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Enerjet Twin Otter ?

#1 Post by URC » Fri Jun 23, 2017 11:39 am

Looks like Enerjet no longer has any Boeing's listed on the Canadian register. The only airplane that shows up is a Twin Otter, C-GKTM, registered since June 1st.

Are they using it, or maybe just a sub lease to someone else ? Is the Boeing operation done ?

Mark: C-GKTM
Common Name: Dehavilland
Model Name: DHC-6 SERIES 300
Serial No.: 844
Base of Operations: Airdrie - CYYC, Alberta, CANADA
Registered Owner Information
Name: 1263343 Alberta Inc.
Address: #119-1440 Aviation Park N.E.

http://wwwapps.tc.gc.ca/saf-sec-sur/2/c ... hSimp.aspx

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Re: Enerjet Twin Otter ?

#2 Post by J31 » Thu Jul 20, 2017 5:33 am

Keeping the OC alive while the cash rolls in to start a ULCC. :wink:
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Re: Enerjet Twin Otter ?

#3 Post by J31 » Mon Apr 09, 2018 9:08 am

So for all the CAR's experts out there. How does Enerjet maintain Operator Details (OC..?) for a Boeing 737 with only a wrecked Twin Otter on the registry?

http://wwwapps.tc.gc.ca/saf-sec-sur/2/C ... 2&lang=eng

http://wwwapps.tc.gc.ca/Saf-Sec-Sur/2/C ... hSimp.aspx

The last 737 left in Feb 2017.

http://wwwapps.tc.gc.ca/Saf-Sec-Sur/2/C ... RchHs.aspx
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Re: Enerjet Twin Otter ?

#4 Post by Brint » Wed Apr 11, 2018 7:36 am

705.01 This Subpart applies in respect of the operation by a Canadian air operator, in an air transport service or in aerial work involving sightseeing operations, of any of the following aircraft:
(a) an aeroplane, other than an aeroplane authorized to operate under Subpart 4, that has a MCTOW of more than 8 618 kg (19,000 pounds) or for which a Canadian type certificate has been issued authorizing the transport of 20 or more passengers;

The Twin Otter is certified for 20 pax:

SECTION 2 TC Approved
LIMITATIONS DHC-6 SERIES 300
2.14 Occupancy Limitations
Para 2.14: Occupancy Limitations
22 occupants including all flight crew.
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Re: Enerjet Twin Otter ?

#5 Post by Marinth » Thu Apr 12, 2018 9:12 pm

Brint wrote:
Wed Apr 11, 2018 7:36 am
705.01 This Subpart applies in respect of the operation by a Canadian air operator, in an air transport service or in aerial work involving sightseeing operations, of any of the following aircraft:
(a) an aeroplane, other than an aeroplane authorized to operate under Subpart 4, that has a MCTOW of more than 8 618 kg (19,000 pounds) or for which a Canadian type certificate has been issued authorizing the transport of 20 or more passengers;

The Twin Otter is certified for 20 pax:

SECTION 2 TC Approved
LIMITATIONS DHC-6 SERIES 300
2.14 Occupancy Limitations
Para 2.14: Occupancy Limitations
22 occupants including all flight crew.
No, it's certified for 22 occupants, including all flight crew. To go over 19 pax you have to have 1 Flight Attendant. If you had 20 pax, plus 2 pilots, plus 1 FA you would have 23 occupants. It's only certified for 19 pax plus an FA plus 2 pilots.
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