Found Brothers Aviation


Found Brothers Aviation was a Canadian aircraft manufacturer from its formation in 1948 to its closure in 1968. The company was succeeded by Found Aircraft.


The company was formed at Malton, Ontario in 1948 to produce the Found FBA-1, a four-seat cabin monoplane designed by Captain S.R. Found. The aircraft was developed into an all-metal version, the FBA-2C. The aircraft entered production and 34 were built. A further improved version the Centennial was developed, this had just gained type certification in July 1968 when the company went out of business.

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  • The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Aircraft (Part Work 1982-1985). London: Orbis Publishing.