N995SP on another trip from Lakes Hood/Spenard.
Photo: Jens Brokuf © 30 June 2022 - Aird Archives
N995SP at Rust's base.
Photo: Ben Cogger © 29 July 2019
N995SP heading out again.
Photo: Robbie Shaw © 28 May 2017
N995SP departing Lake Hood.
Photo: Robbie Shaw © 22 May 2017
N995SP nestled in her parking spot.
Photo: Tom Hildreth © June 2010
N995SP at Lake Hood.
Photo: Helge Nyhus © August 2006
N995SP at Lake Hood. Same skis as worn in 1957 ?
Photo: Rich Hulina © May 2005
Photo: Robbie Shaw © May 2005
N995SP missing a few bits!
Photo: Mark Linder © October 2001
N995SP with a Rust's Beaver in distance.
Photo: Chuck Stewart © July 1999 - Aird Archives
CF-JMQ awaiting delivery at Downsview.
Photos: de Havilland Canada © 18 January 1957 (DHC4808, 4809 and 4810) - Aird Archives





CF-JMQ HOWCD Air Ltd., (Haliburton Oil Well Cementing Company), Edmonton, AB. Delivered 18-Jan-1957. Operated until Circa 1964.

• Painted Red #120 and Glacier Grey.

CF-JMQ Theriault Air Services Ltd., Chapleau, ON. Based Foleyet, ON. Regd 16-Jan-1964. Deleted as retired 11-Sep-1989.

Accident: Near Beattie Lake, 5 mile north of Foleyet ON. 48.20N, 82.21W 04-Sep-1976. While in cruise flight at low altitude, the engine began to run rough, then stopped and the aircraft descended into trees. Technical inspection revealed that the spark plugs and exhaust system were coated with carbon indicating that the engine had been operating at an extremely rich mixture prior to failure. This is consistent with carburettor icing. It was also noted that there were no seats or baggage restraints for the two passengers and cargo in the main cabin. In consequence the pilot George Theriault and three passengers suffered serious injury and a fourth passenger suffered minor injury.

N995SP Regd 14-Mar-1996. Details unknown.

N995SP Joseph S. Schuster, Anchorage, AK. Regd 27-Jan-1997.

Airworthiness Date: 04-Jun-1996. Category – Normal,

N995SP Joseph S. Schuster,  dba Sportsman’s Leasing LLC., Anchorage, AK. Regd 18-Sep-2009.

Accident: Lake Hood, Anchorage, AK. 26-Mar-2013. The pilot of the wheel / ski equipped airplane was taxiing for departure on a snow-covered taxiway, when he lost directional control in the deep snow, and veered to the left colliding with a parked airplane. The airplane sustained substantial damage to the left wing and lift strut. The pilot stated that there were no pre-accident mechanical anomalies that would have precluded normal operation. In the recommendation section of the NTSB Accident/Incident Reporting Form 6120.1, the operator stated that the accident may have been prevented if they had waited for the taxiway to be cleared of snow.

Total time: 15,514 hrs at time of accident.

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