Incident at OXFORD HOUSE MB (CYOH)
2001-06-06: UPDATE Maintenance and Manufacturing reported that the company checked the crankshaft, installed a serviceable propeller and ferried the a/c to Thompson on a permit. One prop blade was badly bent and was sent to a repair shop. The propeller hub had to be scrapped. Upon finding the severity of the propeller damage, the engine was removed and sent to an engine shop for inspection.
2001-04-30: C-GGRB, a Cessna 207 with a pilot and 2 passengers, arrived at Oxford House after a flight from Thompson and when the pilot was turning off the runway onto the apron, observed that there was another a/c and cargo on the ramp. He attempted to taxi around the apron markers, but inadvertently turned too sharply and struck a marker with the propeller. He shut down the a/c and inspected the a/c. It was reported that the prop sustained some damage. There were no injuries.
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Aircraft Details (1 aircraft)
|Canadian Registration||| Flightaware (Registration) | Flightaware (Tracking) | AvHerald|
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