July 25, 2015

Accident at Toledo Express Airport, OH (KTOL)

TSB#A15F0081: The Piper PA38-112 reported "mayday" shortly after takeoff and stated the aircraft was returning to the Toledo, Ohio airport. The aircraft impacted a corn field about 1/2 mile east of the airport. The pilot went to hospital for injuries sustained from the accident and passed away there 05 August 2015.

May 11, 2012

Incident at WINDSOR ON (CYQG)

The Windsor Flying Club Piper PA38 112 aircraft (C-GRKQ) was on a local VFR flight from Windsor (CYQG). While taxiing clear of the runway after landing, the pilot reported seeing a dead bird at the intersection of taxiway Foxtrot and runway 25. Ops. impact -- none.

May 9, 2012

Incident at WINDSOR ON (CYQG)

UPDATE Supplemental information received from NAV CANADA [2012/05/11]: The aircraft registration, make, model and owner/operator information were corrected based on the revised aircraft registration data provided by NAV CANADA. O.P.I. assignment added.
The Windsor Flying Club Piper PA-38-112 aircraft (C-GTZY) was departing on a local VFR flight from Windsor International Airport (CYQG). NAV CANADA staff at Windsor Tower advised that the aircraft departed and the pilot reported a strange noise (similar to something coming off of the aircraft). The aircraft returned and landed routinely. A post-landing inspection revealed nothing. Ops. impact -- none.

May 31, 2011

Incident at WINDSOR ON (CYQG)

UPDATE Follow-up information received from Civil Aviation Operations -- West [2011/06/10]: A Civil Aviation Safety Inspector (CASI) contacted the C.F.I. about this occurrence. The CASI was advised that the aircraft had landed on runway 25 and had taxied along taxiway FOXTROT, runway 30 and experienced the flat tire while turning on to taxiway ALPHA. The aircraft came to a stop clear of runway 12/30 on taxiway ALPHA. The right main tire had failed. Inspection of the tire did not reveal any abnormalities while the tire had about 50% wear and appeared to be serviceable. Inspection of the inner tube revealed a very small hole in what would be the sidewall area of the tire. The cause of the hole has not been determined. The tire and tube had been on the airplane for 54.2 hours. The complete wheel assembly was replaced with an assembly that was built up using a used wheel and a new tire and tube.
The Windsor Flying Club Piper PA38-112 aircraft (C-GTZY) was concluding a local VFR flight from Windsor Airport (CYQG). The pilot reported a flat tire upon landing on runway 25. Ops. impact - none.

May 30, 2011

Incident at WINDSOR ON (CYQG) (Aerodrome, runway or taxiway shutdown)

The Windsor Flying Club Piper PA-38 Tomahawk aircraft (C-GTZY) was concluding a local VFR flight from Windsor International Airport (CYQG). The pilot advised of a flat tire while the aircraft was still on runway 25. Ops. impact -- one (1) aircraft on final for runway 25 was re-directed to runway 30 and landed without incident. No other operational impact.

April 16, 2011

Incident at Vicinity of 45N 66W

UPDATE SARS: The source of the ELT was located in a privately registered Piper PA38 aircraft at St Stephen NB. The beacon was secured.
Multiple reports of an ELT signal were received from high flying aircraft between 19:55Z and 22:00Z in the range of 34,000 ft. and 36,000 ft. The signal was at strength 4-5. The Rescue Coordination Centre (RCC) was advised.

August 26, 2010

Incident at CRANBROOK / CANADIAN ROCKIES INTL BC (CYXC) (Other operational incident, Bird strike, Aerodrome, runway or taxiway shutdown)

UPDATE from Maintenance & Manufacturing: Pacific Coastal Airlines can find no evidence of this occurrence taking place.
UPDATE from Aerodrome Safety: No further action required. The Cranbrook Airport has a wildlife program in place meeting the regulatory requirement of CAR 302.
Just prior to touch down on runway RWY 16 Pacific Coastal Airlines Limited Beech 1900C C-GIPC Flight # PCO603 IFR from Vancouver (CYVR) to Cranbrook (CYXC) reported a possible bird strike. Airport staff conducted a runway inspection which slightly delayed a privately register Piper PA38 VFR departure to the circuit (CCTS). No foreign object debris was found.

March 1, 2010

Incident at CRANBROOK / CANADIAN ROCKIES INTL BC (CYXC)

The privately-registered Piper PA38, VFR Cranbrook (CYXC) to CYXC, blew a tire on landing. The disabled aircraft was adjacent to the runway for approximately 1 hour. The runway was not closed and aircraft continued to use the runway for arrival and departure. Two inbound and two outbound aircraft were delayed. The aircraft was removed at 1839Z and Foreign Object Debris (F.O.D.) check completed.

January 14, 2010

Incident at southwest central Ontario

The privately-registered Piper PA-38-112 Tomahawk aircraft was on a VFR flight from Stratford Municipal Airport (CNM4) to [destination not reported]. NAV CANADA staff at London F.I.C. reported that at 1531Z, a friend of the pilot called the secretary at Stratford Municipal Airport and advised that he had been left a telephone message indicating that the aircraft was in distress [no further information provided]. The secretary advised the Airport Manager, who advised London F.I.C. staff. London F.I.C. staff advised J.R.C.C. Trenton staff. The pilot's friend then contacted the Stratford Municipal Airport secretary again to advise that the aircraft landed without incident at Collingwood Municipal Airport (CNY3). Ops. impact -- unknown.

September 15, 2009

Accident at WINDSOR ON (CYQG)

UPDATE Follow-up information received from General Aviation [2009/12/18]: A Civil Aviation Safety Inspector (CASI) looked into this occurrence and advised that a corrective action plan was received from the operator and accepted by the CASI with concurrence from the Safety Oversight - Operations Superintendent.
UPDATE Supplemental information received from T.S.B. Initial Notification [#A09O0199]: The Piper PA38-112 Tomahawk airplane (C-GTGZ) was performing circuits on runway 07 at Windsor International Airport. On the second landing when the nosewheel touched down, after a reportedly normal touchdown on the main wheels, the airplane swerved abruptly to the left and the nose landing gear collapsed resulting in the propeller and right wingtip striking the ground. The pilot (a solo student) had completed a dual instructional flight immediately prior to the occurrence flight. There was no injury to the pilot. Initial inspection of the airplane indicates substantial damage to the nose landing gear supporting structure.
The Windsor Flying Club Inc. Piper PA-38-112 Tomahawk aircraft (C-GTGZ) was concluding a local VFR flight from Windsor International Airport (CYQG). NAV CANADA staff reported that the aircraft's nose landing gear failed on landing. Ops. impact -- unknown.
UPDATE Supplemental information received from T.S.B. Initial Notification [#A09O0199]: The Class of Investigation was set as Class 5.

July 4, 2009

Incident at WINDSOR ON (CYQG) (Aerodrome - other)

The Windsor Flying Club Piper PA-38-112 Tomahawk aircraft registration C-GRKQ was on a local VFR flight from the Windsor Airport (CYQG). The aircraft had a flat tire on Foxtrot. Three other aircraft were unable to use Foxtrot. The aircraft was removed 05/0025Z.

May 24, 2009

Incident at TORONTO / BILLY BISHOP TORONTO CITY AIRPORT ON (CYTZ) (ATM - other)

A private PA 38 Tomahawk on a VFR flight from Erie International Airport (KERI) to Toronto Buttonville (CYTZ) enter Canada without an active flight plan.

May 19, 2009

Incident at WINDSOR ON (CYQG) (Aerodrome, runway or taxiway shutdown, Aerodrome - operations)

The Windsor Flying Club Piper PA-38-112 Tomahawk aircraft (C-GTGZ) was on a local VFR flight from Windsor International Airport (CYQG). The pilot reported a flat tire when on runway 25 and that the aircraft could not be taxied clear. Ops. impact -- unknown.

April 13, 2007

Incident at OTTAWA / ROCKCLIFFE ON (CYRO) (Communication navigation surveillance/air traffic system, ATM - other)

The privately-registered Piper PA-38-112 Tomahawk aircraft was concluding a VFR flight from Allentown (Lehigh Valley) International Airport, PA (U.S.A.) (KABE) to Ottawa (Rockcliffe) Airport (CYRO). The aircraft was flown on a transborder flight without an active flight plan. Ops. impact -- unknown. __________ L'aéronef est arrivé à CYRO en provenance de KABE sans plan de vol.

February 10, 2009

Incident at WINDSOR ON (CYQG)

The Windsor Flying Club Piper PA-38-112 Tomahawk aircraft (C-GTZY) was taxiing at Windsor International Airport (CYQG). The aircraft was on taxiway FOXTROT when the pilot reported a flat tire on the left main landing gear. Ops. impact -- one (1) IFR arrival (JZA7755, DHC-8) and one IFR departure (private C-550) could not use taxiway FOXTROT. The taxiway became available at 2105Z.

December 17, 2008

Incident at MONTRÉAL / MASCOUCHE QC (CSK3)

The FIC in Quebec City (CYQB) was notifed by Trenton RCC that an ELT had been activated in Mascouche (CSK3) on a privately owned Piper Tomahawk, that the owner had been informed, and that the ELT had been shut off.

October 13, 2008

Incident at ROBERVAL QC (CYRJ) (Communication navigation surveillance/air traffic system)

The pilot of a privately owned Piper PA-38 who was conducting a visual flight rules (VFR) flight from Alma (CYTF) to Roberval (CYRJ) made his initial call when he was 3 NM from the Roberval airport even though the mandatory frequency (MF) area is 5 NM.

September 28, 2008

Incident at CRANBROOK / CANADIAN ROCKIES INTL BC (CYXC)

ELT OUTSIDE TEST PERIOD.HEARD TWO BRIEF LOUD TWO TONE BURSTS.ONE AT 2029.THEN AGAIN AT 2030. THE AIRCRAFT RESPONSIBLE WAS IDENTIFIED AS A privately registered Piper PA38 . ACC AND RCC WERE BOTH ADVISED THAT IT WAS A TRANSMISSION PROBLEM AND NOT AN EMERGENCY.

September 18, 2008

Incident at CRANBROOK / CANADIAN ROCKIES INTL BC (CYXC)

The pilot of the privately-registered Piper PA38, VFR Cranbrook (CYXC) to CYXC, aborted take-off due to a mechanical problem. The PA38 returned to the hangar for maintenance.
UPDATE / Add Info from TSB: A08P0307: The Piper PA-38-112 aircraft was taking off at Cranbrook, BC for a local flight. During the take-off roll the engine (Lycoming O-235-112) began to run rough. The pilot rejected the take-off and returned to the ramp. A maintenance inspection found a faulty spark plug.
UPDATE from Maintenance & Manufacturing: The mechanical problem was a bad spark plug. All plugs were replaced. No further action required.

February 20, 2008

Incident at CRANBROOK / CANADIAN ROCKIES INTL BC (CYXC)

The privately-registered Piper P38T, VFR Cranbrook (CYXC) to Nelson (CZNL), taxied to position Runway 16 for departure South west bound. At 1941Z the pilot informed CYXC radio that the engine had stalled, and would attempt a restart and then taxi back to the ramp. The pilot was unable to keep the engine running and requested assistance. A truck with a tow bar and ST31 were dispatched to the threshold of Runway 16. After another attempt at restarting the engine, the pilot was able to taxi off Runway 16 under its own power. Although Air Canada Jazz Flight JZA8213, a Dehavilland DH8C, was inbound at the time, minimal impact to operations was encountered.

May 24, 2008

Incident at OTTAWA / ROCKCLIFFE ON (CYRO)

The private registered Piper PA 38 was on a VFR flight plan round trip Rockcliffe (CYRO). The pilot of the PA38 did not close their flight plan as per RAC. Trenton RCC advised that the aircraft was found at Rockcliffe airport. Le pilote n'a pas fermé son plan de vol VFR, tel que stipulé par le RAC. RCC Trenton avisé et aéronef localisé à CYRO.

April 19, 2008

Incident at WINDSOR ON (CYQG)

The Windsor Flying Club Inc. Piper PA-38-112 aircraft was on a local VFR flight from Windsor International Airport (CYQG). The pilot reported that the left main landing gear tire went flat on landing. Ops. impact -- none.

March 22, 2008

Incident at HAMILTON ON (CYHM)

Aircraft landed without an active transborder flight plan. Pilot stated that Flight Plan was filed and activated with St. Pete's FSS and updated with RALEIGH ( RDU FSS ). Washington Hub had a proposed Flight Plan that was not activated or sent.

August 6, 2008

Incident at GOOSE BAY NL (CYYR)

The Goose Bay Tower advised the Halifax Flight Information Centre (FIC) at 21:41Z that an American registered PA38 181 had arrived VFR from Bangor (KBGR). No flight plan had been received from the Washington Automated Flight Service Station (AFSS) for this flight. When queried Washington advised that the pilot had filed a VFR flight plan at 16:05Z for an estimated time of departure of 16:30Z, but did not activate it. Aircraft entered Canadian Airspace without an active flight plan. Nil TSB.

August 16, 2007

Incident at 30NM à l'est du VOR de Québec (YQB)

Un Piper PA-38 de propriété privée effectuait un vol selon les règles de vol à vue (VFR) entre Edmundston (CYES) et St-Jean (CYJN). À 1945Z, à environ 30 milles nautiques à l'est du VOR de Québec (YQB), le pilote a demandé une assistance navigation au contrôleur de la circulation aérienne (ATC) après avoir rencontré des conditions météorologiques propices au vol aux instruments (IFR). L'aéronef a été guidé vers Montmagny (CSE5) où les conditions météorologiques avait été rapportées meilleures. Le pilote a avisé l'ATC qu'il était capable de poursuivre par lui-même. L'aéronef a atterri à Montmagny sans encombre à 2010Z.*** ** *** A privately-owned Piper PA-38 was conducting a visual flight rules (VFR) flight from Edmundston (CYES) to St-Jean (CYJN). At 1945Z, when it was approximately 30 NM east of the Québec (YQB) VHF omnidirectional range (VOR), the pilot requested navigational assistance from the air traffic controller after having encountered instrument meteorological conditions (IMC). The aircraft was vectored toward Montmagny (CSE5), where the weather conditions were reported to be better. The pilot informed the air traffic controller that he was able to continue on his own. The aircraft landed at Montmagny without incident at 2010Z.

October 7, 2007

Incident at WINDSOR ON (CYQG)

The Windsor Flying Club Piper PA-38-112 Tomahawk aircraft was on a local VFR flight from the Windsor Airport (CYQG). The aircraft had a radio failure. Windsor Airport tower staff used a light gun signal and the aircraft landed without incident. Ops. impact -- unknown.

September 7, 2006

Accident at LONDON ON (CYXU)

The 1423063 Ontario Inc. - Crosswind Aviation Piper PA-38-112 aircraft (C-GHYS) was departing on a VFR flight from the London International Airport (CYXU) to [destination not reported]. The aircraft ground-looped on departure from runway 33. Wind was calm at the time of occurrence. There were not any injuries reported. T.S.B. and J.R.C.C. Trenton staff advised. Ops. impact -- unknown. Damage -- unknown.
UPDATE Supplemental information from T.S.B. Initial Notification (#A06O0238): C-GHYS, a Piper PA-38-112 aircraft operated by Crosswind Aviation, was departing runway 33 at London, Ontario with a student and an instructor on board. During the take-off roll, difficulty was encountered in controlling the aircraft and it departed the left runway edge onto the grass. The aircraft's right wing struck the runway 09/27 sign and the aircraft spun around and came to rest. There were no injuries but the wing was substantially damaged. Note: this occurrence was upgraded from incident to accident based on the reported damage.

August 3, 2006

Incident at WINDSOR ON (CYQG)

The Windsor Flying Club Inc. Piper PA-38-112 aircraft (C-GTZY) was on a VFR flight from [origin not reported] to Windsor Airport (CYQG). One of the aircraft's tires blew on landing. The aircraft exited the runway on its own. Ops. impact -- unknown.

March 11, 2006

Incident at LONDON ON (CYXU)

UPDATE Supplemental information from T.S.B. Initial Notification (#A06O0068): The Piper PA38-112 Tomahawk aircraft, registration C-GHYS, with an instructor and student on board took off from runway 15 at London Airport, Ontario. During the initial climb, smoke was observed in the cockpit and the instructor elected to land on the remaining runway. The aircraft touched down with approximately 400 feet of runway remaining. It overran the runway end by about 200 feet into a grass covered area. ARFF responded; however, there was no fire. Maintenance will inspect the aircraft to determine the source of smoke.
The 1423063 Ontario Inc. Crosswind Aviation Piper PA-38-112 aircraft (C-GHYS) was departing on a local VFR flight from the London International Airport (CYXU). The aircraft was departing runway 15 (and was approximately 150 feet in the air) when the flight crew reported smoke in the cockpit. The aircraft was landed immediately and ended up about 75 to 100 feet off the end of the runway. ARFF equipment was called out. There was no fire and both occupants were clear of aircraft (and appear to be okay). T.S.B. Duty Investigator, J.R.C.C. Trenton staff and NAV CANADA Operations Centre staff all advised.

July 19, 2006

Incident at SAINT JOHN NB (CYSJ)

N9247T, Piper PA38 112, enroute from Saint John (CYSJ) to Summerside (CYSU), did not announce his intentions prior to entering the maneuvering area (MF ? Mandatory Frequency), but made initial call to Saint John FSS when in position on the threshold of Runway 32 for departure. Nil TSB

Incident at SAINT JOHN NB (CYSJ)

N9247T, Piper PA38 112, enroute from Laconia (KLCI) to Saint John (CYSJ), did not activate the flight plan on departure (on file with the Bangor FSS); therefore the flight entered Canada without an active flight plan. Nil TSB.

October 6, 2005

Incident at CRANBROOK / CANADIAN ROCKIES INTL BC (CYXC)

UPDATE from General Aviation: PIC did not open a flight plan, PIC was counseled. No further action required.
C-GAKT a privately registered Piper PA38 filed a flightplan with Great Falls, Montana (KGTF) KGTF and departed Spokane, WA (KGEG). Flight plan was not opened. Pilot phone CANPASS on arrival Cranbrook.

June 24, 2005

Incident at CRANBROOK / CANADIAN ROCKIES INTL BC (CYXC)

CGAKT, a Piper PA-38 enroute from Cranbrook to Penticton, inadvertently activated ELT in flight. ELT was deactivated.

April 6, 2005

Incident at WINDSOR ON (CYQG)

Supplemental information from the T.S.B. Duty Investigator [2005/04/06]: The aircraft was departing on an introductory flight with a student and instructor on board. The student was performing the take-off but rotated the aircraft too early, resulting in the tail scrape. The instructor took control of the aircraft and rejected the take-off. The aircraft taxiied back to the operator's base where maintenance staff examined it. There was no apparent damage to the aircraft and it was returned to service.
The Windsor Flying Club Piper PA-38A aircraft (C-GTZY) was departing on a VFR flight from the Windsor Airport (CYQG) [destination information not provided and the purpose of flight -- training, rental or charter -- was not reported]. The take-off was aborted after the aircraft's tail struck the runway. The extent of damage and injuries (or lack thereof) was not reported. The T.S.B. Duty Investigator will provide more information (when available) to System Safety staff.

June 12, 2005

Incident at LLOYDMINSTER AB (CYLL)

N9910T, a PA-38 Tomahawk, departed Edmonton for Saskatoon and the pilot reported encountering a line of thunderstorms en route and decided to divert to Lloydminster after attempting to cross the area of convective activity.

November 30, 2004

Incident at MONTRÉAL / ST-HUBERT QC (CYHU)

On the climb after a touch-and-go on Runway 24L at St-Hubert (CYHU), C-FZIJ, a privately-owned Piper Tomahawk, reported that it had to land due to a noise in the cabin. The aircraft landed without further incident, and no debris was found during the runway inspection.

July 25, 2004

Incident at VAL-D'OR QC (CYVO)

A person inadvertently set off the emergency locator transmitter (ELT) on C-GPQF, a privately-owned Piper Tomahawk, for 2 minutes, while he was installing it in the aircraft.

November 26, 2004

Incident at CRANBROOK / CANADIAN ROCKIES INTL BC (CYXC) (Incursion - runway - pedestrian)

C-GPQJ a privately registered Piper PA-38-112 was conducting left hand circuits on RWY 16 at Cranbrook. The aircraft came to a full stop and proceeded to backtrack on RWY 16. After stopping on the runway at the intersection of Taxi A and RWY 16, a passenger was observed leaving the aircraft and proceeding on foot to the hanger via Taxi A. At no time was there an indication from the pilot that this was to intention.

September 19, 2004

Incident at VANCOUVER / BOUNDARY BAY BC (CZBB)

A Regency PA38, C-GEDK reported undisclosed tire problem and shut down on Taxiway Charlie. Taxiway closed for 15 minutes - no operational impact.

July 11, 2004

Incident at ABBOTSFORD BC (CYXX)

C-GEDK a Piper PA-38-112 owned by International Express Aircharter Ltd. completed a touch-and-go at Abbotsford (CYXX). The aircraft departed for Boundary Bay (CZBB) and reported clear of the zone over the YXX NDB at 1,700'. Tower attempted to inform C-GEDK that they were, in fact, still in the zone and gave an advisory about inbound traffic. C-GEDK had already left the frequency and tower restricted the inbound flight to avoid any possible conflict.

Incident at South end of Point Roberts, USA (Other operational incident, Alleged Canadian Aviation Regulations (CARs) infraction)

C-GEDK a Piper PA-38 was working the area in the vicinity of Point Roberts at 3,000'. This is Class C airspace and the pilot was being provided radar service by the Vancouver VTA controller. C-GNFG a privately registered Piper PA-34 departed Boundary Bay for Victoria climbing to 2,500 and in contact with the VTA controller. Traffic was passed, level 3000'. The pilot later reported he had him initially in sight but as he was 500' feet higher did not retain visual contact. As the two aircraft approached each other at 12 o'clock the PA38, without warning, placed his aircraft in a spin. Due to the high rate of descent it could not be determined what the altitudes were when they passed. After the pass, the PA38 indicated 2,500'. The pilot was issued a caution with respect to the rules in Class C airspace.

April 9, 2004

Incident at ABBOTSFORD BC (CYXX)

C-GEDK a Piper PA38 aircraft entered and transited the control zone without clearance (observed 2 NM inside the control zone). C-GEDK did not conflict with any other aircraft.

December 5, 2004

Incident at WINDSOR ON (CYQG) (Aerodrome, runway or taxiway shutdown, Aerodrome - operations)

C-GTGZ, a Piper PA38, was doing circuits on runway 07 Windsor (CYQG). The student pilot reported an engine failure on roll out after a full stop landing. The student pilot did not want to attempt a restart on his own. A VFR C172 overshot and landed rwy12. An IFR aircraft had to brake off the rwy07 approach and landed rwy12. AEF transported an instructor to C-GTGZ and the aircraft was started and taxied in. Rwy07 back in service approximately 1700Z.

July 1, 2004

Incident at WINDSOR ON (CYQG) (Aerodrome, runway or taxiway shutdown, Aerodrome - operations)

C-GTGZ (Piper PA 38) landed runway 25 Windsor (CYQG), and developed a flat tire on the runway at 1639Z. The tire was changed on runway and C-GTGZ taxied clear at 1705Z. One other aircraft was affected - landed rwy30 with no delay. C-GTGZ was on a dual flight at the time with a student and instructor on board. The instructor said that the take-off was normal but on landing the tire was flat prior to touch-down. Nothing abnormal was seen during the walk-around.

Incident at CALGARY INTL AB (CYYC)

Numerous ELT signals were received by aircraft departing Calgary (YYC) from 2144Z to 2345Z. RCC advised that they also had a SARSAT signal on the field at YYC. Technical services searched the field and located the aircraft that was transmitting the ELT signal, C-GSUP, a Piper Tomahawk parked at Alberta Aircraft Overhaul. The Airport Authority was advised and the ELT was switched off at 0245Z.

November 7, 2004

Incident at PORT HAWKESBURY NS (CYPD)

The Port Hawkesbury Airport operator advised the Halifax FIC that the pilot of C-GRVK inadvertently activated the ELT for a few minutes at approximately 1815 Z. RCC advised. Nil TSB

November 12, 2003

Incident at WILLIAMS LAKE BC (CYWL)

Upon arrival to Williams Lake, FSS queried the pilot of N9981T, a Piper PA-38-112 as to whether a flight plan had been filed. The pilot advised being on a CYXX-CYWL flight plan but did not know whom he had filed with (filed on the phone). Kamloops FIC had no record of it.

September 13, 2003

Incident at WINDSOR ON (CYQG) (TCAS alert)

The Air Canada Jazz aircraft (DH8C)(operating as JZA7752) was an IFR flight that departed the Windsor Airport (CYQG) for the Toronto LBPI Airport (CYYZ). The Windsor Flying Club aircraft (PA38)(operating as C-GRKQ) was a VFR flight that departed the Essex Airport (CNE9) for CYQG). JZA7752 departed runway 12 and, when 3 east of CYQG, reported a TCAS Resolution Advisory with a ""Piper"" aircraft at 3,000 feet. The only traffic in the area at the time was a PA38, at 1,600 feet, joining the right downwind for runway 12. The PA38 was well south of the departure path for runway 12 at all times.

June 25, 2003

Incident at WINDSOR ON (CYQG)

C-GRKQ (PA 38) returned to land shortly after departure Windsor (CYQG) due to zero fuel pressure indication. Landed at 1715Z with AAF equipment standing by. No operational impact.

October 14, 2002

Incident at CRANBROOK / CANADIAN ROCKIES INTL BC (CYXC)

C-GPQJ landed runway 34 and advised he had a flat tire short of taxiway 'B'. Was able to slow taxi onto taxiway 'B', parked off to the side at the holdline.

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