Fleet Canada

Fleet Canada Inc., the successor to the Fleet Aerospace Inc division of Magellan Aerospace Inc, is a manufacturer of aerospace structures, component parts, and assemblies to approved design data. It is located in Fort Erie, Ontario, Canada, where it has operated from the same site for more than 85 years, during which the facility has grown to over 500,000 square feet (46,000 m2). Capabilities include tooling, detail fabrication, bonding, and finishing, chemical processing, heat treating, and NDT (LPI).

Fleet Canada Incorporated
HeadquartersFort Erie, Ontario, Canada
Key people
Glenn Stansfield, President and CEO
Productsaerospace structures, component parts, and assemblies
Number of employees
WebsiteFleet Canada Inc

Established in 2006, Fleet Canada Inc. has not been affiliated with Magellan Aerospace Inc since the closure of Fleet Aircraft in 2003.


The company was formed in 2006, but its history can be traced back to Reuben Fleet, who commenced manufacturing operations of Fleet Aircraft on March 23, 1930. A state-of-the-art facility for the day, the plant promptly began turning out complete aircraft for military and civilian training. By 1938, Fleet had enlarged the factory to ten times its original size and the Fleet Finch Trainer had become the primary training aircraft for the Commonwealth Air Training Plan. After the war, Fleet produced a successful light civilian 2-seater, the Fleet Canuck. The making of complete aircraft ceased in the early 1950s and the manufacture of quality structural components became the core business.


Fleet Canada's products are sold to various aerospace clients:[1]


  • Tail Boom for helicopters
  • Airframe structural assemblies
  • Longerons/Stringers
  • Bulkheads
  • Floor Panels
  • Airframe structural assemblies
  • Rib Doubler


  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-09-03. Retrieved 2011-05-01.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)

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