VH-NTO. de Havilland Canada DHC-6-300 Twin Otter. c/n 371.

 

This aircraft was originally ordered new by Crownair Sweden

First flown at Downsview as SE-GEA - June 20, 1973

Powered by Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-27 engines

Entered onto the Swedish Aircraft Register as SE-GEA - July 1987

Registered to Crownair Swedish AB, Solna, Sweden

Accepted by Crown Air at Downsview - July 19, 1973

Crownair changed its name to Crownair AB, Bromma, Sweden - February 11, 1974

Crownair changed its name to Crownair Flygtjanst Swedair, Bromma - December 30, 1975

Registered to Svensk Flygtjanst AB, Stockholm t/a Swedair AB, Bromma - March 18, 1976

Withdrawn from service and s old to Transport Aerien Transregional, Tours, France - October 1985

Entered onto the French Aircraft Register as F-GFAG - October 25, 1985

Observed parked at Tours in a hybrid Swedair / TAT livery - October - December 1990

Sold to 491549 Albert Ltd, Calgary, AB t/a Ashe Aircraft Enterprises, Calgary - May 31, 1991

Entered onto the Canadian Aircraft Register as C-FKKV - August 12, 1991

Registered to Ashe Aircraft Enterprises, Calgary

Observed stored at Springbank, AB - September 02, 1991

Sold / leased to Coast Air K/S, Iceland - January 1992

Ferried via Iquluit NU to Reykjavik (iceland) - January 23, 1992

Entered onto the Norwewgian Aircraft Register as LN-FAP - January 24, 1992

Registered to Vestfly AS, Avaldsnes t/a Coast Air K/S, Avaldsnes

Aircraft was named 'Utsira'

Registered to Coast Air Center, Avaldsnes t/a Coast Air K/S, Avaldsnes

Withdrawn from service - ?

Sold to Northern Territory Air Services - 1996

Entered onto the Australian Aircraft Register as VH-NTO - February 09, 1996

Registered to Nothern Territory Air Services, Nhulunbury, Northern Territory

Withdrawn from service and sold to Southern Cross Aviation - May 2000

Entered onto the United States Aircraft Register as N371AM - May 25, 2000

Cancelled from the Australian Aircraft Register - June 08, 2000

Registered to Southern Cross Aviation, Camarillo, California

Sold to 101000662 Saskatchewan Ltd, Saskatoon, SK - June 28, 2000

Observed parked at Calgary in the Northern Territory Air Services livery - July 2000

Cancelled from the United States Aircraft Register - August 2000

Entered onto the Canadian Aircraft Register as C-GGMV - August 22, 2000

Registered to BBS Aircraft, Water Valley, AB

Observed at Calgary as 'N371AM' in standard NTAS livery - September 13, 2000

Registered to BBS Aircraft, Cremona, AB - September 26, 2000

Leased to DCE Dutch Caribbean Express, Curacao - February 18, 2003

Cancelled from the Canadian Aircraft Register - February 18, 2003

The aircraft was observed parked at Curacao in an all-white livery - April 17, 2004

Aircraft was returned to BBS Aircraft, Cremona, AB - ? 2004

Leased to Aeromaster Airways, Quito, Ecuador - August 2004

Entered onto the Ecuadorian Aircraft Register as HC-CES - August 2004

Aircraft was withdrawn from service and returned to the lessor - ?

Entered onto the United States Aircraft Register as N371SS - April 09, 2008

Registered to Stephanie Sunnach, Orlando, Florida

Leased to BBS Aircraft, Saskatoon as the registered operator

Cancelled from the United States Aircraft Register - May 2008

Entered onto the Canadian Aircraft Register as C-FCPV - May 06, 2008

Registered to BBS Aircraft, Saskatoon

Leased to Northern Thunderbird Air, Prince George, BC as the registered operator - August 12, 2008

Returned to BBS Aircraft on termination of the lease - July 24, 2009

Leased to Alkan Air Limited, Whitehorse, YT as the registered operator - February 12, 2010

Sold to Ashe Aircraft Enterprises Ltd t/a Rocky Mountain Aircraft - April 29, 2016

Sold to PAL Airlines Limited, St Johns, Newfoundland - April 29, 2016

Current with PAL Airlines Limited

 

VH-NTO. Northern Territory Air Services - in the standard livery at Darwin Airport, November 1999.

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