• No regn A. Fecteau Transport Aérien of Québec. Jun-1956 but order cancelled.
• PI-C54 Philippine Air Lines, Manila, Philippine Islands. Delivered 24-Aug-1956.
• CF-XUY Thomas Lamb Airways, 02-Aug-1968.
• CF-XUY Omineca Air Services Ltd., Burns Lake, BC. Circa 1969.
• CF-XUY Trans Provincial Airlines, Terrace, BC. Circa 1970.
Accident: Cunningham Lake, BC. 14-Jun-1971. During take off run the aircraft was in collision with the water in adverse weather. Aircraft sustained substantial damage. The Otter was repaired and continued in service.
• CF-XUY Gulf Air Aviation Ltd., Campbell River, BC., on Vancouver Island in 1976.
• CF-XUY Air BC Ltd.
• CF-XUY Kingcome Aiircraft Equiptment, Campbell River, BC. Canx 26-Jul-1982.
• CF-XUY Powell Air Ltd., Powell River, BC. Regd-Jul-1982. Canx 26-Jul-1985.
• CF-XUY Gynn Bay Logging Ltd., trading as Western Straits Air, Campbell River, BC. Regd 10-Feb-1986.
• CF-XUY Central Mountain Air Ltd., Smithers, BC. 25-May-1990. Canx 25-Mar-1992
Power plant: Converted to a Vazar turbo Otter by Aeroflite Industries at their Vancouver International Airport hanger. Completed on 01- Aug-1990.
• CF-XUY to A.M.Luton, Calgary, AB., later in 28-May 1992. Canx 29-May-1992.
• N214L to North American Gold Centre Inc., Las Vegas, NV. Regd 18-Jun-1992. Canx 11-Mar-1993 on export to Canada.
• C-FXUY Air Tindi Ltd., Yellowknife, NT. Regd 16-Apr-1993.
• C-FXUY A.M. Luton, Calgary, AB Based Edmonton, AB. .Regd 23-Mar-1993. Canx 16-Apr-1993.
• C-FXUY Air Tindi Ltd., Yellowknife, NT. Regd 16-Apr-1993. Canx 31-Jan-1994. Re regd 16-Apr-1993. Canx 22-Sep-2005. Re regd 22-Sep-2005.
Incident: East Bay at Yellowknife 28th July 2000. When smoke and fire appeared in the cockpit, the take-off was rejected and the aircraft taxied back to the dock. A fire extinguisher was applied to the lower instrument panel and the fire put out. Maintenance found that a scat hose in the heater system had moved and contacted the “hot” bus side of a circuit breaker, resulting in a small fire which had burned the hose.
Accident: Yellowknife, NT. 25-Jun-2005. The aircraft operating as AT 301, was departing from the East Bay in Yellowknife, NT for a VFR flight to Blachford Lake, NT. During the takeoff run, the nose of the aircraft pitched up and the pilot was unable to correct the pitch attitude. AT 301 climbed to about 50 feet when the left wing dropped. The aircraft came to rest on its left side, having torn the left wing from the fuselage. The pilot and accompanying dock attendant were able to evacuate the aircraft from the right hand cockpit door and assisted 4 passengers out of the aircraft. Two passengers were able to escape through the ceiling escape hatch. A final passenger was assisted from the aircraft through the aft right hand escape door. The crew and passengers were recovered from the water by local boaters and the Canadian Coast Guard/RCMP.
• C-FXUY Air Tindi Ltd., Yellowknife, NT. Canx 11-Aug-2011.
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