c/n 954

C-GBDW in Plummers livery hauls fish at Cambridge Bay.
Photos: Dirk Septer © 26 August 2006
C-GBDW waits out winter at Selkirk.
Photo: Rich Hulina © 24 January 2006
C-GBDW at Great Slave Lake, NT.
Photo: John Henderson © June 2005
C-GBDW transits through Sioux Lookout. (note longer nose)
Photos: Rich Hulina © 31 May 2005
C-GBDW high and dry at Selkirk, Manitoba.
Photos: Neil Aird © 15 September 2003
C-GBDW dockside.
Photo: Lukas Lusser © 1999
CR-AGS at Mount Hampden, Salisbury, Rhodesia.
Aircraft taking part as jump-ship in skydiving competition.
Photos: Race La Vuelta © c1971-72 - via Tony Richardson

c/n 954




ZS-CCC De Havilland Aircraft Company of South Africa (Pty.) Ltd., Baragwanath, Johannesburg. Delivered 26-Jul-1956.

Note: Did ZS-CCC stand for Canadian Commercial Company?

CR-AGS DETA, Lourenco Marques, Mozambique. Regd Feb-1960.

CR-AGS & C9-AGS G C. (Aero Clube?) Beira, Mozambique. Used as a para-dropping aircraft in 1975.

C-GBDW Imported into Canada. Regd. 1997.

C-GBDW Commando Air Transport Inc., Winnipeg, MB. Regd 31-Jul-1997.

C-GBDW Equator Aviation Management Inc., Winnipeg, MB. Regd 05-Mar-1998. Canx 23-Jul-1998.

C-GBDW Sioux Narrows Airways Ltd., Winnipeg, MB. Regd 23-Jul-1998. Noted in Plummer’s Arctic Lodges logos in August 2006.

Accident: Ekaluk River, Nunavut. 16-Jul-2009.The aircraft was forced to make a precautionary landing on the tundra due to deteriorating weather whilst en route Cambridge Bay to Surrey River, Nunavut. Upon turning out of Ferguson Lake, NU, to follow river the aircraft immediately encountered thick fog The pilot sustained minor injuries with the aircraft receiving substantial damage. CADORS 2009C1843.

C-GBDW Canx 30-Dec-2010.

Stored awaiting rebuild


TSB File A09W0131: Accident at Ekaluk River, NU: Aircraft sustained substantial damage; pilot received minor injuries. On July 16, 2009, a/c had departed Cambridge Bay, NU, for Surrey River, NU.Upon turning out of Furguson Lake, NU, to follow river, a/c immediately encountered thick fog. Pilot attempted to turn around but in process struck terrain.
Photo: Unknown photographer © via www.