Designed and manufactured the Norseman eight/ten-seat cargo-transport aircraft, which first flew in 1935 and was delivered to the RCAF and the USAF; with the latter service it was designated C-64A. Norsemans were especially popular as bushplanes in the northern regions of Canada and with civilian operators in northern Europe. The Canadian Car & Foundry Company acquired Noorduyn's assets in 1946 and produced an improved Norseman Mark V until 1950. Noorduyn license-manufactured North American Harvard trainers during Second World War for both the RCAF and RAF.

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