Fleet Aircraft

Reuben Fleet set up a Canadian company, Fleet Aircraft, in 1928, and acquired the non-U.S. licenses for several Consolidated light aircraft.  He proceeded to produce these consolidated designs as light utility and bush planes in Canada.  The company was soon bought back by Consolidated, which allowed it to continue operating until 1957.  Fleet produced several types of trainer, mainly for the Commonwealth Air Training Plan, during World War II and produced a modestly successful civil light monoplane in the postwar years.

Fleet 1 and 2

Fleet 7 Fawn

Fleet 16 Finch

Fleet 21

Fairchild Cornell

Canuck