Claude Roy
Carp, Ontario
A Profile Of
An ICOA Member

Major Claude Roy has been an avid Challenger owner since 1986.

His Challenger, C-IROY, carries the color scheme of the CF-18s of 425 Alouette Squadron of Bagotville, QC where he was based for several years. Claude and his Challenger are frequent performers in Ottawa's "National Capital Airshow" and he has also used his plane to set FAI world records for speed in an amphibious aircraft in this class.

Claude is the cornerstone of the Canadian chapter of the International Challenger Owners Association. Through his efforts and organized activities Canadian owners are brought together to share their passion for flight.

Claude is also a great aerial traveler. For many years he has enjoyed low key flying adventures, sometimes on skis, other times on wheels or amphibious floats, usually with other Challenger owners in tow. His destinations have included the Saguenay River (for some airborne whale watching), James Bay (on skis in the middle of winter!), Oshkosh 2000 in Wisconsin (the first Canadian ultralight to cross the U.S. border) and Georgian Bay (to see the 30,000 Islands).

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