C-FJBP still whistling away.
Photo: Marco Dijkshoorn © 12 August 2022 - Aird Archives
C-FJBP on rainy slipway beside "The Flying Beaver".
Photo: Daniel Acton © 01 December 2017 - Aird Archives
C-FJBP at CAE5 - Green Lake, Whistler.
Photo: Kenneth I. Swartz © 20 September 2014 - Aird Archives
C-FJBP at CAC8 - Nanaimo.
Photo: John W. Olafson © 23 August 2012 - Aird Archives
C-FJBP in crisp new Harbour Air livery.
Photos: Bill Campbell © 15 May 2012 - Aird Archives
Photo: Bill Campbell © 08 May 2012 - Aird Archives
C-FJBP at Sealand for some work.
Photos: John Caswell © 11 July 2009 - Aird Archives
C-FJBP arrives on the Fraser River at Vancouver Airport.
Photo: Peter J. Cooper © 22 June 2007 - Aird Archives
C-FJBP departs Vancouver downtown.
Photo: Pierre Gillard © 12 August 2005 - Aird Archives
C-FJBP working with Baxter at Nanaimo.
Photo: Neil Aird © 13 October 2002
C-FJBP at the Victoria DHC-2 50th celebrations.
Photo: Neil Aird © October 1997
C-FJBP when in ORCA Air markings.
Photo: via Gord Jenkins © Date unknown - Aird Archives
C-FJBP pickup on Johnson Strait, BC.
Photos: Bruce W. Gowans © July 1986 - Aird Archives
C-FJBP with Trans Provincial at Campbell River.
Photo: Kenneth I. Swartz © date unknown - Aird Archives





CF-JBP B.C. Yukon Air Service Ltd., Watson Lake, YT. Delivered 21-Jun-1956.

Accident: Watson Lake, YT, Lat 60.07N, Long 123 48W. 22-Sep-1964. The aircraft crashed because the aileron controls were crossed. An inadequate maintenance inspection and pilot pre flight inspection were contributing factors. At Approx. 10ft above the water the right wing dropped violently and struck the water followed by the right float. The aircraft cart-wheeled and came to rest a wing down and nose down attitude. The pilot received a bruised left shoulder and the aircraft was substantially damaged

C-FJBP Regn format changed prior to 31-Dec-1976.

C-FJBP Trans-Provincial Airlines, Terrace, BC. Regd prior to Certificate of Airworthiness renewal dated 30-Jun-1978.

C-FJBP Gulf Air Aviation Ltd., Campbell River, BC. Regd prior to Certificate of Airworthiness renewal dated 30-Jun-1979. Canx date currently unknown.

C-FJBP Reported as leased by Air BC. On CCAR at May-1981.

C-FJBP Kingcome Sales & Equipment, Campbell River, BC. Canx 05-Dec-1984.

C-FJBP Orca Air Limited, Port McNeill, BC. Regd 02-Jun-1988. Canx 03-Jun-1988. Canx 08-Sep-1988.

Accident: Addenbrooke Island, BC. Lat 51.35N, Long 127.40W. 06-Apr-1988. Operating for Orca Air, the pilot flew an early morning flight from Port McNeill to Yeo Island, located 15 miles north of Bella Bella, BC. Later in the morning, while attempting to return to Port McNeill with one passenger and 800 pounds of fish on board, the pilot encountered strong, gusty winds, low ceilings, snow squalls, and reduced visibilities. To take advantage of better visibility over the land, the pilot chose to fly across Addenbrook Island. As he approached a ridge of high ground, it became apparent that the aircraft would not clear the top. The pilot started a turn to avoid the terrain when the aircraft suddenly entered a descent which the pilot could not arrest, and the aircraft crashed into the trees. The aircraft was substantially damaged; the pilot and passenger were uninjured. The pilot was qualified and licensed to fly the aircraft. There were no recorded aircraft unserviceabilities before the flight. The aircraft was loaded near its maximum weight capacity. Before leaving Port McNeill, the pilot obtained the marine weather forecast, which warned of gale-force winds and showers that would produce snow squalls and reduced visibilities. Marine forecasts normally do not include cloud information. The pilot reported that, during the previous flight, the weather, although passable, became progressively worse en route to Yeo Island. He expected similar conditions for the return trip; however, he found that the weather had deteriorated. A wind blowing over high ground usually produces downdrafts on the leeward side. The downdrafts are most severe near the higher ground. The strong winds over Addenbrook Island were blowing across high ground and toward the low-flying aircraft. When the aircraft approached the high ground, the vertical rate of the downflow exceeded the aircraft's ability to maintain level flight, and the pilot was unable to prevent the aircraft from flying into the trees.

C-FJBP Orca Air (1987) Limited, Port McNeill, BC. Regd 07-Sep-1988. Canx 18-Jan-1994.

C-FJBP Baxter Aviation Ltd., Nanaimo, BC. Regd 16-Dec-1996.

Note: Attended the 50th Anniversary Celebration at Victoria, BC, 17 to 19-Oct-1997.

C-FJBP West Coast Air Ltd., Vancouver BC. Regd 17-May-2007. Canx 09-May-2008. Regd 21 and 30-May-2008. Canx 21-May-2010. Regd 04-Jun-2010. Canx 17-Apr 2012.

C-FJBP Harbour Air Ltd., Richmond, Vancouver, BC. Regd 17-Apr-2012. f/n 217.

Note: Operating in Whistler Air markings.