260 results found
Registration / Serial:C-FHNB
Aircraft Original Type:Aerospatiale AS-355 Ecureuil 2
Aircraft Generic Type:Aerospatiale AS-355/555 Ecureuil 2/TwinStar/Fennec
Aircraft Version:Aerospatiale AS-355F-1 TwinStar
C/n (msn):5174
Operator / Titles:Four Seasons Aviation
City / Heliport:Toronto - Downsview Four Seasons Aviation Heliport (closed)Map
Region / Country:Ontario, Canada
Photo Date:18 November 2016
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Photo ID:431806Submit Correction
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This AS355F-1 TwinStar has been the workhorse of the Four Seasons Aviation fleet since it purchased by owner Dave Tommasini in June 1997 from Eurocopter Canada after it flew for five years with Heli-Max in Quebec (1990-1995). Tommasini is seen here flight testing a new digital camera system on the TwinStar. He is regarded as one of the top cinematography helicopter pilots in Canada with more than 177 feature film and TV credits in the Internet Movie Database -- https://www.imdb.com -- not including commercials and major broadcast sporting events.
Registration / Serial:C-FHNB
Aircraft Version:Aerospatiale AS-355F-1 TwinStar
C/n (msn):5174
Operator / Titles:Four Seasons Aviation
City / Heliport:Toronto - Downsview Four Seasons Aviation Heliport (closed)Map
Region / Country:Ontario, Canada
Photo Date:18 November 2016
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Registration / Serial:C-FHNB
Aircraft Original Type:Aerospatiale AS-355 Ecureuil 2
Aircraft Generic Type:Aerospatiale AS-355/555 Ecureuil 2/TwinStar/Fennec
Aircraft Version:Aerospatiale AS-355F-1 TwinStar
C/n (msn):5174
Operator / Titles:Four Seasons Aviation
City / Heliport:Toronto - Downsview Four Seasons Aviation Heliport (closed)Map
Region / Country:Ontario, Canada
Photo Date:18 November 2016
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Photo ID:431806Submit Correction
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This AS355F-1 TwinStar has been the workhorse of the Four Seasons Aviation fleet since it purchased by owner Dave Tommasini in June 1997 from Eurocopter Canada after it flew for five years with Heli-Max in Quebec (1990-1995). Tommasini is seen here flight testing a new digital camera system on the TwinStar. He is regarded as one of the top cinematography helicopter pilots in Canada with more than 177 feature film and TV credits in the Internet Movie Database -- https://www.imdb.com -- not including commercials and major broadcast sporting events.
Registration / Serial:C-FHNB
Aircraft Version:Aerospatiale AS-355F-1 TwinStar
C/n (msn):5174
Operator / Titles:Four Seasons Aviation
City / Heliport:Toronto - Downsview Four Seasons Aviation Heliport (closed)Map
Region / Country:Ontario, Canada
Photo Date:18 November 2016
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Registration / Serial:N110YS
Aircraft Original Type:Agusta A-119 Koala
Aircraft Generic Type:AgustaWestland AW-119 Koala
Aircraft Version:AgustaWestland AW-119 MkII Koala (AW-119 Ke)
C/n (msn):14731
City / Heliport:Toronto - Downsview Four Seasons Aviation Heliport (closed)Map
Region / Country:Ontario, Canada
Photo Date:16 June 2009
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Photo ID:431805Submit Correction
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This new Philadelphia-build AgustaWestland AW119 Mk II, N110YS, was purchased by a Toronto, Ontario businessman in 2009 and managed by Four Seasons Aviation after being registered C-FGEP on July 2. Chartright Air at CYYZ took over the management contract in May 2011 and re-registered the aircraft C-FNMU in Oct. 2013 when the owner upgraded to a new twin-engine AW109SP, also registered C-FGEP. The AW119 was cancelled from the Canadian civil aircraft register in Sep 2018 and Rotorhub.nl reports that it may have found a new home in Argentina.
Registration / Serial:N110YS
Aircraft Version:AgustaWestland AW-119 MkII Koala (AW-119 Ke)
C/n (msn):14731
City / Heliport:Toronto - Downsview Four Seasons Aviation Heliport (closed)Map
Region / Country:Ontario, Canada
Photo Date:16 June 2009
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Registration / Serial:N110YS
Aircraft Original Type:Agusta A-119 Koala
Aircraft Generic Type:AgustaWestland AW-119 Koala
Aircraft Version:AgustaWestland AW-119 MkII Koala (AW-119 Ke)
C/n (msn):14731
City / Heliport:Toronto - Downsview Four Seasons Aviation Heliport (closed)Map
Region / Country:Ontario, Canada
Photo Date:16 June 2009
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Photo ID:431805Submit Correction
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This new Philadelphia-build AgustaWestland AW119 Mk II, N110YS, was purchased by a Toronto, Ontario businessman in 2009 and managed by Four Seasons Aviation after being registered C-FGEP on July 2. Chartright Air at CYYZ took over the management contract in May 2011 and re-registered the aircraft C-FNMU in Oct. 2013 when the owner upgraded to a new twin-engine AW109SP, also registered C-FGEP. The AW119 was cancelled from the Canadian civil aircraft register in Sep 2018 and Rotorhub.nl reports that it may have found a new home in Argentina.
Registration / Serial:N110YS
Aircraft Version:AgustaWestland AW-119 MkII Koala (AW-119 Ke)
C/n (msn):14731
City / Heliport:Toronto - Downsview Four Seasons Aviation Heliport (closed)Map
Region / Country:Ontario, Canada
Photo Date:16 June 2009
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Registration / Serial:C-GIWD
Aircraft Original Type:Eurocopter EC-120 Colibri
Aircraft Generic Type:Eurocopter EC-120 Colibri
Aircraft Version:Eurocopter EC-120B Colibri
C/n (msn):1267
City / Heliport:Toronto - Downsview Four Seasons Aviation Heliport (closed)Map
Region / Country:Ontario, Canada
Photo Date:21 April 2007
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Photo ID:431804Submit Correction
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The registration C-GIWD has been assigned to four different aircraft nominally owned by Toronto businessman Ian Delaney, the former Chairman of Sherritt International. These include a Cessna 750 (2002-2003), DHC-2 Beaver (2004-2006), this Eurocopter EC120B (2006-2018) and a DHC-6 Twin Otter (2018-present) (2022). The EC120B was imported by Eurocopter Canada in Apr. 2006 as C-GJUH and flew with Silverline Helicopters (Feb 2005-Apr 2006) before sale to Delaney in April 2006. It was serious damaged when the engine flamed out in cold weather near Brampton-Caledon Airport, Ontario on Feb. 6, 2016.
Registration / Serial:C-GIWD
Aircraft Version:Eurocopter EC-120B Colibri
C/n (msn):1267
City / Heliport:Toronto - Downsview Four Seasons Aviation Heliport (closed)Map
Region / Country:Ontario, Canada
Photo Date:21 April 2007
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Registration / Serial:C-GIWD
Aircraft Original Type:Eurocopter EC-120 Colibri
Aircraft Generic Type:Eurocopter EC-120 Colibri
Aircraft Version:Eurocopter EC-120B Colibri
C/n (msn):1267
City / Heliport:Toronto - Downsview Four Seasons Aviation Heliport (closed)Map
Region / Country:Ontario, Canada
Photo Date:21 April 2007
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Photo ID:431804Submit Correction
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The registration C-GIWD has been assigned to four different aircraft nominally owned by Toronto businessman Ian Delaney, the former Chairman of Sherritt International. These include a Cessna 750 (2002-2003), DHC-2 Beaver (2004-2006), this Eurocopter EC120B (2006-2018) and a DHC-6 Twin Otter (2018-present) (2022). The EC120B was imported by Eurocopter Canada in Apr. 2006 as C-GJUH and flew with Silverline Helicopters (Feb 2005-Apr 2006) before sale to Delaney in April 2006. It was serious damaged when the engine flamed out in cold weather near Brampton-Caledon Airport, Ontario on Feb. 6, 2016.
Registration / Serial:C-GIWD
Aircraft Version:Eurocopter EC-120B Colibri
C/n (msn):1267
City / Heliport:Toronto - Downsview Four Seasons Aviation Heliport (closed)Map
Region / Country:Ontario, Canada
Photo Date:21 April 2007
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Registration / Serial:C-FGEP
Aircraft Original Type:Agusta A-119 Koala
Aircraft Generic Type:AgustaWestland AW-119 Koala
Aircraft Version:AgustaWestland AW-119 MkII Koala (AW-119 Ke)
C/n (msn):14731
Operator / Titles:(Four Seasons Aviation)
City / Heliport:Toronto - Downsview Four Seasons Aviation Heliport (closed)Map
Region / Country:Ontario, Canada
Photo Date:21 May 2010
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Photo ID:431803Submit Correction
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This Philadelphia-build AgustaWestland AW119 Mk II was purchased by a Toronto, Ontario businessman and managed by Four Seasons Aviation after being officially registered C-FGEP on July 2, 2009. Chartright Air at CYYZ took over the management contract in May 2011 and re-registered the aircraft C-FNMU in Oct 2013 when the owner upgraded to a new twin-engine AW109SP, also registered C-FGEP. This AW119 was cancelled from the Canadian civil aircraft register in Sep 2018 and Rotorhub.nl reports that it may have found a new home in Argentina.
Registration / Serial:C-FGEP
Aircraft Version:AgustaWestland AW-119 MkII Koala (AW-119 Ke)
C/n (msn):14731
Operator / Titles:(Four Seasons Aviation)
City / Heliport:Toronto - Downsview Four Seasons Aviation Heliport (closed)Map
Region / Country:Ontario, Canada
Photo Date:21 May 2010
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Registration / Serial:C-FGEP
Aircraft Original Type:Agusta A-119 Koala
Aircraft Generic Type:AgustaWestland AW-119 Koala
Aircraft Version:AgustaWestland AW-119 MkII Koala (AW-119 Ke)
C/n (msn):14731
Operator / Titles:(Four Seasons Aviation)
City / Heliport:Toronto - Downsview Four Seasons Aviation Heliport (closed)Map
Region / Country:Ontario, Canada
Photo Date:21 May 2010
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Photo ID:431803Submit Correction
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This Philadelphia-build AgustaWestland AW119 Mk II was purchased by a Toronto, Ontario businessman and managed by Four Seasons Aviation after being officially registered C-FGEP on July 2, 2009. Chartright Air at CYYZ took over the management contract in May 2011 and re-registered the aircraft C-FNMU in Oct 2013 when the owner upgraded to a new twin-engine AW109SP, also registered C-FGEP. This AW119 was cancelled from the Canadian civil aircraft register in Sep 2018 and Rotorhub.nl reports that it may have found a new home in Argentina.
Registration / Serial:C-FGEP
Aircraft Version:AgustaWestland AW-119 MkII Koala (AW-119 Ke)
C/n (msn):14731
Operator / Titles:(Four Seasons Aviation)
City / Heliport:Toronto - Downsview Four Seasons Aviation Heliport (closed)Map
Region / Country:Ontario, Canada
Photo Date:21 May 2010
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
City / Heliport:Toronto - Downsview Four Seasons Aviation Heliport (closed)Map
Region / Country:Ontario, Canada
Photo Date:29 January 2010
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Photo ID:431802
View count: 28
This is an aerial view looking west of the Four Seasons Aviation heliport at Downsview Park, Toronto. Behind the photographer is the north end of Downsview Airport. The brick buildings on the left side of the street include the early DHC factory, now Centennial College. Behind the heliport is a white building with a curved green roof near the railway line. It is the DHC "Moth" hangar built at De Lesseps Field in 1929 and later moved to Downsview. Four Seasons later moved to the Brampton-Caledon Airport area. This site will become the Downsview Aerospace Innovation & Research (DAIR) hub.
City / Heliport:Toronto - Downsview Four Seasons Aviation Heliport (closed)
Photo Date:29 January 2010
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
City / Heliport:Toronto - Downsview Four Seasons Aviation Heliport (closed)Map
Region / Country:Ontario, Canada
Photo Date:29 January 2010
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Photo ID:431802
View count: 28
This is an aerial view looking west of the Four Seasons Aviation heliport at Downsview Park, Toronto. Behind the photographer is the north end of Downsview Airport. The brick buildings on the left side of the street include the early DHC factory, now Centennial College. Behind the heliport is a white building with a curved green roof near the railway line. It is the DHC "Moth" hangar built at De Lesseps Field in 1929 and later moved to Downsview. Four Seasons later moved to the Brampton-Caledon Airport area. This site will become the Downsview Aerospace Innovation & Research (DAIR) hub.
City / Heliport:Toronto - Downsview Four Seasons Aviation Heliport (closed)
Photo Date:29 January 2010
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
City / Heliport:Toronto - Downsview Four Seasons Aviation Heliport (closed)Map
Region / Country:Ontario, Canada
Photo Date:29 January 2010
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Photo ID:431787
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This building was originally part of the wartime de Havilland Aircraft of Canada factory in Toronto. In about 2005, Four Seasons Aviation renovated the building and move its helicopter business from busy Toronto Pearson Airport to this site in Downsview Park, adjacent to the NW end of Downsview Airport. When the lease expired, it moved to a new hangar and heliport adjacent to Brampton-Caledon Airport (CNC3) 20 miles to the west. Four Seasons specializes in executive transportation and aerial filming for the motion picture and TV industry.
City / Heliport:Toronto - Downsview Four Seasons Aviation Heliport (closed)
Photo Date:29 January 2010
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
City / Heliport:Toronto - Downsview Four Seasons Aviation Heliport (closed)Map
Region / Country:Ontario, Canada
Photo Date:29 January 2010
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Photo ID:431787
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This building was originally part of the wartime de Havilland Aircraft of Canada factory in Toronto. In about 2005, Four Seasons Aviation renovated the building and move its helicopter business from busy Toronto Pearson Airport to this site in Downsview Park, adjacent to the NW end of Downsview Airport. When the lease expired, it moved to a new hangar and heliport adjacent to Brampton-Caledon Airport (CNC3) 20 miles to the west. Four Seasons specializes in executive transportation and aerial filming for the motion picture and TV industry.
City / Heliport:Toronto - Downsview Four Seasons Aviation Heliport (closed)
Photo Date:29 January 2010
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Registration / Serial:C-FWZZ
Aircraft Original Type:Aerospatiale AS-350 Ecureuil
Aircraft Generic Type:Aerospatiale AS-350/550 Ecureuil/AStar/Fennec
Aircraft Version:Aerospatiale AS-350B-2 Ecureuil
C/n (msn):3931
Operator / Titles:Four Seasons Aviation
City / Heliport:Toronto - Downsview Four Seasons Aviation Heliport (closed)Map
Region / Country:Ontario, Canada
Photo Date:7 April 2008
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Photo ID:431492Submit Correction
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Eurocopter Canada complete this AS350B-2 as C-FFIQ at its Fort Erie, Ontario factory and it was re-registered C-FWZZ on delivery to Four Seasons Aviation who operated it for businessman from Oct 2005 to March 2012. It was then operated by Novajet from Toronto Pearson airport (YYZ) until exported to the US in March 2013 as N353JS.
Registration / Serial:C-FWZZ
Aircraft Version:Aerospatiale AS-350B-2 Ecureuil
C/n (msn):3931
Operator / Titles:Four Seasons Aviation
City / Heliport:Toronto - Downsview Four Seasons Aviation Heliport (closed)Map
Region / Country:Ontario, Canada
Photo Date:7 April 2008
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Registration / Serial:C-FWZZ
Aircraft Original Type:Aerospatiale AS-350 Ecureuil
Aircraft Generic Type:Aerospatiale AS-350/550 Ecureuil/AStar/Fennec
Aircraft Version:Aerospatiale AS-350B-2 Ecureuil
C/n (msn):3931
Operator / Titles:Four Seasons Aviation
City / Heliport:Toronto - Downsview Four Seasons Aviation Heliport (closed)Map
Region / Country:Ontario, Canada
Photo Date:7 April 2008
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Photo ID:431492Submit Correction
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Eurocopter Canada complete this AS350B-2 as C-FFIQ at its Fort Erie, Ontario factory and it was re-registered C-FWZZ on delivery to Four Seasons Aviation who operated it for businessman from Oct 2005 to March 2012. It was then operated by Novajet from Toronto Pearson airport (YYZ) until exported to the US in March 2013 as N353JS.
Registration / Serial:C-FWZZ
Aircraft Version:Aerospatiale AS-350B-2 Ecureuil
C/n (msn):3931
Operator / Titles:Four Seasons Aviation
City / Heliport:Toronto - Downsview Four Seasons Aviation Heliport (closed)Map
Region / Country:Ontario, Canada
Photo Date:7 April 2008
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
City / Airport:Goose Bay - Goose (CYYR / YYR)Map
Region / Country:Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada
Photo Date:11 June 2015
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Photo ID:431426
View count: 21
Construction of Goose Bay Airport began in September 1941 to serve as landing and refuelling stop for wartime transatlantic flights, and three 7,000-foot runways were built in only 79 days. During the war, 24,000 Canadian and American aircraft passed through Goose Bay, making it the busiest airport in the world during this time. Newfoundland & Labrador became Canada's 10th province on March 31, 1949. In the 1950s, Goose Bay became an important Cold War air base with resident USAF units. This large hangar and ATC tower was part of the original RCAF base on the northeast side of the airport.
City / Airport:Goose Bay - Goose (CYYR / YYR)
Photo Date:11 June 2015
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
City / Airport:Goose Bay - Goose (CYYR / YYR)Map
Region / Country:Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada
Photo Date:11 June 2015
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Photo ID:431426
View count: 21
Construction of Goose Bay Airport began in September 1941 to serve as landing and refuelling stop for wartime transatlantic flights, and three 7,000-foot runways were built in only 79 days. During the war, 24,000 Canadian and American aircraft passed through Goose Bay, making it the busiest airport in the world during this time. Newfoundland & Labrador became Canada's 10th province on March 31, 1949. In the 1950s, Goose Bay became an important Cold War air base with resident USAF units. This large hangar and ATC tower was part of the original RCAF base on the northeast side of the airport.
City / Airport:Goose Bay - Goose (CYYR / YYR)
Photo Date:11 June 2015
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Registration / Serial:C-FWWW
Aircraft Original Type:Agusta A-109
Aircraft Generic Type:AgustaWestland AW-109
Aircraft Version:AgustaWestland AW-109E Power
C/n (msn):11145
Operator / Titles:Four Seasons Aviation
City / Heliport:Toronto - Downsview Four Seasons Aviation Heliport (closed)Map
Region / Country:Ontario, Canada
Photo Date:24 January 2008
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Photo ID:431385Submit Correction
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A Toronto-based real estate developer has used the registration C-FWWW of three consecutive helicopters managed by local commercial helicopter operators. Four Seasons Aviation held the management contract for the businessman's AS 350 B-2 (Jun. 2000-May 2006) and AW109E Power (May 2006-Jun 2009), but Chartright Air took over the contract when the owner upgraded to AW109S Grand, C-FWWW, in May 2010.
Registration / Serial:C-FWWW
Aircraft Version:AgustaWestland AW-109E Power
C/n (msn):11145
Operator / Titles:Four Seasons Aviation
City / Heliport:Toronto - Downsview Four Seasons Aviation Heliport (closed)Map
Region / Country:Ontario, Canada
Photo Date:24 January 2008
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Registration / Serial:C-FWWW
Aircraft Original Type:Agusta A-109
Aircraft Generic Type:AgustaWestland AW-109
Aircraft Version:AgustaWestland AW-109E Power
C/n (msn):11145
Operator / Titles:Four Seasons Aviation
City / Heliport:Toronto - Downsview Four Seasons Aviation Heliport (closed)Map
Region / Country:Ontario, Canada
Photo Date:24 January 2008
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Photo ID:431385Submit Correction
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A Toronto-based real estate developer has used the registration C-FWWW of three consecutive helicopters managed by local commercial helicopter operators. Four Seasons Aviation held the management contract for the businessman's AS 350 B-2 (Jun. 2000-May 2006) and AW109E Power (May 2006-Jun 2009), but Chartright Air took over the contract when the owner upgraded to AW109S Grand, C-FWWW, in May 2010.
Registration / Serial:C-FWWW
Aircraft Version:AgustaWestland AW-109E Power
C/n (msn):11145
Operator / Titles:Four Seasons Aviation
City / Heliport:Toronto - Downsview Four Seasons Aviation Heliport (closed)Map
Region / Country:Ontario, Canada
Photo Date:24 January 2008
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Registration / Serial:C-FNJC
Fleet number:701
Aircraft Original Type:Consolidated 28 Catalina
Aircraft Generic Type:Consolidated PBY Catalina
Aircraft Version:Consolidated PBY-5A Catalina
C/n (msn):CV430
Operator / Titles:Newfoundland and Labrador Government
City / Airport:Goose Bay - Goose (CYYR / YYR)Map
Region / Country:Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada
Photo Date:11 June 2015
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Photo ID:431381Submit Correction
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The Government of Newfoundland and Labrador operated this Canadian Vickers built PBY-5A Canso water bomber from April 1970 until retirement (year?) after which it was placed on static display at Goose Bay Airport, Labrador.
Registration / Serial:C-FNJC
Aircraft Version:Consolidated PBY-5A Catalina
C/n (msn):CV430
Operator / Titles:Newfoundland and Labrador Government
City / Airport:Goose Bay - Goose (CYYR / YYR)Map
Region / Country:Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada
Photo Date:11 June 2015
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Registration / Serial:C-FNJC
Fleet number:701
Aircraft Original Type:Consolidated 28 Catalina
Aircraft Generic Type:Consolidated PBY Catalina
Aircraft Version:Consolidated PBY-5A Catalina
C/n (msn):CV430
Operator / Titles:Newfoundland and Labrador Government
City / Airport:Goose Bay - Goose (CYYR / YYR)Map
Region / Country:Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada
Photo Date:11 June 2015
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Photo ID:431381Submit Correction
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The Government of Newfoundland and Labrador operated this Canadian Vickers built PBY-5A Canso water bomber from April 1970 until retirement (year?) after which it was placed on static display at Goose Bay Airport, Labrador.
Registration / Serial:C-FNJC
Aircraft Version:Consolidated PBY-5A Catalina
C/n (msn):CV430
Operator / Titles:Newfoundland and Labrador Government
City / Airport:Goose Bay - Goose (CYYR / YYR)Map
Region / Country:Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada
Photo Date:11 June 2015
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Registration / Serial:C-GGAZ
Aircraft Original Type:Bell 206 JetRanger
Aircraft Generic Type:Bell 206/406 JetRanger
Aircraft Version:Bell 206B JetRanger II
C/n (msn):2156
Operator / Titles:Four Seasons Aviation
City / Heliport:Toronto - Downsview Four Seasons Aviation Heliport (closed)Map
Region / Country:Ontario, Canada
Photo Date:5 May 2007
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Photo ID:431374Submit Correction
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This Bell 206B was delivered new to Transcanada Pipelines Ltd. in Calgary, AB in April 1977 and used to patrol the company's pipelines for most of its working career. In 2000 it was acquired by Four Seasons Aviation in Toronto but retained its pipeline patrol markings for many years. In January 2022 it was still owned by Four Seasons Aviation.
Registration / Serial:C-GGAZ
Aircraft Version:Bell 206B JetRanger II
C/n (msn):2156
Operator / Titles:Four Seasons Aviation
City / Heliport:Toronto - Downsview Four Seasons Aviation Heliport (closed)Map
Region / Country:Ontario, Canada
Photo Date:5 May 2007
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Registration / Serial:C-GGAZ
Aircraft Original Type:Bell 206 JetRanger
Aircraft Generic Type:Bell 206/406 JetRanger
Aircraft Version:Bell 206B JetRanger II
C/n (msn):2156
Operator / Titles:Four Seasons Aviation
City / Heliport:Toronto - Downsview Four Seasons Aviation Heliport (closed)Map
Region / Country:Ontario, Canada
Photo Date:5 May 2007
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Photo ID:431374Submit Correction
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This Bell 206B was delivered new to Transcanada Pipelines Ltd. in Calgary, AB in April 1977 and used to patrol the company's pipelines for most of its working career. In 2000 it was acquired by Four Seasons Aviation in Toronto but retained its pipeline patrol markings for many years. In January 2022 it was still owned by Four Seasons Aviation.
Registration / Serial:C-GGAZ
Aircraft Version:Bell 206B JetRanger II
C/n (msn):2156
Operator / Titles:Four Seasons Aviation
City / Heliport:Toronto - Downsview Four Seasons Aviation Heliport (closed)Map
Region / Country:Ontario, Canada
Photo Date:5 May 2007
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Registration / Serial:C-GZQO
Aircraft Original Type:Bombardier CRJ-700
Aircraft Generic Type:Bombardier CRJ-705/900/Challenger 890
Aircraft Version:Bombardier CRJ-900 (CL-600-2D24)
C/n (msn):15141
Operator / Titles:NWA Airlink / Mesaba Airlines
City / Airport:Toronto - Downsview (CYZD)Map
Region / Country:Ontario, Canada
Event:Bombardier Aerospace Family Day 2007
Photo Date:8 September 2007
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Photo ID:431365Submit Correction
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This new CRJ900 was displayed at the Bombardier Aerospace Family Day held at the company's factory at Toronto's Downsview Airport in September 2007. A month later it was delivered from the CRJ factory at Mirabel Airport to Mesaba Airlines on October 3, 2007 as N909XJ. In 2022, it was flying for Endeavor Air which is a subsidiary of Delta Air Lines.
Registration / Serial:C-GZQO
Aircraft Version:Bombardier CRJ-900 (CL-600-2D24)
C/n (msn):15141
Operator / Titles:NWA Airlink / Mesaba Airlines
City / Airport:Toronto - Downsview (CYZD)Map
Region / Country:Ontario, Canada
Photo Date:8 September 2007
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Registration / Serial:C-GZQO
Aircraft Original Type:Bombardier CRJ-700
Aircraft Generic Type:Bombardier CRJ-705/900/Challenger 890
Aircraft Version:Bombardier CRJ-900 (CL-600-2D24)
C/n (msn):15141
Operator / Titles:NWA Airlink / Mesaba Airlines
City / Airport:Toronto - Downsview (CYZD)Map
Region / Country:Ontario, Canada
Event:Bombardier Aerospace Family Day 2007
Photo Date:8 September 2007
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Photo ID:431365Submit Correction
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This new CRJ900 was displayed at the Bombardier Aerospace Family Day held at the company's factory at Toronto's Downsview Airport in September 2007. A month later it was delivered from the CRJ factory at Mirabel Airport to Mesaba Airlines on October 3, 2007 as N909XJ. In 2022, it was flying for Endeavor Air which is a subsidiary of Delta Air Lines.
Registration / Serial:C-GZQO
Aircraft Version:Bombardier CRJ-900 (CL-600-2D24)
C/n (msn):15141
Operator / Titles:NWA Airlink / Mesaba Airlines
City / Airport:Toronto - Downsview (CYZD)Map
Region / Country:Ontario, Canada
Photo Date:8 September 2007
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
City / Heliport:Toronto - Downsview Four Seasons Aviation Heliport (closed)Map
Region / Country:Ontario, Canada
Photo Date:8 April 2008
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Photo ID:431131Submit Correction
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Bell 427 C-FSUE managed by Four Seasons Aviation departs from the company located a Downsview Park, adjacent to Toronto's Downsview Airport. "Sue" Grange was a horse breeder, pilot and a member of Canada's wealthy Thomson family. She owned and flew a number of fixed-wing aircraft and helicopters, three of which carried the registration C-FSUE: a Bell 230 (1998-2003), a Bell 427 (2004-2010) and Bell 429 (2010-present). Grange died in 2017, but her family still flies the Bell 429. Four Seasons Aviation later moved its aircraft to a new heliport next door to Brampton-Caledon airport (CNC3).
Registration / Serial:C-FSUE
Aircraft Version:Bell 427
C/n (msn):56039
City / Heliport:Toronto - Downsview Four Seasons Aviation Heliport (closed)Map
Region / Country:Ontario, Canada
Photo Date:8 April 2008
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
City / Heliport:Toronto - Downsview Four Seasons Aviation Heliport (closed)Map
Region / Country:Ontario, Canada
Photo Date:8 April 2008
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
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Bell 427 C-FSUE managed by Four Seasons Aviation departs from the company located a Downsview Park, adjacent to Toronto's Downsview Airport. "Sue" Grange was a horse breeder, pilot and a member of Canada's wealthy Thomson family. She owned and flew a number of fixed-wing aircraft and helicopters, three of which carried the registration C-FSUE: a Bell 230 (1998-2003), a Bell 427 (2004-2010) and Bell 429 (2010-present). Grange died in 2017, but her family still flies the Bell 429. Four Seasons Aviation later moved its aircraft to a new heliport next door to Brampton-Caledon airport (CNC3).
Registration / Serial:C-FSUE
Aircraft Version:Bell 427
C/n (msn):56039
City / Heliport:Toronto - Downsview Four Seasons Aviation Heliport (closed)Map
Region / Country:Ontario, Canada
Photo Date:8 April 2008
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Registration / Serial:CF-UVC
Aircraft Original Type:Hiller 360
Aircraft Generic Type:Hiller 360/UH-12/OH-23/Raven
Aircraft Version:Hiller UH-12E4/Soloy
C/n (msn):2520
Operator / Titles:M & B Helicopter Service
City / Airport:Vancouver - International (CYVR / YVR)Map
Region / Country:British Columbia, Canada
Photo Date:8 July 1976
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Photo ID:430743Submit Correction
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Built by Hiller as a 4-seat UH-12SL4, N9731C with a gyro-stabilized rotor. Sold new to Okanagan Helic. at CYVR in May 1966 as CF-UVC. Evergreen Helic. bought it in Jan. 1970 and resold it to Bill Brooks' Agro Copter Ltd. in Alberta. In Jan 1973 bought by M&B Helicopter Svc. (owned by W. Mignot in Oregon and Konrad Busch in BC). In 1976, it was converted from a Lycoming T1VO-540-2A2 piston to an Allison 250-C20 turbine using the Soloy Conversions' STC kit. John Edwards made the first turbine flight on June 29, 1976 at YVR. Exported to W. Mignot in Dec. 1976 & later exported to the UK as G-BTJE.
Registration / Serial:CF-UVC
Aircraft Version:Hiller UH-12E4/Soloy
C/n (msn):2520
Operator / Titles:M & B Helicopter Service
City / Airport:Vancouver - International (CYVR / YVR)Map
Region / Country:British Columbia, Canada
Photo Date:8 July 1976
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Registration / Serial:CF-UVC
Aircraft Original Type:Hiller 360
Aircraft Generic Type:Hiller 360/UH-12/OH-23/Raven
Aircraft Version:Hiller UH-12E4/Soloy
C/n (msn):2520
Operator / Titles:M & B Helicopter Service
City / Airport:Vancouver - International (CYVR / YVR)Map
Region / Country:British Columbia, Canada
Photo Date:8 July 1976
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Photo ID:430743Submit Correction
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Built by Hiller as a 4-seat UH-12SL4, N9731C with a gyro-stabilized rotor. Sold new to Okanagan Helic. at CYVR in May 1966 as CF-UVC. Evergreen Helic. bought it in Jan. 1970 and resold it to Bill Brooks' Agro Copter Ltd. in Alberta. In Jan 1973 bought by M&B Helicopter Svc. (owned by W. Mignot in Oregon and Konrad Busch in BC). In 1976, it was converted from a Lycoming T1VO-540-2A2 piston to an Allison 250-C20 turbine using the Soloy Conversions' STC kit. John Edwards made the first turbine flight on June 29, 1976 at YVR. Exported to W. Mignot in Dec. 1976 & later exported to the UK as G-BTJE.
Registration / Serial:CF-UVC
Aircraft Version:Hiller UH-12E4/Soloy
C/n (msn):2520
Operator / Titles:M & B Helicopter Service
City / Airport:Vancouver - International (CYVR / YVR)Map
Region / Country:British Columbia, Canada
Photo Date:8 July 1976
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Registration / Serial:23053
Aircraft Original Type:North American F-86 Sabre
Aircraft Generic Type:Canadair CL-13 Sabre
Aircraft Version:Canadair CL-13A Sabre 5
C/n (msn):0843
Operator / Titles:Canada - Air Force
Unit Markings:Golden Hawks
City / Area:Belleville / West Zwick's Island Park [ Off-Airport ]Map
Region / Country:Ontario, Canada
Photo Date:27 March 2015
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Photo ID:430388Submit Correction
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Built by Canadair at Cartierville Airport, Montreal. First flown on Dec. 8, 1953 and delivered to the RCAF on Jan 25, 1954. Flew with No. 422 and 434 Squadrons. Damaged in a Cat A accident on 29 July 1954. This aircraft never flew with the RCAF's Golden Hawks aerobatic team. The Sabre is displayed in West Zwick's Island Park which is on the waterfront in Belleville, Ontario just west of the Belleville Bay Bridge. Belleville is 14 km east of Canadian Forces Base Trenton, a major RCAF base.
Registration / Serial:23053
Aircraft Version:Canadair CL-13A Sabre 5
C/n (msn):0843
Operator / Titles:Canada - Air Force
City / Area:Belleville / West Zwick's Island Park [ Off-Airport ]Map
Region / Country:Ontario, Canada
Photo Date:27 March 2015
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Registration / Serial:23053
Aircraft Original Type:North American F-86 Sabre
Aircraft Generic Type:Canadair CL-13 Sabre
Aircraft Version:Canadair CL-13A Sabre 5
C/n (msn):0843
Operator / Titles:Canada - Air Force
Unit Markings:Golden Hawks
City / Area:Belleville / West Zwick's Island Park [ Off-Airport ]Map
Region / Country:Ontario, Canada
Photo Date:27 March 2015
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Photo ID:430388Submit Correction
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Built by Canadair at Cartierville Airport, Montreal. First flown on Dec. 8, 1953 and delivered to the RCAF on Jan 25, 1954. Flew with No. 422 and 434 Squadrons. Damaged in a Cat A accident on 29 July 1954. This aircraft never flew with the RCAF's Golden Hawks aerobatic team. The Sabre is displayed in West Zwick's Island Park which is on the waterfront in Belleville, Ontario just west of the Belleville Bay Bridge. Belleville is 14 km east of Canadian Forces Base Trenton, a major RCAF base.
Registration / Serial:23053
Aircraft Version:Canadair CL-13A Sabre 5
C/n (msn):0843
Operator / Titles:Canada - Air Force
City / Area:Belleville / West Zwick's Island Park [ Off-Airport ]Map
Region / Country:Ontario, Canada
Photo Date:27 March 2015
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Registration / Serial:C-GZBN
Aircraft Original Type:Cessna 188 Agwagon
Aircraft Generic Type:Cessna 188 Agwagon/AgPickup/AgTruck/Ag Husky
Aircraft Version:Cessna A188B AgTruck
C/n (msn):188-00849
Operator / Titles:GDG Aviation
City / Airport:Montréal - Mascouche (CSK3) (closed)Map
Region / Country:Quebec, Canada
Photo Date:27 April 2016
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Photo ID:430383Submit Correction
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G.D.G. Aviation Inc. is a Quebec firm specializing in the control of biting insects using Bacillus thuringiensis serotype israelensis (BTI) which is a naturally occurring larvicide which is toxic to mosquitos and black fly larvae. G.D.G. uses ground crews, fixed-wing aircraft and helicopters to drop BTI in wetlands. In April 2016, GDG had two Bells and two Cessna 188s at Mascouche Airport (CSK3) working north of Montreal. C-GZBN was imported by Estevan Air Svcs in SK in 1979 and later flew with Western Ag-Air in SK and Valley Ag Air in MB before sold to G.D.G. Aviation in Quebec in Aug. 2003.
Registration / Serial:C-GZBN
Aircraft Version:Cessna A188B AgTruck
C/n (msn):188-00849
Operator / Titles:GDG Aviation
City / Airport:Montréal - Mascouche (CSK3) (closed)Map
Region / Country:Quebec, Canada
Photo Date:27 April 2016
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Registration / Serial:C-GZBN
Aircraft Original Type:Cessna 188 Agwagon
Aircraft Generic Type:Cessna 188 Agwagon/AgPickup/AgTruck/Ag Husky
Aircraft Version:Cessna A188B AgTruck
C/n (msn):188-00849
Operator / Titles:GDG Aviation
City / Airport:Montréal - Mascouche (CSK3) (closed)Map
Region / Country:Quebec, Canada
Photo Date:27 April 2016
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Photo ID:430383Submit Correction
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G.D.G. Aviation Inc. is a Quebec firm specializing in the control of biting insects using Bacillus thuringiensis serotype israelensis (BTI) which is a naturally occurring larvicide which is toxic to mosquitos and black fly larvae. G.D.G. uses ground crews, fixed-wing aircraft and helicopters to drop BTI in wetlands. In April 2016, GDG had two Bells and two Cessna 188s at Mascouche Airport (CSK3) working north of Montreal. C-GZBN was imported by Estevan Air Svcs in SK in 1979 and later flew with Western Ag-Air in SK and Valley Ag Air in MB before sold to G.D.G. Aviation in Quebec in Aug. 2003.
Registration / Serial:C-GZBN
Aircraft Version:Cessna A188B AgTruck
C/n (msn):188-00849
Operator / Titles:GDG Aviation
City / Airport:Montréal - Mascouche (CSK3) (closed)Map
Region / Country:Quebec, Canada
Photo Date:27 April 2016
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Registration / Serial:C-GIVV
Aircraft Original Type:Bell 206 JetRanger
Aircraft Generic Type:Bell 206/406 JetRanger
Aircraft Version:Bell 206B Jet Ranger III
C/n (msn):2823
Operator / Titles:GDG Aviation
City / Airport:Montréal - Mascouche (CSK3) (closed)Map
Region / Country:Quebec, Canada
Photo Date:27 April 2016
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Photo ID:430376Submit Correction
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G.D.G. Aviation Inc. is a Quebec firm specializing in the control of biting insects using Bacillus thuringiensis serotype israelensis (BTI) which is a naturally occurring larvicide which is toxic to mosquitos and black fly larvae. G.D.G. uses ground crews, fixed-wing aircraft and helicopters to drop BTI in wetlands. In April 2016, GDG had two Bells and two Cessna 188s based at Mascouche Airport (CSK3) working north of Montreal. More than 100 aircraft were evicted when CSK3 airport permanently closed on Nov. 15, 2016. Bell 206B C-GIVV was imported to Canada in 1986 and is ex-N2757C.
Registration / Serial:C-GIVV
Aircraft Version:Bell 206B Jet Ranger III
C/n (msn):2823
Operator / Titles:GDG Aviation
City / Airport:Montréal - Mascouche (CSK3) (closed)Map
Region / Country:Quebec, Canada
Photo Date:27 April 2016
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Registration / Serial:C-GIVV
Aircraft Original Type:Bell 206 JetRanger
Aircraft Generic Type:Bell 206/406 JetRanger
Aircraft Version:Bell 206B Jet Ranger III
C/n (msn):2823
Operator / Titles:GDG Aviation
City / Airport:Montréal - Mascouche (CSK3) (closed)Map
Region / Country:Quebec, Canada
Photo Date:27 April 2016
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Photo ID:430376Submit Correction
View count: 17
G.D.G. Aviation Inc. is a Quebec firm specializing in the control of biting insects using Bacillus thuringiensis serotype israelensis (BTI) which is a naturally occurring larvicide which is toxic to mosquitos and black fly larvae. G.D.G. uses ground crews, fixed-wing aircraft and helicopters to drop BTI in wetlands. In April 2016, GDG had two Bells and two Cessna 188s based at Mascouche Airport (CSK3) working north of Montreal. More than 100 aircraft were evicted when CSK3 airport permanently closed on Nov. 15, 2016. Bell 206B C-GIVV was imported to Canada in 1986 and is ex-N2757C.
Registration / Serial:C-GIVV
Aircraft Version:Bell 206B Jet Ranger III
C/n (msn):2823
Operator / Titles:GDG Aviation
City / Airport:Montréal - Mascouche (CSK3) (closed)Map
Region / Country:Quebec, Canada
Photo Date:27 April 2016
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Registration / Serial:C-FIEE
Aircraft Original Type:Bell 206 JetRanger
Aircraft Generic Type:Bell 206/406 JetRanger
Aircraft Version:Bell 206L-3 LongRanger III
C/n (msn):51216
Operator / Titles:GDG Aviation
City / Airport:Montréal - Mascouche (CSK3) (closed)Map
Region / Country:Quebec, Canada
Photo Date:27 April 2016
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Photo ID:430371Submit Correction
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G.D.G. Aviation Inc. is a Quebec firm specializing in the control of biting insects using Bacillus thuringiensis serotype israelensis (BTI) which is a naturally occurring larvicide which is toxic to mosquitos and black fly larvae. G.D.G. uses ground crews, fixed-wing aircraft and helicopters to drop BTI in wetlands. In April 2016, GDG had two Bells and two Cessna 188s based at Mascouche Airport (CSK3) working north of Montreal. B206L-3 C-FIEE is ex-N426JF, D-HAFW, N29GH, RP-C820, N67EA & lastly N19TD. More than 100 aircraft were evicted when CSK3 airport permanently closed on Nov. 15, 2016.
Registration / Serial:C-FIEE
Aircraft Version:Bell 206L-3 LongRanger III
C/n (msn):51216
Operator / Titles:GDG Aviation
City / Airport:Montréal - Mascouche (CSK3) (closed)Map
Region / Country:Quebec, Canada
Photo Date:27 April 2016
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Registration / Serial:C-FIEE
Aircraft Original Type:Bell 206 JetRanger
Aircraft Generic Type:Bell 206/406 JetRanger
Aircraft Version:Bell 206L-3 LongRanger III
C/n (msn):51216
Operator / Titles:GDG Aviation
City / Airport:Montréal - Mascouche (CSK3) (closed)Map
Region / Country:Quebec, Canada
Photo Date:27 April 2016
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Photo ID:430371Submit Correction
View count: 13
G.D.G. Aviation Inc. is a Quebec firm specializing in the control of biting insects using Bacillus thuringiensis serotype israelensis (BTI) which is a naturally occurring larvicide which is toxic to mosquitos and black fly larvae. G.D.G. uses ground crews, fixed-wing aircraft and helicopters to drop BTI in wetlands. In April 2016, GDG had two Bells and two Cessna 188s based at Mascouche Airport (CSK3) working north of Montreal. B206L-3 C-FIEE is ex-N426JF, D-HAFW, N29GH, RP-C820, N67EA & lastly N19TD. More than 100 aircraft were evicted when CSK3 airport permanently closed on Nov. 15, 2016.
Registration / Serial:C-FIEE
Aircraft Version:Bell 206L-3 LongRanger III
C/n (msn):51216
Operator / Titles:GDG Aviation
City / Airport:Montréal - Mascouche (CSK3) (closed)Map
Region / Country:Quebec, Canada
Photo Date:27 April 2016
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Registration / Serial:C-FAZX
Aircraft Original Type:De Havilland Canada DHC-3 Otter
Aircraft Generic Type:De Havilland Canada DHC-3 Otter (U-1/UC)
Aircraft Version:De Havilland Canada DHC-3/OE600 Otter
C/n (msn):458
Operator / Titles:Air Tunilik
City / Airport:Montréal / Laval - Saint-FrançoisMap
Region / Country:Quebec, Canada
Photo Date:27 April 2016
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Photo ID:430357Submit Correction
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This DHC-3 Otter has spent most of its commercial life flying in Quebec since 1971. It was seen in April 2016 at Montréal / Laval - Saint-François airport and seaplane base, which is a private facility owned by Clement Contant and his son Simon. It doesn't appear on any aviation charts, probably because of the high voltage electric power lines crossing the property! In early 2000, C-FAZX was converted to an Orenda Orenda V8 piston engine, in 2012 to a TRACE piston engine and in March 2018 back to a R-1340 radial engine for Air Tunilik. See http://www.dhc-3archive.com/DHC-3_458.html
Registration / Serial:C-FAZX
Aircraft Version:De Havilland Canada DHC-3/OE600 Otter
C/n (msn):458
Operator / Titles:Air Tunilik
City / Airport:Montréal / Laval - Saint-FrançoisMap
Region / Country:Quebec, Canada
Photo Date:27 April 2016
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Registration / Serial:C-FAZX
Aircraft Original Type:De Havilland Canada DHC-3 Otter
Aircraft Generic Type:De Havilland Canada DHC-3 Otter (U-1/UC)
Aircraft Version:De Havilland Canada DHC-3/OE600 Otter
C/n (msn):458
Operator / Titles:Air Tunilik
City / Airport:Montréal / Laval - Saint-FrançoisMap
Region / Country:Quebec, Canada
Photo Date:27 April 2016
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Photo ID:430357Submit Correction
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This DHC-3 Otter has spent most of its commercial life flying in Quebec since 1971. It was seen in April 2016 at Montréal / Laval - Saint-François airport and seaplane base, which is a private facility owned by Clement Contant and his son Simon. It doesn't appear on any aviation charts, probably because of the high voltage electric power lines crossing the property! In early 2000, C-FAZX was converted to an Orenda Orenda V8 piston engine, in 2012 to a TRACE piston engine and in March 2018 back to a R-1340 radial engine for Air Tunilik. See http://www.dhc-3archive.com/DHC-3_458.html
Registration / Serial:C-FAZX
Aircraft Version:De Havilland Canada DHC-3/OE600 Otter
C/n (msn):458
Operator / Titles:Air Tunilik
City / Airport:Montréal / Laval - Saint-FrançoisMap
Region / Country:Quebec, Canada
Photo Date:27 April 2016
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Registration / Serial:N530RL
Aircraft Original Type:Hughes 369 / 500
Aircraft Generic Type:McDonnell Douglas MD-500/520/530 (369)
Aircraft Version:McDonnell Douglas MD-530F (369FF)
C/n (msn):0602FF
Operator / Titles:Pima County Sheriff's Office
City / Area:Anaheim / Anaheim Convention Center [ Off-Airport ]Map
Region / Country:California, United States
Event:HAI Heli-Expo 2009
Photo Date:24 February 2009
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Photo ID:430182Submit Correction
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This MD530F was originally built as a Hughes 369E (msn 0128E) N5242C and flew as N600TP with the Tulsa Police Department, OK. It was imported to Canada by Southern Mountain Helicopters as C-GFYR in Dec. 1995 and later flew with D.K. Heli-Cropper Int'l, Vancouver Island Helicopters, and Harbour City Helicopters. Back in the US in Sep. 1998 as N30042, it was converted by MD to a "hot and high" MD 369FF for the Pima County Sheriff's department. On Jan. 31 2011, it crashed during an attempted pinnacle landing on Waterman Peak near Marana, Arizona. The pilot died and two passengers injured.
Registration / Serial:N530RL
Aircraft Version:McDonnell Douglas MD-530F (369FF)
C/n (msn):0602FF
Operator / Titles:Pima County Sheriff's Office
City / Area:Anaheim / Anaheim Convention Center [ Off-Airport ]Map
Region / Country:California, United States
Photo Date:24 February 2009
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Registration / Serial:N530RL
Aircraft Original Type:Hughes 369 / 500
Aircraft Generic Type:McDonnell Douglas MD-500/520/530 (369)
Aircraft Version:McDonnell Douglas MD-530F (369FF)
C/n (msn):0602FF
Operator / Titles:Pima County Sheriff's Office
City / Area:Anaheim / Anaheim Convention Center [ Off-Airport ]Map
Region / Country:California, United States
Event:HAI Heli-Expo 2009
Photo Date:24 February 2009
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact
Photo ID:430182Submit Correction
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This MD530F was originally built as a Hughes 369E (msn 0128E) N5242C and flew as N600TP with the Tulsa Police Department, OK. It was imported to Canada by Southern Mountain Helicopters as C-GFYR in Dec. 1995 and later flew with D.K. Heli-Cropper Int'l, Vancouver Island Helicopters, and Harbour City Helicopters. Back in the US in Sep. 1998 as N30042, it was converted by MD to a "hot and high" MD 369FF for the Pima County Sheriff's department. On Jan. 31 2011, it crashed during an attempted pinnacle landing on Waterman Peak near Marana, Arizona. The pilot died and two passengers injured.
Registration / Serial:N530RL
Aircraft Version:McDonnell Douglas MD-530F (369FF)
C/n (msn):0602FF
Operator / Titles:Pima County Sheriff's Office
City / Area:Anaheim / Anaheim Convention Center [ Off-Airport ]Map
Region / Country:California, United States
Photo Date:24 February 2009
Photo by:Kenneth I. SwartzContact