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N241MF plying her trade.
Photo: John W. Olafson © 23 June 2017
N241MF safe at her new Ketchikan home.
Photo: Danny Hoggard © 11 April 2014
N241MF new fleet member takes to the air.
Photos: Bob Kobzey © 10 May 2014
A wet West Coast Window!
Photos: Bob Kobzey © 09 May 2014
A peek inside.
Back from the paint shop.
Photo: Bob Kobzey © 25 April 2014
C-GBHJ at Powell River - CYPW
Photo: Paul den Ouden © 09 August 2009
C-GBHJ at "guess where this time?"
Photo: Ian Beatty © 02 June 2009
C-GBHJ departs Powell River.
Photos: Douglas Noblet © 11 February 2007
C-GBHJ snapped from my moving Cessna 172!
Photos: Neil Aird © 19 September 2004
C-GBHJ on wheels, I forget where ?    ;-)
Photo: Bowen Chau © 09 February 2004
Photo: Anon © 03 December 2003 - Aird Archives
C-GBHJ leaving the river at Vancouver airport, BC.
Photo: Bill Hann © 07 June 2003
Photos: Bill Hann © October 2001
Photo: Rich Hulina © 1997
C-GBHJ on the Fraser at Vancouver South.
Photo: Geoff McDonell © October 1994 - Aird Archives
N4022B at Anchorage, the paint hardly dry.
Photo: John Kimberley © July 1979 - Aird Archives
54-1728 visits Antwerp - Deurne Airport, Belgium.
Photo: Robert Roggeman © Late 1960's

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54-1728 • N4022B • C-GBHJ

N241MF

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54-1728 US Army #1571. L-20 No. 572. Command A-6. Delivered 30-Apr-1956. Built as L-20A and re-designated U-6A in 1962.

N4022B Owner L. R. Busk, Tavares, FL. Operated by Richard Busk, Anchorage, AK. Regd 05-Aug-1979. Canx 16-Mar-1991 & removed from register 18-Dec-1992.

Accident: Port Moller, AK. 06-Sep-1982. During takeoff climb gusts caused aircraft to roll. Wing contacted the ground and aircraft cart-wheeled. Wind was 20 kts gusting to 45 kts. Pilot uninjured. NTSB report ANC82DA084

C-GBHJ Remote Creek Enterprises Ltd., Powell River, BC. Regd 06-Jan-1993 & 16-Apr-1998. Deleted and exported to USA 10-Jan-2014.

Note: Attended de Havilland Canada “Out of Production” meet at Victoria, BC 18-20-Oct-2002.

Accident: West of Stuart Island, Strait of Georgia, BC. 21-May-2013.The aircraft was located inverted in the Strait of Georgia west of Stuart Island, British Columbia. The aircraft sustained unreported damage and the sole pilot onboard had received fatal injuries. Hunters spotted the submerged aircraft, drifting in the ebb tide in Vancouver Bay, 25nm North of Campbell River. The aircraft was equipped with ELT but no alert was heard. A photograph of the aircraft in situ in the water show it inverted with the amphibious undercarriage extended.

.N241MF David Doyon Jr., dba Doyon & Doyon Leasing LLC., Ketchikan, AK. Regd 09-Apr-2014.

Certification Date: 05-May-2014. Category - Normal.

Note: Flying for Misty Fjords Air, hence the registration.

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