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C-FPOY

2006 Cessna T206H Turbo Stationair C/N T20608588

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Airframe Info

Manufacturer:Cessna
Model:T206H Turbo Stationair    Search all Cessna T206H
Year built:2006
Construction Number (C/N):T20608588
Number of Seats:6
Number of Engines:1
Engine Manufacturer and Model:Lycoming TI0-540 SER
Also Registered As:
N588TC  Deregistered  Cancel: 2007-11-21
N151ZG  Valid

Aircraft

Registration Number:C-FPOY

Owner

Address:, Quebec
Canada
C-FPOY

1942 Douglas C-47A Dakota C/N 10028

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Airframe Info

Manufacturer:Douglas
Model:C-47A Dakota    Search all Douglas C-47A Dakota
Year built:1942
Construction Number (C/N):10028
Aircraft Type:Fixed wing multi engine
Number of Seats:N/A
Number of Engines:2
Engine Type:Reciprocating
Engine Manufacturer and Model:Pratt & Whitney R-1830-92 Twin Wasp
Also Registered As:
F-BTDB  De-registered
G-AOYE  De-registered  Delivery: 1956-12-17  Cancel: 1957-05-09

Aircraft

Registration Number:C-FPOY
Current Status:re-registered as G-AOYE

Owner

Address:,
Canada

User Comments

Glenn E. Chatfield, 2012-02-07 19:13:54
 This aircraft was built as C-47A 42-24166, but transferred to the RAF as Dakota Mk.III FL510, delivered 8/9/43. Deployed to India 9/20/43, spent time with No. 216 Sqdn. Later operated by No. 48 Sqdn as “Sister Anne.” Ferried to U.K. on 12/10/47, but on 1/17/49 was place in storage with No.8 Maintenance Unit at Little Rissington. On 10/31/56 was purchased by Eagle Aircraft Services, and then went to Lund Aviation. On 4/15/57 the plane went to the French Air Force as “24166”, coded 706B, and served several tours with several different groups until 1971 when it was placed in storage. Sold as F-BTDB to Rousseau Aviation, date unknown. On 6/26/72 was registered as CF-POY with Laurentian Air Service Ltd in Ottawa, then transferred a couple more times before returning to Laurentian. It Sept. 1983 was acquired byTransfair, Inc of Longue-Point-de-Mingam, Canada and operated as a freighter. Date unknown, became G-AOYE in the U.K.