Beechcraft Model 18 (or "Twin Beech", as it is also known), Beech 18, built by Beech Aircraft Corporation (USA), s/n 5828 (USAAF reg. 43-35478), École Nationale Aérotechnique (ENA), CF-ZWY-X.
(CYHU) Montreal, St. Hubert, Canada.
HISTORICAL NOTES :
Beech C-45B Expeditor, USAAF reg. 43-35478 (MSN 5828) to RAF as Expeditor I HB109.
Diverted to RCAF with RAF serial HB109, no RAF service. Redesignated as Expeditor Mk. III. Rebuilt to Mk. 3T standards,
Redesignated Expeditor 3T. Leased to Pratt & Whitney of Canada Jul 12, 1960 as flying testbed for PT-6A turboshaft (nose mounted). Renamed United Aircraftof Canada in 1962. Sold to United Aircraft of Canada Jun 1, 1971 as CF-ZWY. PT-6A removed and airframe given to Ecole Nationale d'Aeronautique, Quebec Jul 1981 as CF-ZXWY-X for use as instructional airframe.
Renamed Musee de l'Air et de l'Espace at Saint Hubert, Canada.