November 19, 2014

Incident at RED LAKE ON (CYRL)

Initial call by a Perimeter Aviation Beech 95-B55 (C-FRXO/ PAG80) from Dryden, ON (CYHD) to Red Lake, ON (CYRL) made "inside RESUK" final. Superior Airways (C-FYMT) had to orbit to the north of the field until communications were established and position and intentions were determined with PAG80. C-FYMT was delayed 10 minutes on arrival due to the traffic.

September 8, 2014

Incident at DRYDEN REGIONAL ON (CYHD) (FOD (foreign object debris))

A Perimeter Aviation Beech 95-B55 (C-FRXO/ PAG80) from Kenora, BC (CYQK) to Dryden, ON (CYHD) reported a bird strike landing Runway 12 at CYHD. Upon completion of a runway inspection, the remains of 2 sparrows were found.

August 18, 2014

Incident at KENORA ON (CYQK)

A Perimeter Aviation Beech 95 (PAG80) from Kenora, ON (CYQK) to Dryden, ON (CYHD) aborted take-off during departure on Runway 08 due to a door issue. No operational impact.

August 12, 2014

Incident at 15 miles W KENORA ON (CYQK)

A Perimeter Aviation Beech 55 (PAG80) from Kenora, ON (CYQK) to Winnipeg, MB (CYWG) reported a right engine shut down and declared an emergency. Pilot advised continuing to destination Winnipeg, MB. Aircraft rescue and fire fighting (ARFF) on standby. PAG80 arrived safely at 1332Z. No impact to operations. Notional Operations Centre (NOC) and Civil Aviation Contingency Operations (CACO) advised.
TSB Report #A14C0117: Perimeter Flight 80, a Beech 95-B55, registration C-FRXO, departed Runway 31 at the Kenora Airport with one pilot on board. During the initial climb, the right engine (Continental IO-470) began to lose power and all oil pressure. The right engine was shut down in accordance with the emergency procedures and the flight continued to Winnipeg, MB. An emergency was declared and the aircraft landed uneventfully. An inspection by maintenance revealed the failure of a connecting rod.

July 21, 2014

Incident at RED LAKE ON (CYRL) (Incursion - runway - animal)

After landing runway 26, a Perimeter Aviation Beech 55 (PAG80) from Dryden, ON (CYHD) to Red Lake, ON (CYRL) reported a coyote crossed the runway in front of aircraft during roll out. Coyote was no longer visible when vehicle operator checked for wildlife.

January 2, 2014

Incident at DRYDEN REGIONAL ON (CYHD)

Shortly after departure, a Perimeter Aviation Beech 95-B55 (C-FEQK/ PAG80) from Dryden, ON (CYHD) to Red Lake, ON (CYRL) advised they were returning to CYHD due to a door coming ajar while in flight. No emergency was declared and no assistance required. Aircraft landed safely at 1349Z. No operational impact.
Update Maintenance & Manufacturing: The door handle of the aircraft was broken. The handle was re-secured and was tested serviceable. Aircraft is now serviceable.

August 19, 2013

Incident at KENORA ON (CYQK)

A Perimeter Aviation Beech D95A (C-FDMX/ PAG80) from Winnipeg, MB (CYWG) to Kenora, ON (CYQK) was observed on radar descending out of 5,000 feet without an approach clearance. Aircraft descended to 3,400 feet before contact was made. No other aircraft affected.

May 22, 2013

Incident at DRYDEN REGIONAL ON (CYHD) (Aerodrome, runway or taxiway shutdown)

Update Maintenance & Manufacturing: The tire became flat on landing, the tire was replaced in Dryden and when aircraft returned to Winnipeg, MB (YWG), it was inspected with no findings.
A Perimeter Aviation Beech E95 (C-FKMZ/ PAG80) from Kenora, ON (CYQK) to Dryden, ON (CYHD) landed CYHD at 1240Z and advised they were unable to taxi clear of the runway due to a flat tire. Airport staff at CYHD was notified and runway 12/30 was closed until approximately 1342Z by NOTAM. CZWG ACC was advised. PAG80 was towed off and runway re-opened at 1320Z. No other impact on operations.

November 22, 2012

Incident at KENORA ON (CYQK)

The Perimeter Aviation Limited Partnership Beech 95 aircraft (C-FKMZ, operating as PAG80) was on an IFR flight from Winnipeg (JARIA) (CYWG) to Kenora Airport (CYQK). NAV CANADA staff at Kenora F.S.S. advised that the flight crew reported that the aircraft was in icing conditions, declared an emergency and advised that no assistance was required. The flight crew requested a hold over ELVOL while shedding the accumulated ice, then requested an approach clearance. While in the hold, the flight crew advised that they were no longer in an emergency situation. The aircraft landed without further incident at 1423Z. Ops. impact -- unknown.

April 5, 2012

Incident at 19NM west of Kenora Airport (CYQK) (Communication navigation surveillance/air traffic system)

The Perimeter Aviation Limited Partnership Beech 95 Travel Air aircraft (operating as flight PAG80) was nearing the conclusion of an IFR flight from Winnipeg (JARIA) (CYWG) to Kenora Airport (CYQK). NAV CANADA staff at Winnipeg ACC reported that the aircraft was observed to start a descent out of 5,000 feet within the vicinity of Kenora Airport without ATC authorization. Ops. impact -- unknown.

February 27, 2012

Incident at DRYDEN REGIONAL ON (CYHD) (Aerodrome, runway or taxiway shutdown)

The Perimeter Aviation LP Beech E-95 aircraft (C-FKMZ, operating as flight PAG80) was concluding an IFR flight from Kenora Airport (CYQK) to Dryden Regional Airport (CYHD). NAV CANADA staff at Winnipeg ACC advised that the aircraft blew a tire on landing on runway 12/30 at 1350Z. The aircraft was disabled on the runway until 1436Z. Ops. impact -- two flights -- BLS318 and BLS307 -- were delayed. No other aircraft involved.

February 21, 2012

Incident at DRYDEN REGIONAL ON (CYHD) (Aerodrome, runway or taxiway shutdown)

The Perimeter Aviation Beech D95A (C-GQQC, operating as PAG80) was on an IFR flight from Kenora (CYQK) to Dryden (CYHD). A Dryden airport staff vehicle, call sign TK81, was undertaking plowing operations on runway 12/30 when it became stuck. After 15 minutes, the vehicle was successfully removed from the runway. Ops. impact - PAG80 held for 10 minutes before being able to land.

December 15, 2011

Incident at KENORA ON (CYQK) (Communication navigation surveillance/air traffic system)

The Perimeter Aviation LP Beech 95 Travel Air aircraft (operating as flight PAG80) was nearing the conclusion of a scheduled IFR flight Winnipeg (JARIA) (CYWG) to Kenora Airport (CYQK). NAV CANADA staff at Winnipeg ACC advised that at 1246Z, the flight crew requested a re-route direct to AMBAP for the RNAV approach. The flight crew was cleared direct to AMBAP. However, the aircraft was then observed on radar to be commencing an approach to Kenora Airport without an approach clearance. Ops. impact -- unknown.

October 26, 2011

Incident at KENORA ON (CYQK) (Communication navigation surveillance/air traffic system, ATM - other)

The Perimeter Aviation LP Beech 95 aircraft (operating as flight PAG80) was on an IFR flight from Winnipeg (JARIA) (CYWG) to Kenora Airport (CYQK). NAV CANADA staff at Winnipeg ACC advised that the flight crew commenced an approach into Kenora Airport without an ATC clearance. There were no other aircraft in the vicinity at the time. Ops. impact -- none.

September 1, 2010

Incident at KENORA ON (CYQK)

The Perimeter Aviation Beech E95 aircraft (C-FKMZ, operating as PAG80) was concluding an IFR flight from Winnipeg (JARIA) (CYWG) to Kenora Airport (CYQK). The aircraft landed on runway 08 and the flight crew reported hitting a small bird. The flight crew checked the aircraft and then departed for Dryden Regional Airport (CYHD). Ops. impact - unknown.

February 4, 2010

Incident at DRYDEN REGIONAL ON (CYHD) (Other operational incident, ATM - weather observation systems)

NAV CANADA staff at Sioux Lookout F.S.S. reported that the Dryden Regional Airport (CYHD) AWOS was reporting a visibility of 1 3/8SM while the flight crews of BLS318 and PAG80 both advised that the visibility was greater than six (6) miles with sky clear. PIREPS were issued for VFR weather conditions. Subsequently, the Dryden Regional Airport AWOS was reporting a visibility of 2 3/8SM while the pilot of another aircraft advised that the visibility was greater than ten (10)SM with CAVOK weather.

January 27, 2009

Incident at DRYDEN REGIONAL ON (CYHD)

The Perimeter Aviation Ltd. Beech 95B55 Baron aircraft (C-FEQK, operating as flight PAG80) was concluding a VFR flight from Kenora Airport (CYQK) to Dryden Regional Airport (CYHD). The aircraft landed and exited from the runway onto taxiway ALPHA. The flight crew then reported that the aircraft had experienced a flat tire on landing. All agencies were notified and the aircraft was removed immediately from the taxiway. Ops. impact -- none.

January 23, 2009

Incident at DRYDEN REGIONAL ON (CYHD) (Weather - visibility, ATM - weather observation systems)

NAV CANADA staff at Winnipeg ACC were advised by the flight crew of PAG80 at Dryden Regional Airport (CYHD) that the reported visibility was greater than nine (9) miles while the AWOS (at 1400Z) was reporting the visibility as 1 1/8 miles.

December 8, 2008

Incident at DRYDEN REGIONAL ON (CYHD) (ATM - weather observation systems)

NAV CANADA staff advised that at 1358Z, the flight crew of BLS318 reported CAVOK weather conditions while the Dryden Regional Airport (CYHD) AWOS reported IFR weather. At 1412Z, the flight crew of PAG80 reported CAVOK weather conditions while the AWOS reported IFR weather. No explanation for the reporting delay was provided.

October 15, 2008

Incident at DRYDEN REGIONAL ON (CYHD)

A PERIMETER AVIATION LTD Beech Travel Air aircraft flight PAG80 on a IFR flight from Dryden Airport (CYHD) to (CYRL) depart CYHD but returned and landed safely in due alternator problem. No operational impact.

January 18, 2008

Accident at RED LAKE ON (CYRL) (Aerodrome, runway or taxiway shutdown, Aerodrome - operations)

UPDATE Follow-up information (preliminary) received from Maintenance & Manufacturing [2008/01/22]: A Civil Aviation Safety Inspector (CASI) was advised that after a normal touchdown on runway 26, approximately 500 feet from the runway threshold, the PIC began to clean up the airplane during the landing roll, when he accidentally reached for the landing gear lever and (without verifying) selected landing gear up while he was braking to a stop. After the aircraft slid to a stop, he contacted Kenora Radio to report the accident before shutting off the battery master. The company is still in the process of evaluating the aircraft and will repair as required to allow for a ferry flight to base for repair.
The Perimeter Aviation Ltd. Beech 95B55 aircraft (operating as flight PAG80) was concluding a cargo flight from Dryden Regional Airport (CYHD) to Red Lake Airport (CYRL). Upon landing, the aircraft's landing gear collapsed during the landing roll-out. The aircraft was disabled mid-field on runway 08/26 centreline and a small fuel spill was reported. The runway was closed as a result. T.S.B. Duty Investigator advised and subsequently gave permission (at 1518Z) for the aircraft to be removed. The aircraft was off of the runway at 1645Z with sweeping in progress. The runway was re-opened at 1720Z. Ops. impact -- unknown.
UPDATE Supplemental information received from T.S.B. Initial Notification [#A08C0007]: The Beech 95-B55 Baron aircraft operated by Perimeter Aviation as flight PAG80, was on the landing roll on runway 26 at Red Lake Airport when the landing gear was unintentionally retracted. The pilot was not injured and the aircraft sustained substantial damage. The operator's SMS will investigate the occurrence.

October 30, 2007

Incident at KENORA ON (CYQK) (Incursion - runway - animal)

The Perimeter Aviation Ltd. Beech 95B55 aircraft (operating as PAG80) had just landed on runway 08 after an IFR flight from Winnipeg (JARIA) (CYWG) to Kenora Airport (CYQK). While taxiing back to the apron, the flight crew had to brake suddenly to avoid hitting a deer on the runway. Ops. impact -- unknown.

August 17, 2006

Incident at KENORA ON (CYQK)

The Perimeter Airlines Ltd. Beech E-95 aircraft (C-FKMZ, operating as PAG80) was departing on an IFR flight from Kenora Airport (CYQK) to Dryden Regional Airport (CYHD). PAG80 departed at 1227Z. Two (2) minutes after departure, the flight crew advised that the aircraft was returning due to an open door. PAG80 landed without incident at 1235Z. Ops. impact -- no delays.

November 29, 2005

Incident at DRYDEN REGIONAL ON (CYHD) (Aerodrome - runway or taxiway surface condition, Aerodrome - other)

Perimeter Aviation LTD flight PAG80, (Beech 95) departed CYQK (Kenora) at 1310Z, ETA CYHD (Dryden) 1335Z and landed at 1440Z (delayed 1 hour and 5 minutes). C-GBTI (Beech C90)departed CYQK at 1312Z, ETA CYHD 1335Z and landed in CYHD at 1447Z. CGBTI diverted to CYXL (Red Lake) and came back later, total delay 1 hour and 17 minutes. Runway was not closed but aircraft were unable to use the runway with 8 inches of loose snow on the runway. CYHD RSC 11/29 100 PERCENT 8 INS LOOSE SNOW REMOVAL IN PROGRESS 0511291147. This RSC was issued at 1148Z and appeared on the circuit at 1149Z. At approximately 1320Z BW121 advised that there were 5 foot windrows 15 feet wide down the centre of the runway and to expect a 30 minute delay to the aircraft's arrival.

August 17, 2005

Incident at DRYDEN REGIONAL ON (CYHD)

The Perimeter Airlines Beech 95 operated as PAG80 reported on final for runway 11 at Dryden (CYHD) at 1221UTC. The aircraft reported a flock of seagulls on the threshold of runway 11 and elected to conduct a missed approach at 1223UTC. PAG80 landed safely at 1228UTC.

August 5, 2005

Incident at DRYDEN REGIONAL ON (CYHD) (Incursion - runway - animal)

The Perimeter Airlines (Inland) Ltd. Beech 95 aircraft (operating as PAG80) was on a scheduled IFR flight from [origin not reported] to Dryden Regional Airport (CYHD). The flight crew had to fly the aircraft in a missed approach to runway 29 due to birds in the vicinity of the runway.

March 8, 2005

Incident at RED LAKE ON (CYRL)

Ther Perimeter Aviation Ltd. Beech 95 aircraft 9operating as PAG80) had just departed on an IFR flight from Red Lake Airport (CYRL) to Dryden Regional Airport (CYHD). The aircraft departed at 2301Z and, at 2308Z, the flight crew advised that they were returning to Red Lake Airport due to a door latch problem. They cancelled IFR and landed without incident at 2315Z. Ops. impact -- unknown.

January 27, 2004

Incident at KENORA ON (CYQK) (ATS operating irregularity)

The Perimeter Aviation Ltd. aircraft (BE95)(operating as PAG80) was an IFR flight that departed the Winnipeg International Airport (CYWG) for the Kenora Airport (CYQK). PAG80, at 5000 ft, having been turned over to the CYQK FSS frequency, was observed on radar to be in descent. The ACC controller asked CYQK FSS to confirm the altitude of PAG80. When asked, the pilot responded climbing to 5000. PAG80 had commenced descent without clearance. NAV CANADA has classified this event as an operating irregularity.

April 21, 2003

Incident at DRYDEN REGIONAL ON (CYHD)

The Perimeter Aviation Ltd. aircraft (BE95) (operating as PAG80) was an IFR flight that departed the Dryden Regional Airport (CYHD) for the Red Lake Airport (CYRL). PAG80 was cleared to 4000 feet (ft). PAG80 was observed climbing to 4500 ft and when questioned, acknowledged the error and descended to 4000 ft. No other aircraft were in the vicinity.

April 17, 2003

Incident at DRYDEN REGIONAL ON (CYHD)

The Perimeter Aviation Ltd. aircraft (BE95) (operating as PAG80) was an IFR flight that departed the Dryden Regional Airport (CYHD) for the Red Lake Airport (CYRL). Shortly after take-off from runway 11, PAG80 reported an engine failure and requested to return to CYHD. PAG80 landed without further incident at 1343Z. No other aircraft were inconvenienced.
Update provided by TSB of Canada Daily Notification Log 23-Apr-2003:A03C0090: The Beech Travelair, C-FKMZ operated by Perimeter Airlines as flight PAG80, had just departed from Dryden when the pilot observed the left engine (Lycoming IO-360) manifold pressure and RPM decreasing. The pilot shut down the engine and feathered the propeller, and returned to Dryden without further incident. Information provided indicated that the pilot had inadvertently selected the left alternate air source closed. Company maintenance found the left engine air filter was blocked by ice. The air filter was cleaned, the alternate air source was reselected open, and the aircraft was returned to service.

August 7, 2002

Incident at DRYDEN REGIONAL ON (CYHD) (Incursion - runway - vehicle)

PAG80 was taxiing for departure from runway 11 at Dryden Regional Airport (CYHD) when the flight crew commented that they had the vehicle beside the runway in sight. The vehicle (Staff 20) was not in contact with F.S.S. staff. When asked, the vehicle operator advised that he was scaring birds away about 100-150 feet from the runway edge. Ops. impact -- unknown.

June 18, 2002

Incident at DRYDEN REGIONAL ON (CYHD)

Perimeter Airlines flight 80 (PAG80) departed Dryden (CYHD) and reported a double alternator failure immediately after takeoff. Aircraft returned to Dryden and landed without further incident at 1239Z. No other aircraft were inconvenienced.
From TSB Notification - A02C0131: C-GEFX - Subsequent inspection revealed that the right alternator and the #2 voltage select switch were unserviceable. Both alternators were replaced along with the #2 voltage select switch. The aircraft electrical system was ground checked, found to be serviceable and the aircraft was returned to service.

December 6, 2001

Incident at near Dryden Regional Airport (CYHD)

The aircraft (operating as PAG80) was on an IFR flight from Dryden Regional Airport (CYHD) to Red Lake Airport (CYRL). The aircraft departed Dryden and the flight was cleared to 4,000 feet. The aircraft was subsequently observed on radar at 4,500 feet. The Controller advised the pilot, who recognized the error. The flight was subsequently cleared to 6,000 feet and continued to destination. Ops. impact -- unknown.

November 2, 2001

Incident at DRYDEN REGIONAL ON (CYHD)

The aircraft (C-FKMZ operating as PAG80) departed on an instrument flight rules (IFR) flight plan from Dryden (CYHD) to Red Lake (CYRL) at 1347Z. Shortly after takeoff, the flight reported the loss of an alternator belt. The aircraft returned to Dryden and landed safely at 1358Z.

September 26, 2001

Incident at DRYDEN REGIONAL ON (CYHD) (Aerodrome, runway or taxiway shutdown, Aerodrome - operations)

The aircraft (C-GEFX, operating as PAG80) was on an IFR flight from Kenora Airport (CYQK) to Dryden Regional Airport (CYHD). The aircraft landed on runway 11 and the flight crew advised F.S.S. staff that the aircraft was stuck on the runway due to a brake or wheel problem. At 1300Z, the aircraft was moved to the north edge of the runway, opposite taxiway Alpha. The aircraft was removed from the edge of the runway at 1628Z. Ops. impact -- no aircraft were reported delayed.

April 5, 2001

Incident at 30NM west of Kenora (Communication navigation surveillance/air traffic system)

The aircraft (operating as PAG80) was on an IFR flight from Winnipeg International Airport (CYWG) to Kenora Airport (CYQK). The aircraft was proceeding eastbound at 7,000 feet ASL. The Winnipeg ACC Controller advised the pilot to change to the F.S.S. frequency for further information. PAG80 was observed descending into Kenora at 1213Z. No request for a clearance had been received nor had one been issued (the pilot later telephoned the Winnipeg ACC Shift Manager and apologized). The flight conducted a missed approach at Kenora (due to weather) and was subsequently cleared to Dryden Regional Airport (CYHD) where PAG80 landed at 1254Z. The Kenora Airport weather METAR at 1200Z was: winds 160º at 10 knots; visibility one (1) statute mile in light drizzle and mist; overcast ceiling at 300 feet AGL; temperature 2ºC, dew point 1ºC; altimeter setting 29.98; with remarks of eight (8) oktahs of stratus fractus cloud and sea level pressure of 1017.0 hectopascals.

December 7, 2000

Incident at DRYDEN REGIONAL ON (CYHD)

The aircraft was departing on an IFR flight from Dryden Regional Airport (CYHD) to Red Lake Airport (CYRL). The flight crew received an IFR clearance to 4,000 feet. On initial contact with Winnipeg ACC, the flight crew reported leaving 3,700 feet and were requested to squawk ident. The aircraft was radar identified. One and one-half (1½) minutes later, the flight crew reported that the aircraft was level at 5,000 feet. The flight crew was queried, advised of the mistake and the aircraft descended back to 4,000 feet. Ops. impact -- no separation problems.

March 29, 2000

Incident at DRYDEN REGIONAL ON (CYHD)

The aircraft was departing on an IFR flight from Dryden Regional Airport to Red Lake Airport. The take-off roll from runway 29 was aborted due to an open door. The door was secured and the flight departed without further incident at 1350Z. Ops. impact -- unknown. One (1) S.O.B.

October 5, 1999

Incident at DRYDEN REGIONAL ON (CYHD)

*** Please refer to CADOR 1999O937 for a similar incident involving this same aircraft earlier in the day. *** The aircraft departed Dryden Regional Airport at 1239Z and, approximately one (1) minute after take-off, the pilot informed Thunder Bay F.S.S. staff that a cargo door was ajar. The aircraft returned and landed safely at 1243Z. One (1) S.O.B. At the time Nav Canada issued this report (1448Z), the aircraft was still on the ground at Dryden Regional Airport. Update (1999/10/06): The flight crew grounded the aircraft pending maintenance repair. Supplemental information from T.S.B. Initial Notification (#A99C0250): Flight PAG80, a Beech 95, registration C-FKMZ, was en-route to Dryden, ON when the pilot reported that the side cargo door was ajar. The pilot landed in Dryden without further incident. The operator advised that the microswitch in the cargo door was unserviceable and replaced.

Incident at near Kenora

The aircraft was on a scheduled IFR flight from Kenora to Dryden Regional Airport. When the aircraft was approximately 30 NM east of Kenora, the pilot advised ATC that a side cargo door on the aircraft was ajar. The pilot stated that he would continue on to Dryden. At 1227Z, the pilot cancelled IFR with Winnipeg Centre and landed the aircraft safely at Dryden at 1232Z. One (1) S.O.B. Supplemental information from T.S.B. Initial Notification (#A99C0250): Flight PAG80, a Beech 95, registration C-FKMZ, was en-route to Dryden, ON when the pilot reported that the side cargo door was ajar. The pilot landed in Dryden without further incident. The operator advised that the microswitch in the cargo door was unserviceable and replaced.

July 9, 1999

Incident at DRYDEN REGIONAL ON (CYHD)

The aircraft was preparing to depart on an IFR flight from Dryden to Thunder Bay. On start-up, there was a fire in the right engine. The Airport Manager was on the scene and extinguished the fire immediately. No reported injuries. Damage -- unknown. One (1) S.O.B. O.P.I.: PAH

May 6, 1999

Incident at RED LAKE ON (CYRL)

The aircraft departed runway 08 at Red Lake for circuits at 1324Z. Two (2) minutes after take-off, the pilot reported that the engine had failed and announced his intention to land on runway 26. The aircraft completed a safe forced landing on runway 26 at 1328Z. One (1) S.O.B. Ops. impact -- PAG80, a BE95 in-bound from Dryden, extended his downwind to accommodate the situation and delayed his arrival by a couple of minutes. Supplemental information from T.S.B. Initial Notification (#A99C0092): The pilot of the Cessna 150L, C-FJZE, departed on runway 08 at Red Lake, Ontario, on a local flight. As the pilot was turning downwind and setting cruise power, the engine RPM dropped. The pilot attempted to add power, but was unsuccessful, and engine RPM remained at about 1,500. The pilot declared an emergency, returned to the airport and landed on runway 27 without reported damage to the aircraft or injury to the pilot. Examination revealed that the throttle control arm and the related cotter pin had not been securely attached to the carburettor shaft. The carburettor had recently been re-installed after removal for repair. One (1) S.O.B. O.P.I.: PAB

December 18, 1996

Incident at Red Lake, Ontario (Other operational incident, Communication navigation surveillance/air traffic system, Communication error, Alleged Canadian Aviation Regulations (CARs) infraction, ATS operating irregularity)

BLS317 (Bearskin BE99), Sioux Lookout to Red Lake. PAG80 (BE95), Dryden to Red Lake. BLS317 was number one to approach, was issued the approach and turned over to FSS (Thunder Bay). PAG80, number two, was issued a holding clearance and turned over to FSS. At 1435Z, the FSS reported that BLS317 was down and PAG80 was on the approach. When question, the pilot of PAG80 believed he had received an approach clearance from FSS. FSS did not issue one. TSB were advised. Ops. impact -- unknown.

March 20, 1996

Incident at Dryden, Ontario (ATS operating irregularity)

The pilot of Perimeter 80, departed runway 29 enroute Red Lake on a routine scheduled bag run. A mile off end of runway 11 PAG80 encountered C-GPYE (Maule M-5) a single engine aircraft who was on final approach for runway 11 at Dryden. Both aircraft took evasive action to the right without further incident. The Maule aircraft landed at Dryden where the aircraft has been left for maintenance. The pilot of the Maule aircraft was on a NORDO flight plan and apparently had over flown the field prior to commencing his landing on runway 11. TSB are investigating.

November 30, 1995

Incident at Dryden, Ontario

The pilot and only occupant of PAG80 landed on runway 11 at Dryden after completing a front course ILS approach. A loss of directional control occurred which caused the aircraft to come to a stop 40 feet north of runway 11 adjacent to taxiway ALPHA. There were no injuries and as of yet no damage reported. Dryden weather at 1424Z was reported as SP B7 OVC 2ZL -- 1012 SF10. Runway lights were not on at the time of the occurrence.

November 4, 1994

Incident at Dryden, Ontario

The pilot and sole occupant of PAG80 (C-GQQC) a Beech Travelair, elected to go around because of a faulty gear down indication. After a fly by of airport staff, who confirmed the gear appeared to be down, the pilot landed the aircraft without further incident at 1346Z.Air1: C-GQQCAir2: BE95Air3: Perimeter AirlinesOccurrence: Aircraft IncidentClass: FFCategory: 213