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N1545 in a Kodiak Moment.
Photo: Rich Hulina © 16 June 2014
N1545 at Kodiak.
Photo: Daniel Marks © 2009
N1545 in her new livery.
Photos: Hansruedi Weyrich © 20 September 2007
N1545 in her green livery.
Photo: Mark Witteveen © 12 October 2005
N123UA Chivalry is not dead!
Photo: Mark Witteveen ©
C-GBWS just de-mobbed at Edmonton Muni.
Photo: Brian Byl © February 1987
XP826 captured on a visit to Vancouver.
Photo: Gary Vincent © 19 June 1980
Photo: Glen Etchells © 19 June 1980
XP826 of the School of Army Aviation, Middle Wallop.
Photo: Richard Grevatte-Ball © 1968

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XP826 • C-GBWS • N123UA

N1545

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No regn. de Havilland Aircraft, Hatfield. Delivered 31-Oct-1961 to Hawarden, Chester via Liverpool Docks. First flight. 10-Jan-1962.

XP826 Delivered to 6 Flight Army Air Corps (AAC). 30-Jan-1962.

To 132 Flight on formation Mar-1966 until an unknown date in 1970.

To 19MU St Athan, Sth. Glamorgan in late 1970.

During 1970 to 131 Flight.

Unit re titled 669 Squadron 01-Jun-1971.

669 Sqd. 6B Flight, Wildenrath, Germany until Apr-1976 when disbanded.

To 19 MU St Athan, Sth. Glamorgan 31-Mar-1976.

To Canada and British Army Training Unit, CAFB Suffield, (BATUS) 19-Jun-1979. Replaced XP805, which crashed 07-Jun-1979.

To Flight 6 (Air). For sale 21-Jun-1987.

C-GBWS Imported into Canada. Regd Aug-1987.

C-GBWS Mike Hackman et al., Edmonton, AB. Canx 05-Aug-1986. Regd 23-Feb-1987. Canx 11-Jul-1990 on export to USA.

N123UA Lawrence D. Hirai, Anchorage, AK. Regd 29-Apr-1992. On USCAR at Dec-1995.

Airworthiness Date: -25-Jul-1991. Classification – Restricted. Category – Other.

N123UA Lan T. Vuong, Anchorage, AK. Dates currently unknown.

N123UA D & G Leasing LLC., Sammamish, WA. Dates currently unknown.

N123UA Uyak Air Service Inc., Kodiak AK. Regd 22-May-1997. Canx 02-Apr-2001

N1545 Andrews Airways Inc., Kodiak, AK. Pending 04-May-2001. Regd 19-Jun-2001. Canx 06-Aug-2001 & re regd. Expiry date 30-Sep-2107.

Airworthiness date: 05-Oct-2011. Category – Other, Standard – Restricted.

Accident: Kaflia, AK 12-Sep-2012. Engine lost power and aircraft made a forced landing. Six occupants uninjured. No NTSB report.

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