Success. We found Canadian Aircraft APG in the National Airplane Title Database. The APG is for a CAR Standard 507.02; 507.03 - Type Certificate of the Aeroplane category and was manufactured by Boeing Airplane Company.
APG is a 01/01/1941 Boeing A75N1 (Aeroplane) used for Private purposes. If it was imported into Canada, then the date of import would be listed .
Our Aircraft decoder found that APG belongs to a Boeing A75N1 with a serial number of 75 2730 and 1 engines made by the engine maker to be an engine-type of Piston.
The number of seats on this aircraft was counted as seats so it can actually take off with 1451 kilograms of weight.
The Canadian Aircraft mark (APG) was issued on 19/02/1996 and is effective from 19/02/1996 until given dates with a certificate of Certificate of Airworthiness (number: A743 )
Boeing Airplane Company does not only assemble planes but also manufactures them in U.S.A. for use in Ontario, CANADA
APG has its 'home' airport in Windsor and is currently Registered with a status of A (A for active). The owner is a Entity with the name Canadian Historical Aircraft Assoc. and has a street address in Ontario, CANADA: Group Box 40; Airport Road, Windsor, N8V1A2.
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