Search & Subscribe

Search & Subscribe

Search The Blog For:

Tuesday, 15 October 2013

Aircraft Movements

221 - DHC-6-200 N301CL Win Win Aviation, Wake Forest, NC

14-Oct-2013

  • St. Esprit, QC (CES2) - St. Catherines, ON (CYSN/YSN)
  • St. Catherines, ON (CYSN/YSN) - Pontiac-Oakland County, MI (KPTK/PTK)
  • Pontiac-Oakland County, MI (KPTK/PTK) - DeKalb, IL (KDKB/DKB)
MSN 221 - DHC-6-200 N301CL Win Win Aviation, Wake Forest, NC
Gananoque, ON 17-Oct-2012
Eric Dumigan Photo

Both Win Aviation Twin Otters (above/below) have now left their summer bases in Quebec and have initially returned to the company base at DeKalb, Illinois.


223 - DHC-6-200 N223AL Win Win Aviation, Wake Forest, NC

14-Oct-2013

  • Farnham, QC (CSN7) - St. Catherines, ON (CYSN/YSN)
  • St. Catherines, ON (CYSN/YSN) - Pontiac-Oakland County, MI (KPTK/PTK)
  • Pontiac-Oakland County, MI (KPTK/PTK) - DeKalb, IL (KDKB/DKB)


MSN 223 - DHC-6-200 N223AL Win Win Aviation Inc.
Farnham, QC - 15-Jun-2013
Pierre Gillard Photo

564 - DHC-6-300 N564DH Bald Mountain Air Services, Homer, AK

15-Oct-2013 as SXA1086

  • Honolulu, HI (PHNL/HNL) - Majuro, Marshall Islands (PKMJ/MAJ)
N564DH is filed to depart Honolulu today for the Marshall Islands, however it is now operating under a Southern Cross SXA flight number, rather than the registration.


675 - DHC-6-300 N675BA Berry Aviation Inc., San Marcos, TX

15-Oct-2013

  • San Marcos, TX (KHYI/HYI) - San Antonio, TX (KSAT/SAT)

N675BA is scheduled for a quick hop over to San Antonio, TX today, which is a similar pattern to that of the initial two Twin Otters for Berry Aviation. Both of those flew quite frequently in the vicinity of the San Marcos base (presumably training) before being deployed overseas.

823 - DHC-6-300 N823X Transport Services LLC, Birmingham, AL

15-Oct-2013

  • Fort Lauderdale-Int'l., FL (KFLL/FLL) - West Georgia Regional, GA (KCTJ/CTJ)



MSN 823 - DHC-6-300 N823X
Transport Services LLC (Drummond Company Inc.)
Cartagena, Colombia 22-Mar-2013
Andres Ramirez Photo


The Colombian-based N823X is currently en route to the ASI facility at West Georgia Regional. It was last in the U.S. in Jun-2012 when it underwent maintenance at the same location.