Bombardier CP-207 Argus II

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The Bombardier CP-207 Argus II is a martime patrol aircraft used by the Canadian Forces Maritime Command and Canadian Coast Guard from the late 2010s onward. It is based on the Bombardier CSeries (specifically the CS110). Development of the Argus II started in 2013 and the first squadron equipped with them flew in August 2018. In 2020, the Royal Canadian Navy had ordered thirty-six aircraft and the Canadian Coast Guard six.

Variants[edit | edit source]

  • CP-207A Argus II: Maritime patrol aircraft used by the RCN and CCG
  • CE-207B Argus Atlas: AWACS aircraft based on the Argus II. Proposed for export

Users[edit | edit source]

  • Canada
    • Royal Canadian Navy
      • VP-870 "Pegasus"
      • VP-871 "Peacemakers"
      • VP-872 "Gladiators"
      • VP-873 "Auroras"
      • VP-874 "Minutemen"
      • VP-875 "Diamondcutters"
      • VP-876 "Neptune's Raiders"
      • VP-877 "Seawolves"
      • VP-880 "Wallbangers"
      • VP-881 "Bounty Hunters"
      • VP-882 "Ironmen"
    • Canadian Coast Guard
  • Iran
    • Islamic Republic of Iran Naval Aviation

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