December 27, 2018

Incident at WINNIPEG / JAMES ARMSTRONG RICHARDSON INTL MB (CYWG)

A Perimeter Aviation Swearingen SW-4 (PAG106) from Cross Lake, MB (CYCR) to Winnipeg/Richardson International, MB (CYWG) was issued a missed approach due to the previously landed aircraft making a wrong turn for the runway exit.

December 5, 2016

Incident at WINNIPEG / JAMES ARMSTRONG RICHARDSON INTL MB (CYWG) (Aerodrome, runway or taxiway shutdown)

A Fast Air Ltd Gulfstream 200 (C-FJOJ/ PBR200) from Vancouver, BC (CYVR) to Winnipeg, MB (CYWG) landed on Runway 18 and reported a possible blown tire. A Perimeter Aviation Fairchild SA227-AC (C-FJLO/ PAG106) from Norway House, MB (CYNE) to CYWG was on approach for Runway 18 and was pulled by the Tower and moved to Runway 13. Runway 18 was inspected and nothing was found. PBR200 taxied to the apron.

June 3, 2016

Incident at NORWAY HOUSE MB (CYNE) (Bird presence)

A Perimeter Aviation Swearingen SW4 (PAG106) from Cross Lake, MB (CYCR) to Norway House, MB (CYNE) executed 3 missed approaches to Runway 24 due to birds on the threshold to Runway 24. The aircraft landed on Runway 06. The airport dispatched a vehicle to disperse the birds. There were no further operational impacts.

February 26, 2016

Incident at NORWAY HOUSE MB (CYNE)

A Perimeter Aviation Fairchild SA227-AC 9C-FTSK/PAG106) from Norway House, MN (CYNE) to Winnipeg, MB (CYWG) aborted take-off due to a dog running across Runway 24. The pilot confirmed that the dog was cleared and backtracked and departed.

April 24, 2015

Incident at 200 miles NW WINNIPEG INTL MB (CYWG)

An Air Canada Embraer E190 (ACA193) from Ottawa, ON (CYOW) to Edmonton, AB (CYEG) reported a hydraulic fluid problem and declared PAN PAN. Aircraft diverted to Winnipeg, MB (CYWG). Aircraft rescue and fire fighting (ARFF) was on standby as a precaution. ACA193 arrived safely on Runway 18 at 1513Z. A Jazz aircraft (JZA8525) and a Perimeter Aviation aircraft (PAG106) arrival was moved to Runway 13 to accommodate runway inspection of Runway 18 after ACA193 landed. No other operational impact.
UPDATE: TSB Report#A15C0053: The Air Canada Embraer 190, C-FHIU, was operating as flight ACA193 from Ottawa, ON (CYOW) to Edmonton, AB (CYEG). While at cruise level approximately 200 nautical miles northwest of Winnipeg, MB (CYWG), the crew noticed a steady decline in hydraulic fluid quantity. The flight diverted to CYWG and the crew declared a PAN PAN. The aircraft landed without further incident at CYWG with ARFF standing by. Company maintenance identified the source of the fluid leak to be at the #1 engine hydraulic pressure line quick disconnect. Repairs were made and the aircraft was returned to service.

March 30, 2015

Incident at 25 NM S NORWAY HOUSE MB (CYNE)

A Perimeter Aviation Fairchild SA227-DC (PAG106) from Norway House, MB (CYNE) to Winnipeg, MB (CYWG) departed Norway House southbound to Winnipeg was cleared to maintain FL230. At 1440Z, the aircraft climbed to FL240. The controller recleared the aircraft to FL230. No traffic. The clearance was issued at FL230 and was read back correctly.

February 5, 2015

Incident at 75 NM S NORWAY HOUSE MB (CYNE)

At 1600Z, a Perimeter Aviation Fairchild SA227-AC (C-FJTS / PAG106) from Norway House, MB (CYNE) to Winnipeg, MB (CYWG) was observed to be on a track that was approximately 5 miles east of the flight planned and cleared route. The aircraft had been cleared from CYNE to CYWG via BIRLA intersection was observed on the CYNE direct CYWG track. No impact to operations.

January 8, 2015

Incident at WINNIPEG / JAMES ARMSTRONG RICHARDSON INTL MB (CYWG)

Update AOR 183056-V2: Later in the day the same aircraft and flight number, SkyWest Airlines (N975SW/ SKW5530) departed again and again reported smoke and returned and landed routinely at 2201Z. In both instances an emergency was not declared however Tower did have emergency response services (ERS) standing by.
A Skywest Airlines Bombardier CL-600-2B19 (N975SW/SKW5530), from Winnipeg, MB (CYWG) to Denver, CO (KDEN), departed Runway 31 and immediately reported smoke in the cabin. Emergency Rescue Services (ERS) responded. SKW5530 landed Runway 31 safely at 1702Z. Perimeter Aviation (PAG106) was pulled out of sequence to accommodate SKW5530 and then landed at 1715Z.
UPDATE: TSB Report#A15C0001: The SkyWest Airlines CRJ200, N975SW, was operating as flight SKW5530 from Winnipeg, MB (CYWG) to Denver, USA (KDEN). Immediately after takeoff, smoke was detected in the cabin. The flight crew advised ATC and returned to land without incident with ARFF standing by. There were no injuries to the people on board. Maintenance inspected the aircraft with no faults found. It was suspected that de-icing fluid from the pre-departure application had entered the aircraft's environmental system causing the smoke. The aircraft was released to service but the aircraft returned to CYWG for the same reason on the subsequent departure (TSB report A14C0002).

April 5, 2014

Incident at 20 miles S NORWAY HOUSE MB (CYNE)

Shortly after departure, a Perimeter Aviation Swearingen SA226 (PAG106) from Norway House, MB (CYNE) to Winnipeg, MB (CYWG) reported a cabin door indication and advised returning to Norway House, MB. No assistance required. PAG106 landed safely at 1739Z. No impact on operations.

December 4, 2013

Incident at WINNIPEG / JAMES ARMSTRONG RICHARDSON INTL MB (CYWG)

Tower instructed a Perimeter Aviation Fairchild SA227-AC (C-FJLO/ PAG106) from Norway House, MB (CYNE) to Winnipeg, MB (CYWG) to execute a missed approach runway 36 due to an aircraft still in position on the runway. PAG106 returned to Terminal and landed runway 36 safely at 1737Z. No other operational impact.

September 9, 2013

Incident at WINNIPEG / JAMES ARMSTRONG RICHARDSON INTL MB (CYWG) (Aerodrome, runway or taxiway shutdown)

A Government of Canada, Department of National Defence Lockheed C-130 (ATLS339) on a local flight from Winnipeg, MB (CYWG) taxied for runway 36. ATLS339 taxied past the ILS hold line on taxiway Charlie and advised Ground that they needed to evacuate due smoke in the cockpit. Runway 36 was unavailable for approximately 30 minutes. Westjet (WJA493), 2080061 Ontario Inc (C-GKPX), Perimeter Aviation (PAG106), Westjet (WJA261) had to land runway 31. Jazz Aviation (JZA8524) and Perimeter Aviation (PAG101), both eastbound, departed runway 31.

March 24, 2012

Incident at NORWAY HOUSE MB (CYNE)

PAG 106 enters CZ without SVFR authorization. At 1723z PAG106 called looking for arrival advisory for RWY 05, FSS issued advisory and indicated that weather was below SVFR (Vis ¾, -SN) and that IFR auth is required what are your intentions? PAG106 advised they will hold over ABELT (RNAV 05), and will advise later of their intentions. At 1734z PAG106 advised they were holding over the NDB at 2600 ASL and were asking for SVFR. The pilot indicated they had ground contact and that the visibility was 11/2-2sm. FSS, again indicated that the AWOS was still calling 3/4SM and request that PAG106 to leave the CZ until authorization was issued to enter the CZ. FSS check the wx-cam online at 1730z was clearly showing ¾ visibility marker. FSS advise ATC of the situation. ATC authorized SVFR in the CYNE CZ. At 1737z PAG106 landed and said the ground vis was still 11/2-2SM. Wx cam online at 1740z and 1750z was still clearly showing the ¾ visibility marker. AWOS issued a special at 1750z with visibility 11/2sm.

November 26, 2009

Incident at NORWAY HOUSE MB (CYNE)

PAG106 on approach to CYNE executed a missed approach @ 1555z due weather. METAR CYNE 261533 AUTO 00000KT 9SM 004OVC M07/M08 A3007

June 14, 1996

Incident at 50 NM South Norway House, MB (ATS operating irregularity)

An operating irregularity between SGK335, a Cessna 414 CVFR enroute from Winnipeg to Norway House and Perimeter 106, SW4 IFR from Norway House to Winnipeg. SGK335 while enroute requested 16000 CVFR. SGK335 was cleared to maintain 16000 CVFR. PAG106 was issued an IFR clearance through Winnipeg FSS, Norway House direct Winnipeg to maintain 15000 feet and to expect higher enroute. PAG106 departed at 1445Z. At approximately at 1452 the controller observed a target on radar consistent with the expected position of SGK335. The altitude read out from the target showed below 16000 and descending. The controller initiated corrective action through Winnipeg FSS and recleared PAG106 to maintain 14000 and SGK335 to maintain 15000. SGK335 descended to 14000 when the aircraft were approximately 8 miles apart and were 2 to 3 miles apart by the time SGK335 climbed back up to 15000.

April 18, 1995

Incident at Wpg FIR aprx 115 Mi.N.Wpg

C-GBNE, C500, requested clearance from Berens River to Winnipeg at F210 through WG FSS. The flight was cleared to maintain 15 thousand while in controlled airspace and to expect higher when within radar coverage. The clearance to maintain 15 thousand was read back correctly by the pilot. Radar data analysis indicates that GBNE continued to climb through the assigned altitude to F210 where it came into conflict with PAG106 (Perimeter Aviation Ltd.) SW4, proceeding Norway House direct Winnipeg at F210. There was approx 22 miles longitudinal separation (5-6 minutes) as GBNE climbed above F200. This distance remained relatively constant until both PAG106 and GBNE were identified and radar separation established. In a subsequent phone call to the WG ACC Shift Manager, the pilot of GBNE admitted that he had inadvertently climbed above the assigned altitude.

October 24, 1994

Incident at Norway House, MAN (Public complaint, Alleged Canadian Aviation Regulations (CARs) infraction)

The pilot of flight CAV1550, a King Air BE20 was inbound to Norway House on an IFR clearance. The pilot of PAG106, a Metro SW4, reported airborne off Cross Lake, Manitoba requesting IFR clearance to Winnipeg. PAG106 was observed climbing in front of CAV1550. Pilot reports and actual weather indicate the conditions were IMC. CAV1550 and PAG106 were both in controlled airspace and PAG106 did not have a clearance. The CAV1550 pilot made a phone call complaining about PAG106's actions.

September 30, 1994

Incident at Norway House, MAN

Perimeter Airlines flight 106, a Swearingen Metro aircraft on a scheduled IFR flight to Winnipeg, Manitoba, departed Norway House at 1437Z. Immediately after take-off, the pilot advised Thompson FSS that he was returning to Norway House. Thompson FSS requested the nature of the problem, and the pilot declined to answer over the radio, and indicated that he would explain once on the ground. The aircraft landed at Norway House at 1441Z. Once on the ground, FSS asked if the problem was mechanical, and the pilot replied that it was, but declined further comment. Thompson FSS was not able to ascertain exactly what the problem was, and treated the situation as an emergency. At the time of this report, the exact nature of the emergency had not been determined.

July 19, 1993

Incident at NORWAY HOUSE

SW4 PAG 106 - A/C REPORTED 35 MILES NORTH OF NORWAY HOUSE IFR FROM THOMPSON ON DESCENT THROUGH 11500'. AT 1410Z THE CREW OF A/C REPORTED 28 MILES NORTH OF NORWAY HOUSE AFTER DEPARTING CROSS LAKE. A/C REPORTED THAT THEY WERE CLIMBING THROUGH 11500' & LOOKING FOR 1700' IFR TO WINNIPEG. POSSIBLE REGULATORY INFRACTION BY A/C. TIME - 1410Z. ACTION - NIL.