This 1961 DHC-4 was once assigned to the fleet of Nordair (CF-LAN), was sold to Imperial Oil (CF-LAN) befire ot became N6080 in Jun'71. That registration was carried with nternountain Aviation up to early 1975. The Caribou flew from Feb'75 with Air America and started to operate with this Environmental Research Institute of Michigan from June 1976. The Caribou was pictured at a small airshow at Willow Run in '89. It stayed here with HAT Aviation from August 1998 and was stored. It is currently preserved at in full US Army colours with fake serial '24171' at the Yankee Air Museum at Willow Run
A Caribou that never saw military service is a rarity. Delivered to Guyana Airways as 8R-GDR on June 22, 1970, this one came back to Canada as C-GVYX for Proair in June 1979. It was later operated by Air Inuit, Wardair (as Max Ward's personal aircraft) and Kenn Borek Air. Photographed here still wearing Wardair's northern color scheme, the airplane was written off November 10, 1987 near Ross River, Yukon.