C-FFHA a time out, at Vancouver South.
Photo: Unknown photographer © May 2023 - via Stephan Ehrig - Aird Archives
C-FFHA arrives, showing the flag.
Photos: John W. Olafson © 15 August 2019
C-FFHA being photo bombed by C-FODH.
Photo: John W. Olafson © 22 May 2019
Photo: John W. Olafson © 21 May 2019
C-FFHA airborne off CAM9.
Photo: Gary Vincent © 09 June 2018
C-FFHA celebrates Canada's sesquicentennial.
Photos: Lenn Bayliss © 08 August 2017
Photo: John W. Olafson © 26 June 2017
C-FFHA at Montague Harbour, Galiano Island, BC.
Photo: Paul Stenner © 25 June 2017
C-FFHA showing her sharp new livery.
Photo: Sean Mac © 01 June 2017
C-FOCJ the restoration continues . . .
Photos: Neil Aird © 19 September 2004
C-FOCJ a fine aerial shot.
Photo: © Paul D. Roach
C-FOCJ  by a log boom on Howe Sound, British Columbia.
Note: The pilot was Paul D. Roach !
Photo: Lenn Bayliss © June 1989
C-FOCJ drying off at home base.
Photo: John Kimberley © September 1986 - Kenneth I. Swartz Collection - Aird Archives
C-FOCJ one late afternoon on the Fraser.
Photo: Eric Bannwarth © August 1986 - Aird Archives
C-FOCJ at Coal Harbour.
Photo: Kenneth I. Swartz © October 1985
C-FOCJ with small HARBOUR AIR titles applied.
Photo: John Kimberley © May 1984 - Aird Archives
Photo: Glen Etchells or Les Veitch © 16 March 1983
C-FOCJ in AirBC livery.
Photo: Peter Keating © 27 June 1983 - Ian MacFarlane Collection
Photo: Gary Vincent © January 1983
C-FOCJ at Vancouver.
Photos: Unknown photographers © c.1983 / 1980 - Aird Archives
C-FOCJ subjected to snow at Vancouver.
Photo: Kenneth I. Swartz © 06 December 1980
C-FOCJ at Coal Harbour in new livery.
Photo: Kenneth I. Swartz © July 1980 - Michael J. Ody Collection
CF-OCJ when with AirWest at Vancouver's Coal Harbour.
Photo: Kenneth I. Swartz © 13 January 1979
CF-OCJ parked up.
Photo: Ray Moneta © Circa 1978 - Aird Archives
Photo: Kenneth I. Swartz © 03 December 1977
CF-OCJ in AIRWEST colours , interesting scheme.
Photo: Foto Hunter © October 1974 via Tom Singfield / Aird Archives
CF-OCJ with a young Bob Ostrom.
Photo: via Bob Ostrom © June 1965





Entries preceded by dates and indented are from Department of Transport files.

06-Dec-1948 Department of Lands and Forests submit Certificate of Registration applications for CF-OCI, CF-OCJ, CF-OCK, CF-OCL, CF-OCM, CF-OCN, CF-OCO, CF-OCP, CF-OCQ, CF-OCR & CF-OCS

Certificate of Airworthiness # 3034 & Certificate of Registration # 7856 issued 03-Mar-1949.

• CF-OCJ Province of Ontario Government Department of Lands and Forests, Sault Ste. Marie, ON. Delivered 04-Mar-1949. Operated until 1964.

Note: Total hours flown in 1954 -1,577.00.

• CF-OCJ Powell River Airways, Ltd., Powell River, BC. By early 1966.

• C-FOCJ AirWest Airlines Ltd., Vancouver, BC. Circa 1968. C of A issued up to 22-Jun-1979.

• C-FOCJ Air BC, Richmond, BC. On CCAR at May-1981.

Note: On display at British Columbia Place, Vancouver, BC., 09-Mar-1983 for the visit of H. M. Queen Elizabeth.

• C-FOCJ J. Pattison Industries, Vancouver, BC. Canx 22-Aug-1983.

• C-FOCJ Harbour Air Ltd., Vancouver, BC. Regd 27-Dec-1984. Canx 27-Apr-1989. Re-regd 27-Apr-1989. Canx 24-Mar-2010.

Accident: New Aiyansh, near Kincolith, BC. 04-Aug-1998. The float-equipped de Havilland DHC-2 Beaver, serial number 0039, departed Prince Rupert, British Columbia, at 17:19 Pacific daylight time on a visual flight rules flight to Kincolith, British Columbia, with the pilot and four passengers on board. When the aircraft arrived at Kincolith at about 17:50, witnesses watched it carry out three low approaches to the water landing area, each time descending to a few feet above the water before climbing away. On the fourth approach, at about 17:58, the aircraft touched down, apparently in a controlled manner, and skipped on the water surface. The floats then dug into the water followed by the right wing, which was severed from the fuselage on water impact. The aircraft quickly overturned and came to rest inverted with only the bottom of the floats visible. Several members of the village community, who had been waiting for the aircraft on the Government Dock, rushed to the sunken aircraft in small boats but were unable to rescue the pilot or passengers inside the submerged cabin.

The five occupants drowned in the accident, and the aircraft was substantially damaged. A98P0215

Total hours: 22,369 at Aug-1998.

• C-FOCJ Ledger Leasing Ltd., Edmonton, AB. Regd 24-Mar-2010. Canx 18-Nov-2010.

• C-FOCJ Harbour Air, Vancouver, BC. Care of Jim Forbes. Regd 18-Nov-2010. Canx 26-Oct-2016.

Note: Reported with North Pacific Seaplanes Ltd., Prince Rupert, BC., and regd as at 01-Feb-2006 however shown on CCAR as Harbour Air, care of Jim Forbes as at Jan 2011.

• C-FFHA Harbour Air, Vancouver, BC, Re regd 26-Oct-2016. Special Canada's sesquicentennial colour scheme and markings applied in 2017. Logo removed in 2018.