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Bird Strike In Southport


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Cadors Number: 2014C2548 Occurrence Category(ies):
  • Bird
  • Other

Occurrence Information Occurrence Type: Incident Occurrence Date: 2014-07-03 Occurrence Time: 2242 Z Day Or Night: day-time Fatalities: 0 Injuries: 0 Canadian Aerodrome ID: CYPG Aerodrome Name: PORTAGE LA PRAIRIE / SOUTHPORT MB (CYPG) Occurrence Location: PORTAGE LA PRAIRIE / SOUTHPORT MB (CYPG) Province: Manitoba TC Region: Prairie and Northern Region Country: Canada World Area: North America Reported By:
  • Owner/Operator
  • Transport Canada
AOR Number: TSB Class Of Investigation: TSB Occurrence No:
Occurrence Event Information

Aircraft Information Registration Mark: FTHB Foreign Registration: Flight #: Flight Rule: UNK Aircraft Category: Helicopter Country of Registration: Canada Aircraft Make: BELL Aircraft Model: 206B Year Built: 1981 Amateur Built: No Engine Make: ALLISON Engine Model: 250-C20B Engine Type: Turbo shaft Gear Type: Land Phase Of Flight: Cruise Damage: Unknown Owner: Allied Wings Aviation Limited Partnership, by its general partner, Allied Wings Holdings Inc. Operator: ALLIED WINGS (15323) Operator Type: Private CARs Subpart:
Aircraft Event Information
  • Bird strike

Occurrence Summary Date: 2014-07-22 Further Action Required: No O.P.I.: Narrative: Aviation Incident Report: An Allied Wings Bell 206B Jet Ranger (C-FTHB) reported a bird strike 5 miles to the east of Portage La Prairie/ Southport, MB (CYPG), and landed safely in the training area. A maintenance crew went out to inspect the possible damage and the helicopter was eventually flown back to the airport. No impact on flying operations and no further actions taken by Air Traffic Control (ATC) and Flight Safety department may investigate further.
Date: 2014-10-29 Further Action Required: No O.P.I.: Narrative: Update Aerodrome Safety: This incident is being handle in accordance with the Portage La Prairie / Southport Airport’s Safety Management System as well as the Airport’s Wildlife Management Plan. This incident has been passed to the Wildlife Manager.

Please note that for the most part, CADORS reports contain preliminary, unconfirmed data which can be subject to change.

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