne Lorette

 

Que.

No. 22 EFTS

29 Sep 1941 to 03 Jul 1942

Finch

Davidson (moved to Yorkton Jan 1945)

 

Sask.

No. 23 EFTS

09 Nov 1942 to 15 Sep 1945

Cornell

Abbotsford

 

B.C.

No.24 EFTS

06 Sep 1943 to 15 Aug 1944

Cornell

Assiniboia

08 Feb 11

Sask.

No. 25 EFTS (formerly 34 EFTS)

30 Jan 1944 to 28 Jul 1944

Cornell

Neepawa

 

Man.

No. 26 EFTS (Formerly 35 EFTS)

30 Jan 1944 to 25 Aug 1944

Tiger Moth

De Winton

    
18 Mar 10

Alta.

No. 31 EFTS

18 Jun 1941 to 25 Sep 1944

Stearman, Cornell

Bowden

   
28 Mar 10

Alta.

No. 32 EFTS

12 Jul 1941 to 08 Sep 1944

Tiger Moth, Cornell

Caron

 

Sask.

No. 33 EFTS

05 Jan 1942 to 14 Jan 1944

Tiger Moth, Cornell

Assiniboia

08 Feb 11

Sask.

No. 34 EFTS

11 Feb 1942 to 30 Jan 1944

Tiger Moth

Neepawa
 

   

05 Aug 09

Man.

No. 35 EFTS

30 Mar 1942 to 30 Jan 1944

Tiger Moth

Pearce

    
03 Apr 10

Alta.

No. 36 EFTS

30 Mar 1942 to 14 Aug 1942

Stearman, Tiger Moth


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Air Observer Schools - AOS

Location

Scenery
Completed

Province

School Type

Active Dates

Aircraft Types

Malton

 

Ont.

No. 1 AOS

27 May 1940 to 30 Apr 1945

Anson

Edmonton

 

Alta.

No. 2 AOS

05 Aug 1940 to 14 Jul 1944

Anson

Regina
(moved to Pearce, Alta. Sep 1944)

 

Sask.

No. 3 AOS

16 Sep 1940 to 06 Jun 1943

Anson

London

 

Ont.

No 4 AOS

25 Nov 1940 to 31 Dec 1944

Anson

Winnipeg

    
18 Oct 09

Man.

No. 5 AOS

06 Jan 1941 to 30 Apr 1945

Anson

Prince Albert

 

Sask.

No. 6 AOS

17 Mar 1941 to 11 Sep 1942

Anson

Portage la Prairie

 

Man.

No. 7 AOS

28 Apr 1941 to 31 Mar 1945

Anson

Ancienne Lorette

 

Que.

No. 8 AOS

29 Sep 1941 to 30 Apr 1945

Anson

St. Jean

 

Que.

No. 9 AOS

07 Jul 1941 to 30 Apr 1945

Anson

Chatham

  
25 Oct 09

N.B.

No. 10 AOS

21 Jul 1941 to 30 Apr 1945

Anson

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Bombing and Gunnery Schools – B&GS

Location

Scenery
Completed

Province

School Type

Active Dates

Aircraft Types

Jarvis

  
13 Nov 09

Ont.

No. 1 B&GS

19 Aug 1949 to 17 Feb 1945

Anson, Battle, Lysander, Bolingbroke

Mossbank

08 Feb 11

Sask.

No. 2 B&GS

28 Oct 1949 to 15 Dec 1944

Anson, Battle, Lysander, Bolingbroke

MacDonald
 

    

05 Aug 09

Man.

No. 3 B&GS

10 Mar 1941 to 17 Feb 1945

Anson, Battle, Lysander, Bolingbroke

Fingal

   

26 Aug 09

Ont.

No. 4 B&GS

25 Nov 1940 to 17 Feb 1945

Anson, Battle, Lysander, Bolingbroke, Nomad

Dafoe

 

Sask.

No. 5 B&GS

26 May 1941 to 17 Feb 1945

Anson, Battle, Lysander, Bolingbroke

Mountain View

 

Ont.

No.6 B&GS

23 Jun 1941 became part of postwar RCAF

Anson, Battle, Lysander, Bolingbroke, Nomad

Paulson
 

   

03 Aug 09

Man.

No. 7 B&GS

Jun 23 1941 to 02 Feb 1945

Anson, Battle, Lysander, Bolingbroke

Lethbridge

   
15 Jan 10

Alta.

No. 8 B&GS

13 Oct 1941 to 15 Dec 1944

Anson, Battle, Lysander, Bolingbroke

Mont Joli

 

Que.

No. 9 G&GS

15 Dec 1941 to 14 Apr 1945

Lysander, Bolingbroke, Hurricane, Norseman

Mount Pleasant

 

P.E.I.

No. 10 B&GS

20 Sep 1943 to 06 Jun 1945

Anson, Battle, Lysander, Bolingbroke, Hurricane, Norseman

Picton

    

21 Aug 09

Ont.

No.31 B&GS

28 Apr 1941 to 17 Nov 1944

Anson, Lysander, Bolingbroke

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Flight Engineers Schools - FES

Location

Scenery
Completed

Province

School Type

Active Dates

Aircraft Types

Aylmer

 

Ont.

No. 1 FES

01 Jul 1944  to 31 Mar1945

Various

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Flying Instructors Schools - FIS

Location

Scenery
Completed

Province

School Type

Active Dates

Aircraft Types

Trenton

   
07 FEB 10

Ont.

No. 1 FIS

03 Aug 1942 to 31 Jan 1945

Fawn, Finch, Tiger Moth, Harvard, Cornell, Crane, Anson

Vulcan
(moved to Pearce Alta. May 1943)

   
03 Apr 10

Alta.

No. 2 FIS

03 Aug 1942 to 20 Jan 1945

Crane, Anson, Cornell, Fawn, Finch, Harvard, Oxford, Tiger Moth

Arnprior

 

Ont.

No 3 FIS

03 Aug 1942 to 28 Jan 1944

Anson, Cornell, Finch, Crane, Fawn, Harvard, Stearman, Tiger Moth

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General Reconnaissance Schools - GRS
 

Location

Scenery
Completed

Province

School Type

Active Dates

Aircraft Types

Summerside

 

P.E.I.

No. 1 GRS

6 Jul 1942 to 03 Feb 1945

Anson

Charlottetown

 

P.E.I.

No. 2 GRS

20 Jan 1941 to 21 Feb 1944

Anson

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Initial Training Schools - ITS

Location

Scenery
Completed

Province

School Type

Active Dates

Aircraft Types

Toronto

 

Ont.

No.1 ITS

   

Regina

 

Sask.

No.2 ITS

   

Victoriaville

 

Que,

No. 3 ITS

   

Edmonton

 

Alta.

No. 4 ITS

   

Belleville

 

Ont.

No. 5 ITS

   

Toronto

 

Ont.

No.6 ITS

   

Saskatoon

 

Sask.

No.7 ITS

   

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Naval Air Gunners School - NAGS

Location

Scenery
Completed

Province

School Type

Active Dates

Aircraft Types

Yarmouth

 

N.S.

No. 1 NAGS

01 Jan 1943 to 30 Mar 1945

Swordfish, Seamew, Anson, Lysander, Walrus, Hurricane

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Operational Training Units - OTU

Location

Scenery
Completed

Province

School Type

Active Dates

Aircraft Types

Bagotville

    
06 Feb 10

Que.

No. 1 OUT

20 Jul 1942 to 31 Jan 1945

Harvard, Lysander, Hurricane, Bolingbroke

Patricia Bay

 

B.C.

No. 3 OTU

09 Nov 1942 to 03 Aug 1945

Stranraer, Canso, Lysander

Boundary Bay and Abbotsford

 

B.C.

No. 5 OUT

01 Apr 1944 to 31 Oct 1945

Liberator, Bolingbroke, Michell, Kittyhawk

Debert

 

N.S.

No. 31 later No. 7 OTU

03 Jun 1941 to 20 Jul 1945

Hudson, Bolinbgroke

Patricia Bay B.C., Comox B.C., Greenwood N.S.

 

B.C.

No. 32 later No. 6 OTU

01 Jun 1941 became part of Post War RCAF

Anson, Beaufort, Hampden, Oxford, Lysander, Dakota, Expiditor

Pennfield Ridge

  
26 Oct 09

N.S.

No. 36 later No. 8 OTU

11 May 1942 to 19 May 1944

Bolingbroke, Anson, Hudson, Ventura

Greenwood

 

N.S.

No. 36 later No. 8 OTU

11 May 1942 became part of Post War RCAF

Bolingbroke, Harvard, Hudson, Mosquito, Oxford

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Radio Direction Finding Schools - RADAR

Location

Scenery
Completed

Province

School Type

Active Dates

Leaside

 

Ont.

No. 1 RADAR

 

Clinton


01 Oct 09

Ont.

No 31 RADAR

 

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Service Flying Training Schools - SFTS

Location

Scenery
Completed

Province

School Type

Active Dates

Aircraft Types

Camp Borden


14 Oct 09

Ont.

No. 1 SFTS

01 Nov 1939 to 31 Mar 1946

Harvard, Yale

Ottawa

   

Ont.

No. 2 SFTS

05 Aug 1940 to 14 April 1945

Harvard, Yale

Calgary



12 Oct 10

Alta.

No. 3 SFTS

28 Oct 1940 to 28 Sep 1945

Anson, Crane

Saskatoon

 

Sask.

No.4 SFTS

16 Sept 1940 to 30 Mar 1945

Anson, Crane

Brantford

   

05 Aug 09

Ont.

No. 5 SFTS

11 Nov 1940 to 03 Nov 1944

Anson

Dunnville

    

05 Aug 09

Ont.

No. 6 SFTS

05 Nov 1940 to 01 Dec 1944

Harvard, Yale, Anson

Fort Macleod



29 Oct 10

Alta.

No. 7 SFTS

09 Dec 1940 to 17 Nov 1944

Anson

Moncton (moved to Weyburn, Sask. Jan 1944)

  
26 Oct 09

N.B.

No. 8 SFTS

23 Dec 1949 to 30 Jun 1944

Anson, Harvard

Summerside (moved to Centralia Jul 1942)

    

05 Aug 09

P.E.I.

No. 9 SFTS

06 Jan 1941 to 30 Mar 1945

Anson, Harvard

Dauphin
 

  

05 Aug 09

Man.

No. 10 SFTS

05 Mar 1941 to 14 Apr 1945

Crane, Harvard

Yorkton

 

Sask.

No. 11 SFTS

10 Apr 1941 to 01 Dec 1944

Crane, Anson, Harvard

Brandon
 

   

05 Aug 09

Man.

No. 12 SFTS

16 May 1941 to 30 Mar 1945

Crane, Anson

St. Hubert (moved to Battleford, Sask, Feb 1944)

    
28 Jan 10

Que.

No.13 SFTS

01 Sep 1941 to 30 Mar 1945

Anson, Harvard

Aylmer
(moved to Kingston, Ont. Aug 1944)

 

  

04 Oct 09

Ont.

No.14 SFTS

03 Jul 1941 to 07 Sep 1945

Anson, Harvard, Yale

Claresholm

    
18Apr10

Alta.

No. 15 SFTS

09 Jun 1941 to 30 Mar 1945

Anson, Crane

Hagersville

   

06 Aug 09

Ont.

No.16. SFTS

08 Aug 1941 to 30 Mar 1945

Anson, Harvard

Souris
 

  

29 Aug 09

Man.

No. 17 SFTS

08 Mar 1943 to 30 Mar 1945

Anson, Harvard

Gimli
 

    

05 Aug 09

Man.

No 18. SFTS

06 Sep 1943 to 30 Mar 1945

Anson

Vulcan

   
12 Apr 10

Alta.

No. 19 SFTS

03 May 1943 to 14 Apr 1945

Anson

Kingston

   
10 Nov 09

Ont.

No. 31 SFTS

07 Oct 1940 to 14 Aug 1944

Battle, Harvard

Moose Jaw

08 Feb 11

Sask.

No. 32 SFTS

09 Dec 1940 to 17 Oct 1944

Oxford

Carberry
 

   

29 Aug 09

Man.

No. 33 SFTS

26 Dec 1940 to 17 Nov 1944

Anson, Crane

Medicine Hat



01 Nov 10

Alta.

No. 34 SFTS

08 Apr 1941 to 17 Nov 1944

Harvard, Oxford

North Battleford

 

Sask.

No. 35 SFTS

04 Sep 1941 to 25 Feb 1944

Oxford, Harvard

Penhold



06 Oct 10

Alta.

No. 36 SFTS

28 Sep 1941 to 03 Nov 1944

Oxford

Calgary



17 Oct 10

Alta.

No. 37 SFTS

22 Oct 1941 to 10 Mar 1944

Anson, Oxford, Harvard

Estevan

 

Sask.

No. 38 SFTS

27 Apr 1942 to 11 Feb 1944

Anson

Swift Current

08 Feb 11

Sask.

No. 39 SFTS

15 Dec 1941 to 24 Mar 1944

Oxford

Weyburn

 

Sask.

No. 41 SFTS

05 Jan 1942 to 22 Jan 1944

Anson, Harvard

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Wireless Schools - WS

Location

Scenery
Completed

Province

School Type

Active Dates

Aircraft Types

Montreal (moved to Mount Hope, Ont. Sep 1944)

 

Que.

No.1 WS

Feb 16 1940 to 13 Oct 1945

Norseman, Tiger Moth, Stinson 105

Calgary

 

Alta.

No. 2 WS

16 Sep 1940 to 14 Apr 1945

Fort, Harvard

Winnipeg

See 5 AOS
Winnipeg

Man.

No. 3 WS

17 Feb 1941 to 20 Jan 1945

Fort, Finch, Yale, Norseman, Tiger moth

Guelph

 

Ont.

No.4 WS

07 Jul 1941 to 12 Jan 1945

Tiger Moth, Norseman

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Specialist Schools

Location

Scenery
Completed

Province

School Type

Active Dates

Aircraft Types

Trenton

See

#1 FIS

Ont.

Central Flying School

01 Feb 1940 became part of Post War RCAF

Anson, Battle, Bolingbroke, Fawn, Cornell, Crane, Finch, Harvard, Hudson, Hurricane, Oxford, Ventura, Lockheed 10

Rivers
 

   

29 Aug 09

Man.

Central Navigation School

11 May 1942 to Sep 15 1945

Anson

Deseronto

   
16 Nov 09

Ont.

Instrument Flying School

02 April 1943 became part of Post War RCAF

Oxford, Cornell

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Other Schools

Location

Scenery
Completed

Province

School Type

Active Dates

Mountainview

 

Ont.

Air Armament School

 

Malton

 

Ont.

Aid Inspector School

 

Trenton

 

Ont.

No.1 Composite Training School

 

Trenton

 

Ont.

No. 2 Composite Training School

 

Montreal

 

Que.

School of Aeronautical Engineering

 

Toronto

 

Ont.

School of Aviation Medicine

 

Guelph

 

Ont.

School of Cookery

 
   Fort Erie     
30 Oct 09

 

         Ont. Home of Fleet Aviation, manufacturers of the Finch, Fort and Cornell This plant is still active today although the products are different
         

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Legend - Click code/school to view details
Air Navigation Schools
Air Observer Schools
Bombing & Gunnery Schools
Elementary Flying Training Schools
Flight Engineers Schools
Flying Instructors Schools
General Reconnaissance Schools
Initial Training Schools
Naval Air Gunners School
Operational Training Units
Radio Direction Finding Schools
Service Flying Training Schools
Wireless Schools

Specialist Schools*
Other Schools*

*Schools are described in "School Type" column

 

 

Listed below are photo's of some of the aircraft used at the various BCATP schools, as well as actual photo's and Flight Ontario's building designs that will be used in the scenery.

Aircraft photo's courtesy of
Kool Shots Photography
kool@mountaincable.net

 

Click on the photo's to enlarge

 

Tiger Moth

De Havilland DH 82 Tiger Moth

The De Havilland Tiger Moth was designed, as a primary trainer for the RAF in 1931 and Model DH82 was to become the foremost aircraft design flown by the Commonwealth’s military and civilian pilots. The Tiger Moth made an enormous contribution to the BCATP and from 1938-1948 employed more than 1500 of these aircraft.
                              


 

Yale

North American Yale

With the outbreak of WWII, the RCAF eventually acquired 119 Yale aircraft between August 1940 and September 1946. Assembley of the Yale in Canada was licensed to Norduyn in addition to their production of the Harvard and the Norseman. The Yale was similar to the Harvard , the most obvious difference being a fixed landing gear as opposed to the retractable undercarriage of the Harvard.

 


 

 

Stearman

Boeing PT-27 Stearman

The Boeing Stearman was manufactured as an initial training aircraft and eventually there were at least 8500 manufactured. No other biplane was ever built in this quantity. The RCAF’s 300 Model PT-27’s were ordered with special modifications for air training, particularly in Canada’s winter weather conditions.

 



 

 

PBY Canso

Consolidated PBY 5-A Canso

Consolidated’s first PGY flying-boat prototype made it’s maiden flight in 1933. During WWII Boeing Aircraft of Canada , Canadian Vickers and Canadair Ltd. Made almost 800 PBY’s in Canada. The RCAF called it’s version ‘Canso A’ – A for amphibious.

 



 

 

Harvard

North American Harvard

The Harvard became the standard advanced trainer for the BCATP in Canada and the RAF in Britain. It was used to train thousands of Commonwealth pilots for combat flying fighters and fighter-bombers. The RCAF kept the Harvard on strength as a trainer until 1966.

 



 

 

Cornell

Fairchild PT-26B Cornell

Fleet Aircraft Company of Canada built 1642 Cornells under license, and they were designed as either as PT-23’s or PT-26s. The RCAF selected the Cornell as a successor to the Tiger Moth and the Fleet Finch. The RCAF first flew the Cornell's in 1940 and retired the last one in 1947.

 



 

 

H Huts

“H” Huts

This picture is a screen shot in Microsoft’s Flight Simulator FS2004, of two buildings that were called “H” Huts, because of their shape. These buildings were plentiful on pretty well all of the BCATP bases. They were frames with wood and the siding was of wood shingles, painted green. These buildings would have had many uses, from men’s and officer’s quarters, to classrooms for training and administration.

 


 

 

 
 Hangar

BCATP Hangar

This picture is a screen shot in Microsoft’s Flight Simulator FS2004, of one of the hangars that would have been used on the BCATP Stations. These cantilever structures used either wood or steel construction, depending on what was available at that particular location. The siding was wood shingles painted.

 



 

 

 
#39 SFTS, Swift Current

No. 39 SFTS Swift Current, Saskatchewan

This is an aerial photograph of the BCATP Station at # 39 Service Flying Training School (SFTS) at Swift Current, Saskatchewan. . This Station was active from 16 May 1941 to 15 December 1941 to 24 March 1944. The aircraft flown here would have been the Airspeed Oxford.

 


 

 

#12 SFTS, Brandon

No. 12 SFTS Brandon, Manitoba

This is an aerial photograph of the BCATP Station at # 12 Service Flying Training School (SFTS) at Brandon Manitoba. This Station was active from 16 May 1941 to 30 March 1945. Aircraft flown here would have been the Cessna Crane and the Avro Anson.