Jim Henry
Lakefield, Quebec
A Profile Of
An ICOA Member

Jim Henry has forgotten more about aircraft structures and design than most people will ever know. Now largely retired, he still does engineering contract work for Transport Canada and various aircraft manufacturers. A good part of Jim's career was spent as Director of Engineering for Canadair (now a division of Bombardier Aerospace) where he was involved with the development of the Challenger business jet along with many other projects.

As a pilot Jim has flown gliders and General Aviation aircraft extensively, but says he had the most fun with his Challenger C-IJRH (which carries his initials). Jim flew from his lakeside home in the Quebec Laurentians using amphibious floats and skis. Unfortunately a medical issue has him watching from the sidelines for now but his enthusiasm for the Challenger continues unabated as he is a regular attendee at Challenger Owners Association events.

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