C-FDMR

36

DHC-6 Twin Otter Series 100

Aircraft Status:

Damaged beyond economical repair

Registration History:

CF-DMR ■ CF-DMR-X ■ CF-DMR



Airframe History Chronology

Reg'n

CF-DMR

CF-DMR

CF-DMR-X

CF-DMR

CF-DMR

C-FDMR

C-FDMR

C-FDMR

C-FDMR

C-FDMR

C-FDMR

C-FDMR

C-FDMR

C-FDMR

C-FDMR

C-FDMR

C-FDMR

C-FDMR

C-FDMR

C-FDMR

Operator

de Havilland Canada Inc., Downsview, ON

de Havilland Canada Inc., Downsview, ON

de Havilland Canada Inc., Downsview, ON

Noted as such at Toronto during Jun-1967

Government of Newfoundland & Labrador, St. John's, NL

Operated by Eastern Provincial Airways

Calm Air, Thompson, MB

Calm Air, Thompson, MB

Nipawin Air Services, La Ronge, SK

Damaged after striking a snow bank on landing at Ennadai Lake, NT 03-Apr-1977; repairable

Great Shield Air Services, La Ronge, SK

Damaged after striking a snow bank while taxiing at Helmer Bay, SK 14-Mar-1980; repairable

Kimba Air Services, Calgary, AB

La Ronge Aviation Services, La Ronge, SK

Kimba Air Services, Calgary, AB

Nipawin Air Services, La Ronge, SK

Kimba Air Services, Calgary, AB

Aero North, Stony Rapids, SK

Kimba Air Services, Calgary, AB

Noted at Springbank Aug/Sep-1989 still in Great Shield c/s with Aero North tail logo

Sabourin Lake Airways, Cochenour, ON

Rocky Mountain Aircraft Ltd., Calgary, AB [Ashe Aircraft Enterprises, Calgary, AB]

Pacific Coastal Airlines, Richmond, BC

Arrived Port Hardy, BC on deliver 29-May-1994, to Vancouver 12-Jun-1994 for float installation

Stalled & crashed after take-off from Fish Egg Inlet, BC 17-Sep-1994; not repairable

Rocky Mountain Aircraft Ltd., Calgary, AB [Ashe Aircraft Enterprises, Calgary, AB]

Aviation Québec Labrador, Sept-Iles, QC

Registration cancelled 09-Feb-1999 and removed from register 18-Jan-2000

Dates

08-Feb-1967

18-Mar-1967

Jun-1967

 

28-Jul-1967

 

May-1973

Nov-1973

Aug-1976

 

Aug-1979

 

Dec-1980

1982

 

Feb-1983

25-Mar-1985

Jun-1985

11-Oct-1989

 

09-Nov-1989

28-May-1994

12-Jun-1994

 

 

26-Jun-1998

23-Sep-1998

 

Activity

Roll Out

F/Flight

Re-reg'd

 

Delivered

 

Sold

Re-reg'd

Sold

 

Sold

 

Sold

Leased

Returned

Leased

Returned

Leased

Returned

 

Leased

Returned

Sold

 

 

Reg'd

Reg'd

17-Sep-1994 While climbing through 100ft on a 16nm flight to Pruth Bay, an elevator cable broke just as the flaps were retracting. The aircraft stalled and crashed into the water and sank immediately. There were four aboard, of which only one survived (the Captain).


 DHC Photo © Mar-1967

DHC Photo © Mar-1967


 Sheldon D. Benner Photo © Toronto Island, ON 22-Jul-1967

Sheldon D. Benner Photo © Toronto Island, ON 22-Jul-1967


 Sheldon D. Benner Photo © Toronto, ON

Sheldon D. Benner Photo © Toronto, ON


 John Kimberley Photo © Edmonton-Municipal, AB Mar-1979

John Kimberley Photo © Edmonton-Municipal, AB Mar-1979


 Michael J. Ody Photo © Edmonton, AB 19-Mar-1980

Michael J. Ody Photo © Edmonton, AB 19-Mar-1980


 Anthony J. Hickey Photo © Springbank, AB Sep-1989

Anthony J. Hickey Photo © Springbank, AB Sep-1989


 Erik Johannesson Photo © Selkirk, MB May-1992

Erik Johannesson Photo © Selkirk, MB May-1992


 John Kimberley Photo © Red Lake, ON Apr-1993

John Kimberley Photo © Red Lake, ON Apr-1993


 Rich Hulina Photo © Jul-1993

Rich Hulina Photo © Jul-1993