This 1968 Twin Otter first flew with Interior Airways (and a short stint with North Air) out of Fairbanks, Alaska. Returning to Canada in 1971, it's pictured with a small Pacific Western Airlines sticker continuing a commuter agreement left over from previous owner West Coast Airlines. Air BC would later partner with CPAir until bought by Air Canada. The aircraft has been flying Skydivers most recently as N203SF.
This Twin Otter was De Havilland Canada's demonstrator with the appropriate registration from roll out June 1976 to January 1977. Delivered to Northern Thunderbird in Febuary 1977, the aircraft was sold to Aklak Air in September 1985. It's still current with Aklak Air at the time of uploading, althought it's been registered to Kenn Borek Air since 1994. The two airrlines entered into an agreement where Aklak could draw from Borek's fleet as demand shifted during seasonal flying.
VH-EWM was imported to undertake rain-making experiments for the CSIRO. At the end of that contract is was leased to both TAA and MMA for passenger work. A planned lease to the NSW ambulance service in 1969 to cover Queen Air maintenance did not eventuate Sold in Canada as CF-CIJ in November 1972.
Damien's Chariot undergoing maintenance and repair. This is what happens when the aircraft is landed on the beach at Barra all the time, loads of salt water corrosion. Notice the spare Trislander fuselage in the roof space above the nose.
A rare and unique catch: This French Air Force DHC-6 was decked out to Québec roundel applied by Canadian Multinational Force and Observers staff in Sinai for a joke. This imaginary roundel stayed in place half a day only and the aircraft never flew with it.
Air Serv International (note small titles on rear fuselage) is a nonprofit humanitarian organization flying relief workers and supplies in remote areas in the world. This 1978 Twin Otter served the United Nations in the Democratic Republic Congo (DRC) during 2007. Two years earlier, it was damaged during a bad landing at Akon, Sudan on 14 November 2005. Luckily, the robust aircraft was repaired and it continued its service over the African continent. Unfortunately, it did not survived a second crash, this time on 31 August 2007 when it fataly crashed near Punia (DRC).