December 12, 2021

Incident at 4532N / 07601W

A Rockcliffe Flying Club Diamond DA 20-C1 (C-GKEG) from Ottawa/Rockcliffe, ON (CYRO) experienced a loss of oil pressure and a rise in temperature. C-GKEG remained near the airfield to return to CYRO in case an emergency landing was required. Landing around 2040Z, emergency over.

May 23, 2021

Incident at PITT MEADOWS BC (CYPK)

The pilot of a privately registered Maule M-7-235C from Pitt Meadows, BC (CYPK) to Pitt Meadows, BC (CYPK) declared an emergency after departing from Runway 18. The aircraft maintained partial power and landed safely on Runway 18 at 1643Z. One departing aircraft was delayed.
UPDATE: TSB Report #A21P0038: A privately registered Maule M-7-235C departed Vancouver/Boundary Bay, BC (CZBB) for a local flight to Pitt Meadows, BC (CYPK), with 1 pilot and 1 passenger on board. Once the aircraft arrived at CYPK, the pilot requested a touch-and-go, followed by one circuit and a landing. During the climb-out from CYPK, following the touch-and-go, the propeller pitch control was lost and the propeller moved to a full fine position while at 400 feet AGL. The full fine propeller resulted in a diminished ability to climb and the risk of engine damage. The crew declared an emergency and returned the aircraft to CYPK to land without further incident. There were no injuries. Post flight maintenance discovered that a service plug in the engine case had become loose and shifted, causing a loss of oil pressure to the propeller hub. The service plug was reinstalled and the aircraft was returned to service. A Service Difficulty Report (SDR) will be submitted to Transport Canada.

May 16, 2021

Incident at FORT ST. JOHN BC (CYXJ)

An Adventure Aviation Inc. Cessna 172M (C-GYYM) from Grande Prairie, AB (CYQU) to Fort St. John, BC (CYXJ), operating on a VFR flight plan, entered the control zone and landed on Runway 21 without establishing communication with the CYXJ flight service station (FSS). Another pilot mentioned that they heard C-GYYM trying to communicate on its way in, but CYXJ was unable to pick up the transmissions from C-GYYM. The specialist observed the aircraft inbound and broadcasted an advisory for Runway 21 in case the pilot could receive communications. The FSS has been able to communicate with other aircraft during this time. The pilot landed on Runway 21 without incident and the North Peace Airport Services (NPAS) met the aircraft on the apron to help assess the radio issue.

February 9, 2021

Incident at 83NM ESE PRINCE GEORGE BC (CYXS)

A Central Mountain Air Ltd. Dornier 328-100 (C-FDYN/GLR8438) from Kelowna, BC (CYLW) to Prince George, BC (CYXS) declared PAN PAN due to an oil indication. The aircraft continued to its destination, where it landed without incident at 1730Z. No operational impact. (Information from Aviation Incident Report (AIRA) incorporated into narrative summary)
UPDATE: TSB Report #A21P0009: C-FDYN, a Central Mountain Air Dornier DO-328 aircraft, was conducting flight GLR8438 from Kelowna, BC (CYLW) to Prince George, BC (CYXS) with 3 crew members and 11 passengers on board. During cruise flight at FL240, the flight crew noticed indications of oil pressure fluctuations on the right engine (Pratt & Whitney Canada PW119B). ATC advised the flight crew that the flight would be required to hold prior to commencing the approach at CYXS due to traffic. The flight crew declared a PAN PAN and landed as soon as practical, without further incident. Subsequent maintenance actions revealed the engines no. 3 and no. 4 bearing labyrinth seals were leaking air and pressurizing the bearing cavity, to the point where oil had been pushed out into the intercompressor turbine case and overboard, into both the cowling and the exhaust burn-off ducts. The operator has coordinated with the engine manufacturer and has indicated that the engine requires replacement.
UPDATE from Airworthiness: A Civil Aviation Safety Inspector (CASI) looked into this occurrence. It was noted that the oil level was a little low upon the aircrafts landing in Prince George, BC (CYXS). There was also some oil present in the cowling, suggesting a potential leak at first evaluation. The oil was cleaned up and ground runs were performed, and the oil fluctuations did not reappear. The oil pressure and temperature were steady at all power settings. After shut down, it was noticed that oil was dripping from the cowling collector drain ports, but there was no evidence of further leaks. Oil dripping from the drains is not uncommon, after noting previous oil in the cowling area, as this is the common dump point for all scavenge or ported oil. Oil levels were still maintained at required levels. The aircraft was ground run for another 30 minutes, with no fluctuation in oil pressure. The aircraft was ferried back to Calgary, empty, for further analysis. Analysis result from Calgary, after multiple runs and tests, is currently pointing towards the internal #3 or #4 bearing labyrinth seal leaking air, and thus pressurizing the bearing cavity to the point of pushing oil out into the inter-compressor turbine case and overboard, into both the cowling and the exhaust burn-off duct. This is an internal fault of the engine that, although is not typical, is something that has been present in many turbo-prop engines in the past. Pratt & Whitney have been notified of all the tests and runs, and agree that the inner bearing seal has most likely failed and will require the replacement of the engine.

November 17, 2021

Incident at 62NM TORONTO / LESTER B. PEARSON INTL ON (CYYZ)

An Air Canada Rouge Airbus A320-214 (ROU2368) from Grissom Air Reserve Base, IN (KGUS) to Toronto/Lester B. Pearson, ON (CYYZ) declared "PAN PAN" due to a hydraulic loss and a possible loss of Nose Wheel Steering (NWS). ROU2358 requested a tow vehicle on standby (STBY) in case it could not clear the runway. ROU2368 landed on Runway 06R at 0029Z and was able to taxi under its own power. No operational impact.

August 6, 2021

Incident at TUKIR intersection (Aerodrome, runway or taxiway shutdown)

A Cargojet Airways Boeing 767-300 (CJT980) from London/Heathrow, United Kingdom (EGLL) to Hamilton, ON (CYHM) declared a "MAYDAY" due to a loss of hydraulic quantity. CJT980 was given priority and advised that they would need Runway 30 in CYHM and would stop on the runway. The CYHM tower was advised. CJT980 landed without further incident (WOFI) at 2344Z. A Swoop Inc. Boeing 737-8CT (WSW158) on a flight to Hamilton, ON (CYHM) was delayed for landing.
UPDATE: TSB Report #A21O0074: C-GCIJ, a Cargojet Airways Ltd. B767-300, was operating as flight CJT980, a flight from London/Heathrow, United Kingdom (EGLL) to Hamilton/John C. Munro, ON (CYHM) with two crew members on board. During the initial climb, the crew received an indication of low hydraulic quantity on the Centre hydraulic system. The appropriate checklists were completed, and in consultation with the operator, the decision was made to continue the flight to CYHM. During descent, approximately 30NM WSW of Ottawa, ON, the crew declared MAYDAY with the Toronto Centre. The flight landed on Runway 30 in CYHM without incident at 1944 EDT and was towed to the gate. An inspection of the aircraft revealed that a filter cap had failed on the Spoiler Power Control Actuator in position #8. The actuator unit, case drain, and pressure filters were replaced, and the aircraft was returned to service.

January 16, 2021

Incident at LONDON FIC / FIC DE LONDON (ATM - inaccurate aeronautical information)

The London flight information centre (FIC) was notified of a possible error on the 0000Z issue of the Atlantic Region Icing and Turbulence Graphical Forecast. When the re-issues were processed, they ended up being for the incorrect time and day, and further communication with the Atmospheric Environment Service (AES) was unable to correct the mistake. The Quebec FIC was able to confirm the same error and it was reported to the Technology Operations Coordinator (TOC) in case there was a server issue. The midnight shift was informed of the mistake and the 0600Z issue of the graphic area forecasts (GFAs) was processed properly.

August 24, 2021

Incident at EDMONTON INTL AB (CYEG)

A Sunwest Aviation Bombardier BD-100-1A10 (CNK350) from Edmonton, AB (CYEG) to Calgary, AB (CYYC) declared "PAN PAN" while inbound to CYYC, and requested the presence of the Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting (ARFF) unit upon arrival. The aircraft landed on Runway 35R without incident. No impact to operations.
UPDATE from Airworthiness: A Civil Aviation Safety Inspector (CASI) looked into this occurrence. The operator advised that the crew reported, upon takeoff and climb-out, that the left pitch trim switch had failed. The left seat pilot was unable to adjust for the nose up trim condition and control was handed over to the right seat pilot, who was initially able to trim out the high nose up condition, however, the trim would momentarily, without command, trim further into the nose down attitude. They tried secondary trim from the right trim switch, which originally worked to stop the nose down trim and worked to trim the nose up, but without warning (no trim clacker), the trim would again run trim into a nose down attitude. When the right trim switch was moved to "trim nose up", the trim would run in the opposite direction, to more of a nose down trim. The crew elected to turn the trim switch to "OFF" and continue the flight without horizontal trim. One passenger was on the leg from Edmonton to Calgary and was briefed on the situation and asked to move to the most aft seat in the cabin, to help move the centre of gravity (C of G) aft. The right seat pilot continued to fly the aircraft while the left seat pilot ran the Quick Reference Handbook (QRH) checklist. The right seat pilot declared "PAN PAN PAN" and advised air traffic control (ATC) of their status and asked ATC for a long downwind approach to provide enough time and altitude to configure the aircraft, in case they encountered an adverse effect on the controllability of the aircraft. As the aircraft slowed for the approach, the pull force on the elevator began to increase. With "flaps 10" selected and gear down only, a great deal of pull force on the yoke was required to overcome the pitch change. To relieve some of this pull force, the left seat pilot locked their arms just below the yoke to relieve this force. They continued the approach with flaps 10 and landed without incident. After landing, they cleared the runway, stopped, and had the fire crew check the brakes before proceeding to the hangar. The company’s maintenance department conducted an inspection of the aircraft and found the horizontal trim close to the full nose down trim position. They activated the system and returned the pitch trim switch to it’s primary position, where they discovered that when operating the pitch trim from the left hand position, they received a "Stab Trim Fault" crew alerting system (CAS) message. When operating the pitch trim from the right hand position, the switch caused the trim to move, but not consistently, in the direction selected. Further investigation determined that the switch on the right side was stuck in the nose down position. The company has been in contact with the manufacturer of the aircraft and has subsequently replaced both the left and right trim switches. The aircraft has since been returned to service. No further action.
UPDATE: TSB Report #A21W0065: A Sunwest Aviation Ltd. Bombardier BD-100-1A10 (CL35), C-FMIX, was operating as CNK350 on a flight from Edmonton, AB (CYEG) to Calgary, AB (CYYC) with 2 flight crew and 1 passenger on board. During the initial climb, the flight crew experienced a horizontal trim malfunction. Power to the horizontal trim was shut down and the STAB TRIM FAIL checklist was run. After all QRH procedures were carried out, a "PAN PAN" was broadcast and ATS was made aware of the situation. Adjustments to loading were made in the cabin and the decision was made to continue the flight to CYYC. As the aircraft approached CYYC, a request was made for a long downwind to configure the aircraft. A "flaps 10, Vref plus 30" approach was carried out to an uneventful landing. ARFF met the aircraft and confirmed there was no issues with the brakes, and the aircraft was taxied to the hangar. Maintenance findings: Maintenance determined that the Copilot trim was stuck in the "nosed down" position, internally. They are working with Bombardier to resolve the issue. AW300-27-0388 (Rev 1) addresses a similar situation.

June 1, 2021

Incident at YELLOWKNIFE NT (CYZF) (Incursion - runway - pedestrian)

There were 2 occurrences involving the same issue; one at 2144Z and a second at 2315Z. In both cases, a vehicle (RED1) was providing an escort to some contractors conducting survey work. RED1 had approval to hold short of Runway 16/34 on Taxiway Hotel, and did so. The pedestrians had approval to operate inside the runway protected area (RPA), but "off the hard surface at all times". On two separate occasions, at the times noted above, the pedestrians were observed on the hard surface inside the RPA, contrary to the approval they had. RED1 and the controller had a discussion after both occurrences. (Reference CADORS 2021C2081)

Incident at YELLOWKNIFE NT (CYZF) (Incursion - runway - pedestrian)

There were 2 occurrences involving the same issue; one at 2144Z and a second at 2315Z. In both cases, a vehicle (RED1) was providing an escort to some contractors conducting survey work. RED1 had approval to hold short of Runway 16/34 on Taxiway Hotel, and did so. The pedestrians had approval to operate inside the runway protected area (RPA), but "off the hard surface at all times". On two separate occasions, at the times noted above, the pedestrians were observed on the hard surface inside the RPA, contrary to the approval they had. RED1 and the controller had a discussion after both occurrences. (Reference CADORS 2021C2082)

January 3, 2021

Incident at 4NM N WINNIPEG / ST. ANDREWS MB (CYAV)

A Whitechurch Construction Ltd. Cessna 170A (C-FGZN) from Winnipeg/St. Andrews, MB (CYAV) to Winnipeg/St. Andrews, MB (CYAV) declared an emergency with the CYAV tower due to an engine failure, and reported that it would be landing along Highway 230. The aircraft landed safely immediately after.
UPDATE: TSB Report #A21C0002: C-FGZN, a privately operated Cessna 170A, was conducting a flight from Steinbach, MB (CJB3) to Winnipeg/St. Andrews, MB (CYAV). When approximately 4NM North of CYAV and on the approach for Runway 18, the pilot noticed a rapid drop in oil pressure, followed by the complete loss of engine power. The pilot notified the CYAV tower and carried out a forced landing on Manitoba Highway 230. There was no damage to the aircraft and there were no injuries. RCMP, first responders, and EMS attended the scene. The aircraft was subsequently moved to CYAV. A visual inspection of the engine found the engine crank case was cracked near the number 6 cylinder. A detailed inspection revealed that the number 6 connecting rod had failed.

January 1, 2020

Incident at VAL-D'OR QC (CYVO)

TSB Report A20Q0001: C-GSPW, an Air Inuit Boeing 737-200 (AIE752) with 4 crew members and 28 passengers on board, was on an IFR flight from Montreal Pierre Elliot Trudeau Intl, QC (CYUL) to Val-dOr, QC (CYVO). Following the landing at CYVO, the flight crew received a fire indication from the auxiliary power unit (APU) as well as an indication that the fire extinguishing bottle had discharged. Noticing that the fire indication was still present, the flight crew brought the aircraft to a stop on the runway and requested the presence of Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting (ARFF) services in case of an accident so that it could verify whether smoke or flames were present at the back of the aircraft. The aircraft, having not received any confirmation of the presence of smoke or flames, taxied to its designated parking area and proceeded with the quick unloading of passengers since the fire indication was still present. All occupants evacuated the aircraft. ARFF personnel arrived a few minutes later. When the APU was checked, it was discovered that there was no trace of fire. No one was injured and the aircraft was not damaged.

Incident at VAL-D'OR QC (CYVO)

After landing, an Air Inuit Boeing 737-275C (C-GSPW/AIE752) from Montreal/Pierre-Elliott Trudeau Intl, QC (CYUL) to Val-dOr, QC (CYVO) reported an IPU fire indication and requested the presence of emergency services without declaring an emergency. 911 called at 1700Z. The passengers and crew were evacuated from the aircraft. Firemen arrived at 1720Z. Runway inspection completed and nothing abnormal found. National Operations Centre (NOC) and Aviation Operations Centre (COA) notified.
UPDATE TSB Report #A20Q0001: C-GSPW, an Air Inuit Boeing 737-200 (AIE752) with 4 crew members and 28 passengers on board, was on an IFR flight from Montreal Pierre Elliot Trudeau Intl, QC (CYUL) to Val-dOr, QC (CYVO). Following the landing at CYVO, the flight crew received a fire indication from the auxiliary power unit (APU) as well as an indication that the fire extinguishing bottle had discharged. Noticing that the fire indication was still present, the flight crew brought the aircraft to a stop on the runway and requested the presence of Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting (ARFF) services in case of an accident so that it could verify whether smoke or flames were present at the back of the aircraft. The aircraft, having not received any confirmation of the presence of smoke or flames, taxied to its designated parking area and proceeded with the quick unloading of passengers since the fire indication was still present. All occupants evacuated the aircraft. ARFF personnel arrived a few minutes later. When the APU was checked, it was discovered that there was no trace of fire. No one was injured and the aircraft was not damaged.
Note: Duplicate CADORS record #2020Q0343 deleted after merging information.

March 20, 2020

Incident at VANCOUVER / BOUNDARY BAY BC (CZBB) (Aerodrome, runway or taxiway shutdown)

A Sea Land Air Management Diamond DA 20-C1 (C-GRTJ) from Vancouver/Boundary Bay, BC (CZBB) to Vancouver/Boundary Bay, BC (CZBB) lost control of the aircraft upon landing on Runway 13. Aircraft exited the runway to the right and came to a stop in the grass off the runway. Shift Manager notified, who passed to the Joint Rescue Coordination Centre (JRCC) Victoria that the Emergency Locator Transmitter (ELT) signal activation was due to the crash on field. Operations moved to Runway 07.
UPDATE: Duplicate CADORS 2020P0563 / AOR 263128-V1 deleted.
UPDATE TSB Report #A20P0040: C-GRTJ, a Diamond DA20-C1 Eclipse owned by Sea Land Air Management Ltd, was cleared for a touch and go landing on Runway 13 at Boundary Bay Airport (CZBB), BC, when the aircraft was observed to bounce on touch down, and exited the runway to the right, where it came to a stop with the nose pointing down into sloping ground and thick grass. Company operations reported that the parking brakes had been applied in-flight. The student exited the aircraft and was assessed by Delta Fire and Ambulance personnel. The aircraft suffered minor damage to the left wing, nose wheel, and substantial damage to the propeller. The ELT was triggered and ATC notified JRCC that activation was due to crash on field; operations were moved to Runway 07.
UPDATE from Flight Operations: A Civil Aviation Safety Inspector (CASI) looked into this occurrence. The CASI noted it was not the case that the parking brake of the aircraft had been set in flight and that the aircraft had not landed with the parking brakes engaged. This accident has been reviewed with the certificate holder. Appropriate action has been taken. No further action is required.

March 17, 2020

Incident at 60NM ESE TERRACE BC (CYXT) (Aerodrome, runway or taxiway shutdown)

A WestJet Encore Bombardier DHC-8-402 (C-GWEN/WEN3108) from Terrace, BC (CYXT) to Vancouver, BC (CYVR) departed and, approximately 60 miles South of CYXT, returned to CYXT due to smoke in cockpit. Aircraft landed safely at 0301Z, however the aircraft was evacuated on the runway.
UPDATE: Duplicate CADORS 2020P0581 / AOR 263212-V1 deleted, after merging relevant information. Runway 15/33 was closed until 0356Z to remove the aircraft.
UPDATE TSB Report #A20P0038: C-GWEN, a De Havilland DHC-8-402 operated by WestJet Encore Ltd, was operating as flight WEN3108 from Terrace (CYXT), BC, to Vancouver Intl. (CYVR), BC, with 4 flight crew and 30 passengers on board. At approximately 60 NM ESE of CYXT, the crew received an aft baggage smoke indication in the cockpit. The QRH procedure was followed and the fire bottles were discharged. The aft baggage smoke indication remained visible in the cockpit. The flight crew declared an emergency and the aircraft returned to CYXT. The aircraft landed safely and an emergency evacuation was conducted on Runway 15/33. ARFF gained access to the aft baggage compartment and found no evidence of fire. There were no injuries and no damage to the aircraft. Maintenance replaced the aft smoke detector in the baggage compartment due to damage found on the casing and the guard. An SDR was submitted with Transport Canada.

December 2, 2020

Incident at In the vicinity of: LONDON ON (CYXU)

TSB Report #A20O0110: C-GFNJ, an Aero Vodochody L39C owned and operated by International Test Pilots School (ITPS) Canada Ltd., was conducting an aerobatic training flight with 2 pilots on board in the vicinity of London, ON (CYXU). During the planned return to base, the aircraft was maneuvering in formation with a company L39C aircraft. After rolling out following a barrel roll, and possibly after a brief application of pitch trim, an uncommanded pitch-up movement occurred. The student pilot released the controls under the assumption that the instructor pilot had initiated the pitch-up movement and was taking control. The maximum force reached during the pitch excursion was approximately 3.8 G, before the instructor pilot took control of the aircraft. The instructor pilot completed a controllability check, which resulted in no abnormal indications, after which an uneventful approach and landing was made. ITPS grounded their L39C aircraft pending an internal inquiry into the occurrence. Maintenance action did not reveal any mechanical deficiencies with the aircraft, and a subsequent test flight did not reveal any flight control abnormalities. It was determined that the most likely cause was the design of the control stick-mounted , which could be activated with minimal force, and had a tendency to continue trim inputs momentarily after it was released. This may have caused the initial excursion, which was possibly exacerbated when the student pilot released the controls. Following an extensive internal inquiry, including a review of transfer of control procedures, the L39C aircraft were returned to service. ITPS reported that the current pitch trim controls will be replaced with OEM controls.
UPDATE: Aviation Incident Report #16912: Following a barrel roll, it was reported that C-GFNJ spontaneously pitched up aggressively from level flight, 200 KIAS, 8000 mean sea level (MSL). The pitch up was approximately 3.8G to an attitude of 60 DEG nose up. The instructor then took control and recovered to normal flight. The instructor initially believed that the student had flown an aggressive pitch up manoeuvre to correct fighting wing positioning, but after querying the student, it was determined that this was not the case. The student reported that they did not command a pitch up and believed that the instructor had taken control and pulled the nose up. The instructor retained control of the aircraft, which was then responding normally, completed a controllability check and landed on Runway 33 at London, ON (CYXU) without further incident. The aircraft was placed as unserviceable and the maintenance crew/accountable manager were debriefed.

March 16, 2020

Incident at TORONTO / LESTER B. PEARSON INTL ON (CYYZ)

A WestJet Boeing 737-7CT (C-FWSF/WJA249) from Halifax/Stanfield, NS (CYHZ) to Toronto/Lester B. Pearson, ON (CYYZ) was instructed to overshoot Runway 05 to ensure that the flight behind, which was reported by the Greater Toronto Airports Authority (GTAA) to have a medical case on board, could land. WJA249 landed at 1720Z without further incident (WOFI). No operational impact.

January 10, 2020

Incident at 100NM PHILIPSBURG, PA VORTAC (PSB)

Delayed entry as a result of NAV CANADA safety and evaluation quality assurance (QA) review: The Cleveland Centre reported that a Sunwing Airlines Inc. Airbus A320 (SWG421) from Punta Cana, Dominican Republic (MDPC) to Toronto/Lester B. Pearson, ON (CYYZ) had an unruly passenger in seat 20A, who had struck another passenger, and requested that local police meet the aircraft at the gate in CYYZ. The Airline Operations Control Centre (AOCC) was notified to arrange for the police and North American Aerospace Defence Command (NORAD) was informed of the situation in case it escalated. SWG421 landed on Runway 24L at 0023Z without incident. No impact to operations.
UPDATE from operator: Correction to aircraft information. Narrative updated to read as follows: "Delayed entry as a result of NAV CANADA safety and evaluation quality assurance (QA) review: A GetJet Airlines Airbus A320-232 (LYOWL) operating as a Sunwing Airlines flight (SWG421) was en-route on a scheduled IFR flight from Punta Cana, Dominican Republic (MDPC) to Toronto/Lester B. Pearson, ON (CYYZ). Cleveland Centre staff advised that SWG421 had an unruly passenger in seat 20A (who had struck another passenger) and requested that local police meet the aircraft at the gate at CYYZ. The Airline Operations Control Centre (AOCC) was notified to arrange for the police and North American Aerospace Defence Command (NORAD) was informed of the situation in case it escalated. SWG421 landed on Runway 24L at 0023Z without incident. No operational impact".

December 18, 2020

Incident at 53.87819833333333, -117.358601

Aviation Incident Report #16927: While flying on patrol, the pilot of a Synergy Aviation Robinson R44 II (C-FIJI) from Edmonton/Villeneuve, AB (CZVL) to the Berland Plant, AB, remembered thinking that they had forgotten to pull the circuit breaker. The pilot had been scheduled to fly over the last two days, but both flights were cancelled and therefore they had not completed installation of the equipment on the hook. The pilot decided not to pull the circuit breaker while they were in flight, in case it accidentally released the cargo hook. At approximately 1919Z, the equipment was unintentionally dropped over a non built-up area. No damage to people or property was observed. Management was contacted immediately after the aircraft had landed at the Berland Plant.

December 29, 2020

Incident at CALGARY INTL AB (CYYC)

Aviation Incident Report #16933: The flight crew of a WestJet Encore de Havilland DHC-8-402 (C-GWUE) from Abbotsford, BC (CYXX) to Calgary, AB (CYYC) requested that Calgary Police Services (CPS) meet the aircraft upon its arrival due to a passenger becoming unruly. The passenger was being difficult with the flight attendant, and the flight attendant felt is was necessary to have the police be there in case the situation escalated. CPS dealt with the situation.

December 15, 2020

Incident at 20NM TULITA (FORT NORMAN) NT (CZFN)

An Air Tindi Ltd. Beech 200 (TIN512) from Yellowknife, NT (CYZF) to Yellowknife, NT (CYZF) reported a mechanical issue and requested to return to CYZF. No emergency declared. No assistance needed. No impact to operations.
UPDATE from Airworthiness: A Civil Aviation Safety Inspector (CASI) looked into this occurrence. This aircraft was en route from Yellowknife, NT (CYZF) to Tulita, NT (CZFN) when the crew reported a mechanical issue and requested to return to CYZF. During the flight, the crew tested the left-hand (L/H) volt/loadmeter by pressing the button on the indicator, and the knob broke when it was pressed. The flight crew elected to return to CYZF to have maintenance replace the indicator and landed without further incident. Company maintenance inspected the aircraft and found that the jam nut holding the L/H volt/loadmeter switch in place had loosened, allowing the switch to move within the instrument case, making it inactive. The L/H volt/loadmeter was replaced and the aircraft was returned to service. There have been no further reported incidents.

November 26, 2020

Incident at 6554N / 11935W

On November 26, 2020, an Air China Cargo Boeing 747-400 (CAO1046) from Chicago/OHare, IL (KORD) to Shanghai/Pudong, China (ZSPD) was at F320. At approximately 2335Z, the flight requested F340. The flight was cleared to and climbed to F340, with the "Pilot Selected Altitude" as reported in the automatic dependent surveillance – broadcast (ADS-B) message at F320. Separation was not an issue, but altitude warnings were presented to the controllers working this flight indicating that the flight had selected an altitude that was different than the clearance altitude. No impact to operations. Reference CADORS 2020C4134 for a similar case on November 19, 2020, involving an Air China Cargo Boeing 747-400 (CAO1056).

November 19, 2020

Incident at 6554N / 11935W

On November 19, 2020, an Air China Cargo Boeing 747-400 (CAO1056) from Chicago/OHare, IL (KORD) to Shanghai/Pudong, China (ZSPD) was at FL300 and requested to climb to F340. The controller cleared the flight to F340 and the flight climbed to that altitude. The Pilot Selected Altitude reported as part of the automatic dependent surveillance – broadcast (ADS-B) message remained at F300. The controller queried the pilot, but comprehension was an issue. Separation was not an issue, but altitude warnings were presented to the controllers working this flight indicating that the flight had selected an altitude that was different than the clearance altitude. No impact to operations. Reference CADORS 2020C4135 for a similar case on November 26, 2020, involving an Air China Cargo Boeing 747-400 (CAO1046).

July 18, 2020

Incident at 4957N / 09658W

Company advised the Winnipeg/James Armstrong Richardson, MB (CYWG) tower of a Western Aerial Applications Ltd. Hiller UH-12E (C-GUSD) from Winnipeg, MB (Heli) (CWG2) to Winnipeg, MB (Heli) (CWG2) that autorotated and landed in a field between Winnipeg/Lyncrest, MB (CJL5) and Winnipeg/St. Andrews, MB (CYAV).
Update: TSB Report #A20C0072: C-GUSD, a Hiller UH-12E operated by Western Aerial Applications, departed the Winnipeg Heliport (CWG2), MB, to conduct spray operations 5.8NM Northeast of Winnipeg. During the spray operation, the helicopters engine experienced a loss of power (Avco Lycoming VO-540-C2A) at an altitude of approximately 100 feet above ground level (AGL). The pilot initiated an auto-rotation and, upon touching down, the helicopter yawed to the right but remained upright. There were no injuries to the pilot. Local fire and emergency medical services (EMS) and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) responded. The helicopter suffered minor damage to the right skid gear. A visual inspection of the helicopter by the operator indicated that the engine crank case was cracked and oil was found on the engine deck. The helicopter was placed on a trailer and transported to the operators maintenance facility.

July 14, 2020

Incident at IQALUIT NU (CYFB) (Communication error, Incursion - runway - vehicle)

At Iqaluit, NU (CYFB), a vehicle (ST27) asked permission to go on Taxiway D for some work. The flight service station (FSS) gave them permission (although it is an uncontrolled taxiway) but clarified that ST27 was to hold short of the runway, just in case of miscommunication. ST27 said that they were proceeding, without reading back the hold short instructions. As the FSS was about to correct them for not reading back the hold short instructions, they noticed ST27 had passed the hold short line. FSS clarified with them that if they wanted to be on the runway side, passed the hold short line, even if it is still Taxiway D, then they needed permission to be on the runway specifically. The FSS then gave ST27 permission to be on the runway. No impact on operations.

May 19, 2020

Incident at 50NM SE THOMPSON MB (CYTH)

A Perimeter Aviation de Havilland DHC-8-102 (C-GPAL/PAG401) from Oxford House, MB (CYOH) to Thompson, MB (CYTH) reported a loss of hydraulics and declared an emergency. Aircraft landed safely at 1606Z without incident. No impact to operations.
Update TSB Report #A20C0045: C-GPAL, a de Havilland DHC-8-102 operated by Perimeter Aviation, was conducting a flight from Oxford House (CYOH), MB to Thompson (CYTH), MB. Approximately 50 nm southeast of CYTH, the aircraft experienced a loss of hydraulic pressure on the number 2 hydraulic system. The crew conducted the appropriate QRH items and declared an emergency with Thompson FSS. The aircraft subsequently carried out an uneventful landing at CYTH. A subsequent inspection by the operators maintenance revealed a failed nose gear hydraulic hose. The hose was replaced and the aircraft was returned to service.
UPDATE from Airworthiness: A Civil Aviation Safety Inspector (CASI) looked into this occurrence. C-GPAL had a #2 hydraulic failure after gear retraction. The aircraft landed without any further issues. Maintenance found that the nose landing gear (NLG) uplock flex hose had failed, causing the #2 hydraulic quantity to deplete. Flex hose assembly, engine-driven pump (EDP) and case drain filter were replaced and the aircraft was returned to service. De Havilland SB8-32-182, released in March 2020, identified this issue with multiple operators and will be incorporated into the Perimeter fleet to prevent reoccurrence.

February 11, 2020

Incident at 10NM CALGARY INTL AB (CYYC)

A WestJet Boeing 737-6CT (WJA132) from Vancouver, BC (CYVR) to Calgary, AB (CYYC), flying the required navigation performance (RNP) "Y" VESGA transition for Runway 35L, was pulled off the approach and got within 2.5NM and 700 of a WestJet Encore Ltd. de Havilland DHC-8-402 (WEN4077) from Fort MacKay/Firebag, AB (CYFI) to Calgary, AB (CYYC) flying downwind for Runway 35L at 8000. WJA132 was turned right H190 for spacing and then got within 2.5NM and 500 of a Jazz de Havilland DHC-8-402 (JZA8408) from Kelowna, BC (CYLW) to Calgary, AB (CYYC) on left base for Runway 35L. 1000 feet or 3NM was needed in both cases.
Update TSB Report #2020C0599: The WestJet Airlines Boeing 737-600, C-GPWS, operating as WJA132, was on a flight from Vancouver (CYVR), BC to Calgary (CYYC), AB. While flying the RNP "Y" VESGA transition for Runway 35L at CYYC, WJA132 was pulled off the approach. A loss of separation occurred when WJA132 got within 2.5 NM laterally and 700 feet vertically of a WestJet Encore De Havilland Dash 8-400, C-FWEP, operating as WEN4077, which was on the downwind for Runway 35L at 8000 feet. WJA132 was turned right to a heading of 190 to regain separation and as a result got within 2.5 NM and 500 feet of a Jazz Aviation LP De Havilland Dash 8-400, C-GVJZ, operating as JZA408, which was on the left base for Runway 35L. 1000 feet or 3nm was needed in both cases.

July 19, 2020

Incident at ST. JOHN'S INTL NL (CYYT)

A Provincial Aerospace Beech B200 (C-FRHZ/SPR900) from St. Johns, NL (CYYT) to St. Johns, NL (CYYT) twice taxied out for departure and received a take-off clearance. Twice the aircraft returned to the ramp for maintenance and cancelled their IFR flight plan. No assistance required in either case.

May 11, 2020

Incident at 30NM CHARLOTTETOWN AIRPORT (CYYG)

The transponder of a Government of Canada, Department of National Defence, Lockheed C-130 (TSKR332) from Greenwood, NS (CYZX) to Gander Intl, NL (CYQX) squawked an emergency without pilot input. Second occurrence at 1152Z again with no pilot input. The pilot confirmed no emergency in both cases. No impact on operations.

May 18, 2019

Incident at In the vicinity of: MONTRÉAL INTL (MIRABEL) QC (CYMX)

The pilot of an Académie Aéronautique Inc. Cessna 152 (C-GPFX) advised that there was CO2 on board the cabin and that the aircraft was in the process of approaching for a stop at Montreal/Mirabel, QC (CYMX). They did not declare an emergency. They opened their windows and confirmed that they were okay on board. Ground services (GS) on shift and emergency services of the airport were notified in case. Aircraft landed safely at 1253Z. No impact on operations.

August 22, 2019

Incident at 3NM W MONTMAGNY QC (CSE5)

Aviation Incident Report #16294: At 1710Z, a 9357-5173 Québec Inc. Autogyro Cavalon (C-FLAH) from Rimouski, QC (CYXK) to Trois-Rivières, QC (CYRQ) landed at Montmagny, QC (CSE5) and fuelled up. At 1733Z, the aircraft took off from CSE5 for CYRQ. A call was received at 1751Z from an occupant, indicating that the aircraft had made an emergency landing due to a loss of power on a field south of the St. Lawrence, approximately 3 NM west of CSE5. No one was injured. No damage to the aircraft. The aircraft landed without incident. The pilot checked that he had filled up correctly with the proper fuel and wondered if the problem was fuel-related. No known problem concerning fuel. At 1755Z, Air Montmagny, the fuel provider, was notified. It conducted tests and everything was up to standards (it kept samples in case they were needed).

September 26, 2019

Incident at BAIE-COMEAU QC (CYBC)

While pulling up according to instrument landing system (ILS) 10, a 9736140 Canada Inc. Pilatus PC-12/47E (C-FMAO/PSC360M) from Quebec/Jean Lesage, QC (CYQB) to Baie-Comeau, QC (CYBC) indicated that it was at 2 800 ft while the published altitude in this case was 2 200 ft. Impact: a loss of separation with a Hydro-Québec de Havilland DHC-8-402 (HYD341) from Havre-Saint-Pierre, QC (CYGV) to Baie-Comeau, QC (CYBC) in a holding pattern at 3 200 ft, east of CYBC. HYD341 also indicated that it had been forced to perform an evasive manoeuvre to avoid conflict with PSC360M.
Update: TSB Report #A19Q0157: A Pascan Aviation Inc. Pilatus PC-12/47 C-FMAO (PSC360M) was on an instrument flight rules (IFR) flight from Quebec/Jean Lesage Intl, QC (CYQB) to Baie-Comeau, QC (CYBC). A Hydro-Québec Bombardier DHC-8-300 (C-GJNL) (HYD341) was on an IFR flight from Havre-St-Pierre, QC (CYGV) to Baie-Comeau, QC (CYBC). After it had conducted an approach on Runway 28 and a pull-up to 3 000 ft, PSC360M conducted an approach and a pull-up for an ILS approach on Runway 10. During the pull-up, the crew reported that it had gone past 2 800 ft, while the published altitude for the pull-up was 2 200 ft. HYD341, which was in a holding pattern at 3 200 ft east of CYBC, had to perform an evasive manoeuvre to avoid a conflict with PSC360M. Vertical separation was reduced to under 1 000 ft, which is the norm.

May 31, 2019

Incident at 4530N / 07445W

A Chrono Aviation Beech B300 (C-GJKA) filed a flight plan, saying that it was equipped to meet reduced vertical separation minimum (RVSM) requirements even though this was not the case. Air traffic services (ATS) asked questions to find out whether or not the aircraft was RVSM, because an email received the day before indicated that it would not be. ATS modified the flight plan accordingly. No impact on separation or operations.

January 27, 2019

Incident at Revelstoke BC

Aviation Incident Report #15865: Member of the public reported that a Mustang Helicopters Inc. aircraft flying from East to West passed close to their house. Citizen stated that the aircraft was 350 feet to the South and 250 feet above ground level (AGL) higher than their house, and that visibility was good. Citizen also reported that their house is on a hillside overlooking the helibase, and that this incident was not an isolated case, as it occurs with regularity.

September 3, 2019

Incident at VANCOUVER INTL BC (CYVR)

TSB Report #A19P0130: C-FRUZ, a De Havilland DHC-8-311 aircraft operated by Jazz Aviation LP, was conducting flight JZA9047 from Masset (CZMT), BC to Vancouver Intl (CYVR), BC with 3 crew members and 44 passengers on board. During cruise, the flight crew noticed the #2 hydraulic quantity was low. The flight crew elected to use the alternate gear extension and declared an emergency for landing into CYVR. On approach, the #2 hydraulic ISO valve illuminated. The flight crew actioned the appropriate checklist and landed safely. The operators maintenance found the hydraulic pump leaking from the case. A new pump was installed IAW MM29-10-11 and the aircraft was returned to service.

August 17, 2019

Incident at PRINCE RUPERT BC (CYPR)

N87583 failed to close its VFR flight plan from Ketchikan, AK (PAKT) to Prince Rupert, BC (CYPR). The aircraft reached alert notice (ALNOT) stage of comsearch at 0253Z. The aircraft was located at 0807Z by Victoria joint rescue coordination centre (JRCC) at Red Bluff Lake on Pitt island, BC. All occupants were safe and it was a case of pilot forgetting to close the flight plan.

July 6, 2019

Incident at PORT HARDY BC (CYZT)

An American, corporately registered Cessna 180 (N4644A) from Ketchikan, AK (PAKT) to Port Hardy, BC (CYZT) arrived with no transborder VFR flight plan (FP). Pilot indicated that they did their customs notification and they advised they "had [their] flight plan", meaning their customs information. Pilot took this to mean they had a flight plan for the transborder crossing and alerting when this was not the case.

April 14, 2019

Incident at KAMLOOPS BC (CYKA)

A Southern Interior Flight Centre Beech 76 (C-GSFB) from Kamloops, BC (CYKA) to Kelowna, BC (CYLW) filed an IFR flight plan with Kamloops flight information centre (FIC).The pilot indicated to YKA flight service specialist (FSS) to cancel the IFR flight plan and proceed on a VFR flight plan prior to commencing on the IFR flight plan. The pilot later called Kamloops FIC to cancel the VFR flight plan, of which there was no record. The pilot had an expectation VFR alerting was being provided, which was not the case.

April 21, 2019

Incident at ABBOTSFORD BC (CYXX)

A Canadian Flight Centre Piper PA-34-220T (C-GYAZ) from Vancouver/Boundary Bay, BC (CZBB) to Abbotsford, BC (CYZZ) filed an IFR flight plan with Kamloops flight information centre (FIC). The student pilot later called Kamloops FIC and indicated CYXX tower was told to cancel the IFR flight plan and wished to proceed on a VFR flight plan. Kamloops FIC had no VFR plan on file. The pilot had an expectation VFR alerting service was being provided, which was not the case.

January 29, 2019

Incident at VANCOUVER INTL BC (CYVR)

An Air Canada Boeing 737-8 (C-FSEQ/ACA534) from Kahului, HI (PHOG) to Vancouver Intl, BC (CYVR) reported a low oil quantity and low oil pressure on Engine #2. The aircraft declared an emergency at 0505Z. It reported shutting down Engine #2 at 0513Z. The aircraft landed safely on Runway 26L at 0538Z with emergency services standing by. The aircraft taxied off the runway under their own power.
Update TSB Report #A19P0015: C-FSEQ, a Boeing 737-8 MAX aircraft operated by Air Canada, was conducting flight ACA534 from Kahului (PHOG), HI to Vancouver Intl (CYVR), BC with 6 crew members and 134 passengers on board. During cruise flight at FL370, the flight crew noticed a low oil quantity and a low oil pressure on the right engine (CFM LEAP 1B27). The flight crew elected to continue the flight, while monitoring the oil level. At the top of descent into CYVR, the oil quantity for the right engine was near zero. The flight crew consulted the QRH, shut the right engine down, and declared a MAYDAY. The flight landed without further incident with ARFF standing by. There were no injuries. The operator’s maintenance inspected the aircraft and found that the oil loss came from the starter. The starter malfunction also caused damage to the engine fan case. A Service Difficulty Report (SDR) was filed with Transport Canada Civil Aviation (TCCA). The starter and engine were removed and replaced. The aircraft was returned to service.

December 3, 2019

Incident at 5NM PLEVNA / TOMVALE ON (CNA9)

A privately registered Cessna 172E on a flight to Ottawa/Rockcliffe, ON (CYRO) reported having a brief case of smoke in the cockpit. No emergency declared. The aircraft continued its flight to CYRO. No impact.

August 31, 2019

Incident at LONDON FIC / FIC DE LONDON

A privately registered Bellanca 7GCBC was on a VFR flight plan (FP) from Smiths Falls/Montague (Russ Beach), ON (CYSH) to Wolfe Island, ON, with an estimated time of departure (ETD) of 1940Z and an estimated time of arrival (ETA) of 2010Z. The aircraft went Information Request to Departure Station (QALQ) and following steps were done. The aircraft then went into information request (INREQ), Trenton (YTR) Joint Rescue Coordination Centre (JRCC) was informed and sent an INREQ. Kingston, ON (CYGK) had talked to pilot at 1949Z and asked how the pilot was going to close their flight plan. Pilot replied with "Will call to close my flight plan when on ground". Emergency contact was called and in touch the whole time. Alert notice (ALNOT) was issued at 2216Z. YTR JRCC sent Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) to CYSH for a ramp check. YTR JRCC had two aircraft started up on the ramp ready to look for aircraft. YTR had the missing aircraft notice (MANOT) written out and ready to go. At 2232Z, the emergency contact called the flight information centre (FIC) saying that the pilot had been found safe at Wolfe Island. YTR was informed and "shut down the resources". YTR JRCC and FIC kept the case open until verbal confirmation was received from the pilot. The FIC was finally in direct contact with pilot after almost three and a half hours of trying the pilots cell. Flight plan was finally closed and ALNOT terminated at 2330Z. All parties originally involved were notified. It was also noted that the aircraft was not properly registered with Transport Canada. YTR is investigating this case more in depth.

August 25, 2019

Incident at LONDON ON (CYXU)

A 1209465 Ontario Inc. Cessna 182Q (C-FYIS) on a VFR flight from London, ON (CYXU) to St. Catharines/Niagara, ON (CYSN) taxied out of Apron 3 but incorrectly turned North onto a vehicle service road. The aircraft was instructed to stop (which it did) and was made aware of the error. The aircraft then continued to taxi clear of the service road. SOC (airport security) called to say that a witness (fixed base operator (FBO) staff) had observed the aircraft strike a stop sign and that there would be damage. The pilot was advised of this and maintained that this was not the case. It was recommended that the aircraft stop for inspection (which it did) and the pilot chose to continue their flight to CYSN.

August 19, 2019

Incident at 5311N / 09349W

A Perimeter Aviation de Havilland DHC-8-314 (C-GJYZ/PAG107) on a flight from Island Lake, MB (CYIV) to Winnipeg/James Armstrong Richardson Intl, MB (CYWG) reported a hydraulic issue shortly after departure from CYIV. The aircraft requested clearance to CYWG and landed without incident at 2047Z. No operational impact.
UPDATE from Airworthiness: A Civil Aviation Safety Inspector (CASI) looked into this occurrence. C-GJYZ had a #1 hydraulic failure on route to Winnipeg/James Armstrong Richardson Intl, MB (CYWG). Upon landing at YWG, maintenance confirmed the #1 pressure manifold to engine driven hydraulic pump (EDP) inlet hydraulic line failed. The hydraulic line, E.D.P. and case drain filter was replaced and the aircraft returned to service.

February 27, 2019

Incident at 250NM N MUCC - Jardines del Rey Intl - Cayo Coco

TSB Report #A19F0054: C-GPVS, a Boeing 737-800 aircraft operated by Sunwing Airlines, was conducting flight SWG158 from Fredericton Intl (CYFC), NB to Cayo Coco/Jardines del Rey Intl (MUCC), Cuba with 6 crew members and 181 passengers on board. During cruise flight at FL360, approximately 250 nm north of MUCC, one of the flight crew members began to feel unwell after consuming a meal. Within the next 10 minutes, the flight crew member started to feel ok and was able to resume duties of Pilot Monitoring (PM). The aircraft landed at MUCC without further incident. In case of a re-occurrence during the return portion (SWG159) from MUCC to CYFC, it was decided that the affected flight crew member would carry out the same duties (PM). The affected flight crew member felt unwell again for a brief period during the return flight, which resulted in a state of fatigue. Controlled rest was used, in conjunction with careful hydration. Prior to the arrival at CYFC, the affected flight crew member assumed PM duties, and the flight landed without further incident.

January 12, 2019

Incident at 36NM NE FORT LAUDERDALE/HOLLYWOOD INTL FORT LAUDERDALE (KFLL)

TSB Report #A19F0007: C-GTQF, a Boeing 737-800 aircraft operated by Air Transat, was conducting flight TSC943 from Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood Intl (KFLL), FL to Montreal/Pierre Elliott Trudeau Intl (CYUL), QC with 8 crew members and 189 passengers on board. As the aircraft was passing 12 000 feet during the climb to cruising altitude after the departure from KFLL, the flight crew received a master caution warning associated with a BLEED TRIP OFF light on the number 2 engine, followed seconds later by an overheat indication for the same engine. The flight crew levelled off at 15 000 feet and declared an emergency. While performing the procedure for the engine overheat, the light extinguished; the flight crew elected to keep the engine at idle. The remainder of the checklist items were carried out, the aircraft returned at KFLL and landed overweight with ARFF standing by. The aircraft stopped on the runway and, after the flight crew shut the number 2 engine down, ARFF proceeded to inspect it. Subsequently, the aircraft was towed to the gate due to hot brakes. The operator’s maintenance found the number 2 engine duct supply from the 5th stage not secured correctly to the compressor case. The left hand side C duct & insulation were also found damaged.

November 15, 2019

Incident at ST. THERESA POINT MB (CYST)

Aviation Incident Report #16418: A Custom Helicopter Ltd. Aerospatiale AS-350-BA (C-GCHX) landed at St. Theresa, MB (CYST) and parked in front of the airport terminal with the tail rotor facing the airside door of the terminal building. Airport Manager advised the pilot of the hazards of landing close to the terminal building, especially with the tail rotor facing the access door of the terminal building, where there is high pedestrian traffic. It is the responsibility of the pilot to escort passengers to and from the terminal and this was not actioned. Airport staff had to guide and monitor the immediate area until the helicopter departed. Pilots response was that they had no choice but to land in that position and location, which was not the case.

August 22, 2019

Incident at YELLOWKNIFE NT (CYZF)

At 2310Z, an Air Tindi Beech 200 (C-FCGU/TIN502) departing Runway 28 for a flight from Yellowknife, NT (CYZF) to Hay River/Merlyn Carter, NT (CYHY) rejected takeoff and taxied back to the hangar. No assistance required. No impact to operations.
UPDATE from Aircraft Maintenance & Manufacturing: A Civil Aviation Safety Inspector (CASI) looked into this occurrence. During the takeoff roll of TIN502 at Yellowknife, NT (CYZF), the right hand (R/H) engine fire indication came on. The flight crew reduced engine power and the fire light went out and there was no visual indication of a fire. The takeoff was aborted and the flight crew returned the aircraft to the main base to report the incident to maintenance. Company maintenance opened the R/H engine cowl and inspected the engine case and components with no faults found. The fire detectors, associated wiring, and connectors were inspected. The ground terminals were found to be in poor condition and were replaced. No other faults were found. The cowlings were reinstalled and max power runs were completed with no faults found. The optical fire detection system was function tested and found serviceable. A test flight was conducted and all systems operated normally and the aircraft was returned to service. There have been no further reported incidents.

October 1, 2019

Incident at IQALUIT NU (CYFB) (Laser interference)

A Chrono Aviation Pilatus PC-12/45 (C-FCVD/NDL543) on a flight from Kuujjuaq, QC (CYVP) to Iqaluit, NU (CYFB) advised after landing that on the right of the approach Runway 34, just before airport grounds (not on airport grounds), there was a very bright light that seemed to be at a construction site (near forklift) that was disruptive according to the pilot. Airport help desk (NASL) advised immediately. No impact on operations. Update from NASL at 0251Z: A staff from NASL drove around town and figured out that the bright light was one on the First Air hangars (opposite side to the tower - SSW corner of the building) that seemed to be misaligned. Email to be sent to the concerned parties to get the issue fixed. Flight service station (FSS) contacted First Air maintenance on site to give them a heads up and to see if anything could be done immediately in case of another aircraft inbound for Runway 34. No further impact on operations.

September 14, 2019

Incident at REGINA INTL SK (CYQR)

A WestJet Encore Bombardier DHC-8-402 (C-GDEW/WEN3296) from Calgary, AB (CYYC) to Regina, SK (CYQR) reported a possible bird strike on landing roll on Runway 13. A foreign object debris (FOD) check was performed, no FOD was found. No impact on operations.
UPDATE from Airworthiness: A Civil Aviation Safety Inspector (CASI) looked into this occurrence. No associated defect for this case.

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