July 28, 2020


A North-Wright Airways Ltd. Beech 1900D (C-FTKF/NWL141) from Norman Wells, NT (CYVQ) to Fort Good Hope, NT (CYGH) rejected its take-off at 1458Z and 1526Z due to an aircraft issue. Aircraft returned to the apron. No impact to operations.

June 15, 2018


A North-Wright Airways Beech 1900D (C-FTKF/NWL141) from Norman Well, NT (CYVQ) to Fort Good Hope, NT (CYGH) rejected takeoff and returned to ramp.
UPDATE from Aircraft Maintenance & Manufacturing: A Civil Aviation Safety Inspector (CASI) looked into this occurrence. On the takeoff roll from Norman Wells, NT (CYVQ), the Crew noted a momentary illumination of the ENVIRO FAIL light. The takeoff was aborted and the aircraft returned to the main ramp without further incident. During a ground run, Maintenance and the Crew were unable to reproduce the fault and the aircraft was returned to service. Two flights later, the ENVIRO FAIL light came on again with a slight burning smell noted. Procedures were followed with the ENVIROS being shutdown and the aircraft returning to CYVQ. Maintenance inspected the aircraft and found the Bleed Air Bypass Valve and Temperature Controller faulty. The units were replaced, ground runs completed and the aircraft returned to service. There have been no further incidents reported.

February 12, 2003

Accident at CAMROSE AB (CEQ3)

C-FTKF, a Cessna 150, crashed shortly after takoff near Cooking Lake. The wreckage was discovered by RCMP within a small farm area at approximately 1521 February 12, 2003. The two fatalites were the pilot/owner and his passenger. Weather at the time of the accident was CAVOK - winds light to calm. The accident is currently being investigated by TSB who are on site. Update will follow as soon as information is available.
TSB reported that the Cessna 150L, registration C-FTKF, was observed impacting a frozen farm field in a near vertical attitude 7 NM northwest of Camrose, AB at approximately 15:55 MST. The aircraft was destroyed by impact forces and there was no post impact fire. The pilot and passenger were fatally injured. There was no ELT signal detected by Trenton RCC.

June 15, 1996

Incident at Red Deer, AB

C-FTKF took off on rwy 34 when rwy 16 was designated as active. C172 traffic was in circuit for 16 on base leg when FTKF took off and made a low level right turn for Cooking Lake. FTKF pilot had not received ATIS prior to departure.