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da Vinci Project News Update

Published by spacecowboy on Thu Jul 1, 2004 6:33 pm
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chabot imageCanadian da Vinci Project Team is set to move into its new location at Downsview Park in North West Toronto. In the 1920’s fabric aircraft were built at this location, along with Canada’s first satellite in 1962. Downsview Park and its buildings were formerly a military base and today are part of an area also used by Bombardier Aerospace. Their new facility faces an active runway that is owned and operated by Bombardier. Across the driveway from da Vinci’s new building is the Toronto Aviation Museum, the original home of The de Havilland Aircraft of Canada Ltd., one of Canada’s most successful aircraft manufacturers. da Vinci plans to complete its move before the end of June so that it can continue uninterrupted development and testing work on its ANSARI X PRIZE vehicle, “Wildfire.”

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