c/n 456

CF-EYP as DHC demonstrator in 1953
Photo: de Havilland Canada - Bombardier © April 1953 - (DHC217-4-49)
CF-EYP going onto float gear in November 1954
Photo: de Havilland Canada - Bombardier © November 1954 - (DHC1149)
Photo: de Havilland Canada - Bombardier © November 1954 - (DHC1190 cropped)  
CF-EYP early in her career with B. C. Airlines.
Photo: Unknown photographer © - details to follow
C-FEYP at Moresby Island, British Columbia.
Photo: Kenneth I. Swartz © July 1980
C-FEYP using her amphib gear to advantage.
Photo: Unknown photographer © Summer 1980 - Ruben Husberg Collection
C-FEYP on a rather gloomy day.
Photo: Unknown photographer © July 1983 - Ruben Husberg Collection
N338JM at Vancouver shortly before heading "North to Alaska".
Photo: John Kimberley © June 1986
N338JM being prepared at Vancouver.
Photo: John Kimberley © February 1987 - Aird Archives
N338JM at home base near Soldotna, Alaska.
Photos: Neil Aird © 11 September 1995

c/n 456

CF-EYP • C-FEYP

N388JM

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29-Apr-1952 Allotment of registrations CF-EYL to CF-EYZ to de Havilland Aircraft Company of Canada Ltd.

CF-EYP de Havilland Demonstrator (Crop Dusting). Delivered 30-Apr-1953.

CF-EYP BC Air Lines Ltd., Vancouver, BC. Circa Sep-1960 until canx prior to Certificate of Airworthiness renewal dated 08-Apr-1971.

CF-EYP Trans-Provincial Airlines, Terrace, BC. Regd prior Jul-1969. Canx date currently unknown.

Accident: Terrace BC. 26 ml West of Sandspit. 53°23’N 132°30’W. 12-Jul-1969. The aircraft struck trees at 1,200ft on a mountainside with leading edge of left wing while in flight in poor visibility. The flight was continued and aircraft was landed at Sandspit. It was inspected by the pilot and subsequently flown to the Company’s main base at Terrace. Substantial damage to the aircraft and no injury reported.

Accident: Tasu Inlet, BC. 16-Feb-1971. On arrival the pilot circled over the area, did a cockpit check and started his landing approach. Everything appeared normal until the aircraft touched the water. Immediately following touchdown the aircraft went nose down into the water, stayed in a vertical attitude for a short period and then nosed over inverted with only the floats above water, It was then noted that the undercarriage was in the down position.

CF-EYP Air BC Ltd., Richmond, BC. On CCAR for May-1981. And circa 1983.

C-FEYP Jim Pattison Industries, Richmond, BC. Canx. 10-Apr-1985.

C-FEYP 239665 Alberta Ltd / l 299401 Alberta Ltd., Calgary, AB. Deleted 12-Oct-1985 on export to USA.

N338JM Regd Jan-1986. Operator currently unknown.

N338JM High Adventure Air Charter Guides & Outfitters Inc., Soldotna, AK. Regd 09-May-1988. On USCAR at 03-Feb-1990.

N338JM Soldotna Aircraft & Equipment Leasing LLC, Soldotna, AK. Regd 06-Nov-1995.

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