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c/n 166

C-FPQB with strange Beaver logo.
Photo: W. Kenyon © September 1983 - Michael J. Ody Collection

c/n 166

CF-CGS • CF-PQB

C-FPQB

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Certificate of Airworthiness #3486 issued 05-Mar-1952.

CF-GCS Province of Québec Dept of Game and Fisheries. Certificate of Registration #10782 issued 05-Mar-1962. Delivered 08-Mar-1952.

CF-GCS Rimouski Airlines, Mont Joli, QC. Dates unknown.

CF-GCS Québec-Air, Saint-Laurent, QC. Circa 1953 Rimouski merged with Gulf Aviation to become Quebec-Air.

CF-PQB Province of Québec, Department of Game and Fisheries. Re-regd 11-Jun-1958.

CF-PQB Province of Québec, Department of Transport and Communications, Québec Airport, QC. Circa 1964 – 1978.

Accident: 2ml East of Lake Hendry, QC. 58°08’N 68°10’W. 03-Jul-1968. During a low pass the aircraft was travelling in the opposite direction to two walking persons and these were aware of the approaching aircraft. The pilot was late in checking his descent. One of the walkers was struck by a part of the aircraft and was killed.

CF-PQB Government of Québec, Ministry of Transport. Title change prior to C of A renewal dated 12-Mar-1973.

C-FPQB Regn format changed prior to 31 Dec-1976.

C-FPQB Lee Hart Construction Inc., Barrie, ON. On CCAR at May-1981. Canx 27-Apr-1983.

Accident: Upper Burnt Bush River, Mills, Elliot Lake, ON: 04-Jan-1982. Broke through ice.

C-FPQB Lauzon Aviation Company Ltd., Blind River, ON. Regd 24-Feb-1986. Canx 19-Aug-1991.

C-FPQB Wilderness Airline (1975) Ltd., Richmond, BC. Regd 19-Aug-1991.

Accident: Eucott Bay, BC. 12-Jul-1993. Shortly after takeoff from Eucott Bay the aircraft crashed into trees and burned. Pilot and four passengers suffered fatal injuries. Aircraft destroyed.

C-FPQB Canx as destroyed 02-Nov-1993.

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