• 9425 Royal Canadian Air Force. Delivered 29-Dec-1960. Designated as CSR-123.
Initially allocated to No.6 Repair Depot as a spare and put into storage at the Dunnville, ON., depot
08-Feb-1962. Assigned to 411 Squadron, CFB Downsview, ON. It also flew for 400 Squadron.
Accident: Location unknown.06-Sep-1963 Damaged in the course of a training detail from Downsview, The pilot of the aircraft made an inspection pass of the field and landed. When he realised that he could not stop within the confines of the field, he cut fuel and switches. The Otter came to rest against a line of trees at the far end of the field. Heavily damaged.
18-Sep-1963. Removed to by 6 Repair Depot at Dunnville, ON., for damage assessment, and remained in storage until a decision was made to dispose of the aircraft in October 1964.
• CF-BCG Transferred to the Government of British Columbia, Department of Highways. Based at Victoria, Vancouver Island. After rebuild was registered Apr-1965.
• C-FBCG Change of government department to BC Department of Commerce, Transport and Communications. Sidney, BC. Canx 09-Nov-1982.
• CF-BCG Burrard Air, Port Moody, BC. Regd Feb-1983.
• C-FBCG Burrard Air, Richmond BC. Re regd by 31-May-1985 (Photo evidence). Canx 02-Jun-1986.
• N666SA Red Baron Leasing Inc., Anchorage, AK. Regd Jun-1986 Canx 07-Mar-1988.
• N666SA Leased to Sound Adventures Inc. Based Lake Hood. Anchorage, AK. Dates unknown.
• C-FBCG Aerokon Aviation Ltd., Whitehorse, YT. Regd 12-Apr-1988.
Accident: Pelly Crossing 175 ml NW of Whitehorse. 29-May-1990. Pelly Crossing, a First Nations settlement on the bank of the Pelly River. The aircraft was hauling fuel on the day of the accident. During climb out, the Otter lost power and settled into the trees. It crashed and burned, seriously injuring the two on board.
• C-FBCG Canx from Canadian Civil Aircraft Register 05-Jul-1991.
• Destroyed by fire •