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Viscount c/n 384

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Below are the 130 photos we have on file for Viscount c/n 384 together with either the actual date that the photo was taken or an estimate of that date based on clues such as the livery worn or other background information.

1

Trans-Canada Air Lines (TCA)
CF-TID
November 1958

Delivered new to Trans-Canada Air Lines (TCA) with fleet number '648'. Taken at Hurn Airport, Bournemouth, Hampshire, England 24 November 1958 on the production line in the Erecting Shop.

The two tails behind belong to Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) V.815.

This photo was taken during a visit by TCA representatives who were checking on the progress of a number of aircraft under construction at the time.

TCA Photo

Photo source - Robert W Arnold collection

2

Trans-Canada Air Lines (TCA)
CF-TID
June 1960

Delivered new to Trans-Canada Air Lines (TCA) with fleet number '648'. Taken at an unknown location circa June 1960 now repainted with a white top to the fuselage and also the tail.

Photo source - Tony Ward collection

3

Trans-Canada Air Lines (TCA)
CF-TID
October 1960

Delivered new to Trans-Canada Air Lines (TCA) with fleet number '648'. Taken at Midway Airport, Chicago, Illinois, USA circa October 1960.

Photo source - David Gay

4

Trans-Canada Air Lines (TCA)
CF-TID
October 1960

Delivered new to Trans-Canada Air Lines (TCA) with fleet number '648'. Taken during a flight from Midway Airport, Chicago, Illinois, USA to Toronto, Ontario, Canada circa October 1960.

Note the larger sized Rolls-Royce badge which was the self-adhesive version.

This type was subsequently replaced by an aluminium version which was held on by rivets and was therefore more durable.

Photo source - David Gay

5

Trans-Canada Air Lines (TCA)
CF-TID
October 1960

Delivered new to Trans-Canada Air Lines (TCA) with fleet number '648'. Taken during a flight from Midway Airport, Chicago, Illinois, USA to Toronto, Ontario, Canada circa October 1960.

Note the emergency fuel dump pipe.

Photo source - David Gay

6

Trans-Canada Air Lines (TCA)
CF-TID
April 1962

Delivered new to Trans-Canada Air Lines (TCA) with fleet number '648'. Taken at Dorval International Airport, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada in April 1962 in the maintenance area.

The aircraft behind are CF-THZ (C/N 308) and CF-THV (C/N 304).

Photo Ref FRP025

Photo source - Fred Prior collection

7

Trans-Canada Air Lines (TCA)
CF-TID
June 1962

Delivered new to Trans-Canada Air Lines (TCA) with fleet number '648'. Taken at Dorval International Airport, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada circa June 1962.

All the engines are running and all that is needed now is to disconnect the Ground Power Unit (GPU) prior to departure.

Photo source - Thomas Kim

8

Trans-Canada Air Lines (TCA)
CF-TID
July 1962

Delivered new to Trans-Canada Air Lines (TCA) with fleet number '648'. Taken at Tacoma Airport, Seattle, Washington State, USA in July 1962.

Photo source - Mel Lawrence

9

Air Canada
CF-TID
November 1964

Transferred from Trans-Canada Air Lines (TCA) due to a corporate name change retaining fleet number '648'. Taken at Earlton Airport, Ontario, Canada circa November 1964.

Photo source - Brian Breathnach

10

Air Canada
CF-TID
December 1965

Transferred from Trans-Canada Air Lines (TCA) due to a corporate name change retaining fleet number '648'. Taken at Rouyn Airport, Province of Quebec, Canada circa December 1965.

Photo source - Brian Breathnach

11

Air Canada
CF-TID
June 1967

Transferred from Trans-Canada Air Lines (TCA) due to a corporate name change retaining fleet number '648'. Taken at Chapeskie Field, London, Ontario, Canada circa June 1967.

Note that they are loading several packages into the forward cabin area.

Photo source - EX/ZX (flickr)

12

Air Canada
CF-TID
May 1968

Transferred from Trans-Canada Air Lines (TCA) due to a corporate name change retaining fleet number '648'. Taken departing from an unknown location circa May 1968.

Photo source - Bernie King collection

13

Air Canada
CF-TID
August 1969

Transferred from Trans-Canada Air Lines (TCA) due to a corporate name change retaining fleet number '648'. Taken at Dorval International Airport, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada in August 1969.

Photo source - Des Pike collection

14

Sarcee Club
CF-TID
October 1971

Leased from Air Canada. Taken at Winnipeg Airport, Manitoba, Canada 14 October 1971 in a modified Air Canada livery, prior to delivery to Calgary Airport, Alberta, Canada.

The travel club idea never happened.

Does anyone know why?

Details please to information@vickersviscount.net

Photo source - Tim Martin

15

Sarcee Club
CF-TID
January 1972

Leased from Air Canada. Taken stored at Calgary Airport, Alberta, Canada 2 January 1972 in a typically harsh winter environment.

It sat here from October 1971 to June 1972 before returning to Air Canada.

The travel club idea never happened.

Does anyone know why? Details please to information@vickersviscount.net

Photo Ref FRP027

Photo source - Fred Prior collection

16

Sarcee Club
CF-TID
January 1972

Leased from Air Canada. Taken stored at Calgary Airport, Alberta, Canada 2 January 1972. It sat here from October 1971 to June 1972 before returning to Air Canada.

The travel club idea never happened.

Does anyone know why?

Details please to information@vickersviscount.net

Photo Ref FRP028

Photo source - Fred Prior collection

17

Sarcee Club
CF-TID
January 1972

Leased from Air Canada. Taken stored at Calgary Airport, Alberta, Canada in January 1972 in a typically harsh winter environment.

It sat here from October 1971 to June 1972 before returning to Air Canada.

The travel club idea never happened.
Does anyone know why? Details please to information@vickersviscount.net

Photo source - Anthony J Hickey

18

Sarcee Club
CF-TID
February 1972

Leased from Air Canada. Taken at Calgary Airport, Alberta, Canada in February 1972.

The tail just visible on the left belongs to Scottish Aviation Twin Pioneer CF-STX.

The travel club idea never happened.

Does anyone know why?

Details please to information@vickersviscount.net

Photo source - Brian R Burrage collection (gallery 2)

19

United Aircraft of Canada
CF-TID
December 1972

Purchased from Air Canada after its return from The Sarcee Club. Taken in the maintenance area at Winnipeg Airport, Manitoba, Canada in December 1972 undergoing engine ground running prior to its delivery to Downsview, Ontario, Canada for conversion to a flying engine test bed.

Photo Ref FRP026

Photo source - Fred Prior collection

20

United Aircraft of Canada
C-FTID-X
March 1974

Purchased from Air Canada and converted by De Havilland Canada at Downsview, Ontario, Canada into a flying test bed with the test engine mounted on the nose.

Re-registered for experimental flying use. Taken at an unknown location in March 1974 with a Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-50 engine fitted in the nose.

This engine type was designed for the de Havilland Canada DHC-7 with the distinctive top exit exhausts.

At least the Viscount cockpit windows would never ice up!

Photo source - Tony Honeywood (de Havilland Canada)

21

United Aircraft of Canada
C-FTID-X
March 1974

Purchased from Air Canada and converted by De Havilland Canada at Downsview, Ontario, Canada into a flying test bed with the test engine mounted on the nose. Re-registered for experimental flying use. Taken at an unknown location in March 1974 with a Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-50 engine fitted in the nose.

This engine type was designed for the de Havilland Canada DHC-7 with the distinctive top exit exhausts.

Photo source - Tony Honeywood (de Havilland Canada)

22

United Aircraft of Canada
C-FTID-X
March 1974

Purchased from Air Canada and converted by De Havilland Canada at Downsview, Ontario, Canada into a flying test bed with the test engine mounted on the nose. Re-registered for experimental flying use. Taken at an unknown location in March 1974 with a Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-50 engine fitted in the nose.

This engine type was designed for the de Havilland Canada DHC-7 with the distinctive top exit exhausts.

Photo source - Tony Honeywood (de Havilland Canada)

23

United Aircraft of Canada
CF-TID-X
June 1974

Purchased from Air Canada and converted by De Havilland Canada at Downsview, Ontario, Canada into a flying test bed with the test engine mounted on the nose. Re-registered for experimental flying use. This circa June 1974 photo shows a PT6A-50 engine installed in the nose with the top cowling removed to gain access to the DHC-7 powerplant.

In the background is the De Havilland Canada production line facility at Downsview, Ontario, Canada where a range of aircraft were built over the years from the Beaver to the Dash 8.

Photo source - Ed Jones collection

24

United Aircraft of Canada
CF-TID-X
June 1974

Purchased from Air Canada and converted by De Havilland Canada at Downsview, Ontario, Canada into a flying test bed with the test engine mounted on the nose. Reregistered for experimental flying use. This circa June 1974 photo shows a PT6A-50 engine installed in the nose with the top cowling removed to gain access to the DHC-7 powerplant.

In the background is the De Havilland Canada production line facility at Downsview, Ontario, Canada where a range of aircraft were built over the years from the Beaver to the Dash 8.

Photo source - Ed Jones collection

25

United Aircraft of Canada
CF-TID-X
June 1974

Purchased from Air Canada and converted by De Havilland Canada at Downsview, Ontario, Canada into a flying test bed with the test engine mounted on the nose. Reregistered for experimental flying use. This circa June 1974 photo shows some of the test equipment installed in the cabin with test engineers observing and recording the various parameters.

Note that these two pieces of equipment are simply placed on two of the leather seats.

Photo source - Ed Jones collection

26

United Aircraft of Canada
CF-TID-X
June 1974

Purchased from Air Canada and converted by De Havilland Canada at Downsview, Ontario, Canada into a flying test bed with the test engine mounted on the nose. Reregistered for experimental flying use. This circa June 1974 photo shows some of the test equipment installed in the cabin with test engineers observing and recording the various parameters.

Note that these two pieces of heavy equipment have been solidly fixed to the cabin floor.

Photo source - Ed Jones collection

27

United Aircraft of Canada
C-FTID-X
June 1974

Purchased from Air Canada and converted by De Havilland Canada at Downsview, Ontario, Canada into a flying test bed with the test engine mounted on the nose. Re-registered for experimental flying use. Taken flight-testing in June 1974 with a Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-50 engine fitted in the nose.

This engine type was designed for the de Havilland Canada DHC-7 with the distinctive top exit exhausts.

At least the Viscount cockpit windows would never ice up! Note the long pitot tube on each wing tip.

Photo source - Richard Stanton collection

28

United Aircraft of Canada
CF-TID
June 1984

Purchased from Air Canada and converted by De Havilland Canada at Downsview, Ontario, Canada into a flying test bed with the test engine mounted on the nose. Used as a flying test bed for Pratt & Whitney Canada turboprop engines. Seen here flight-testing a Pratt & Whitney Canada PW100 series engine circa June 1984.

This engine was fitted to the first DHC-8 series aircraft.

Note that the aircraft has been repainted but the -X registration suffix has not yet been re-applied.

Note the long pitot tube on each wing tip.

Photo source - Robert W Arnold collection

29

United Aircraft of Canada
C-FTID-X
June 1985

Purchased from Air Canada and converted by De Havilland Canada at Downsview, Ontario, Canada into a flying test bed with the test engine mounted on the nose. Taken preparing for departure from St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada circa June 1985 on a flight to test the PW100 engine as fitted to the ATP series aircraft.

Someone has written in the soot from the nose test engine 'Projects wash here'.

Photo source - Robert W Arnold collection

30

United Aircraft of Canada
C-FTID-X
June 1985

Purchased from Air Canada and converted by De Havilland Canada at Downsview, Ontario, Canada into a flying test bed with the test engine mounted on the nose. Re-registered for experimental flying use. Seen here flight-testing a Pratt & Whitney Canada PW100 series engine circa June 1985. This engine was fitted to the ATP series aircraft.

Note that the -X registration suffix has now been applied.

Also note the long pitot tube on each wing tip.

Photo source - Johan Visschedijk collection

31

United Aircraft of Canada
C-FTID-X
May 1988

Purchased from Air Canada and converted by De Havilland Canada at Downsview, Ontario, Canada into a flying test bed with the test engine mounted on the nose. Reregistered for experimental flying use. Used as a flying test bed for Pratt & Whitney Canada turboprop engines. Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada in May 1988 at the Pratt & Whitney 60th anniversary celebration.

A Pratt & Whitney Canada PW100 engine is mounted on the nose for flight trials with a six-bladed Hamilton Standard advanced composite propeller.

This engine was primarily used in the British Aerospace ATP, the DHC-8, the ATR-42 and the ATR-72.

Photo source - Brian Hill

32

United Aircraft of Canada
C-FTID-X
May 1988

Purchased from Air Canada and converted by De Havilland Canada at Downsview, Ontario, Canada into a flying test bed with the test engine mounted on the nose. Reregistered for experimental flying use. Used as flying test bed for Pratt & Whitney Canada turboprop engines. Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada in May 1988 at the Pratt & Whitney 60th anniversary celebration.

A Pratt & Whitney Canada PW100 series engine is mounted on the nose for flight trials.

This engine was primarily used in the British Aerospace ATP, the DHC-8, the ATR-42 and the ATR-72.

Photo source - Gary Chambers

33

United Aircraft of Canada
C-FTID-X
June 1988

Purchased from Air Canada. Reregistered for experimental flying use. Used as flying test bed for Pratt & Whitney Canada turboprop engines. Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada circa June 1988.

A Pratt & Whitney Canada PW100 series engine is mounted on the nose for flight trials.

This engine was primarily used in the British Aerospace ATP, the DHC-8, the ATR-42 and the ATR-72.

Photo source - Bob O'Brien collection

34

Ecole Nationale d'Aerotechnique (ENA)
C-FTID-X
June 1991

Donated by United Aircraft of Canada. Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 8 June 1991.

Photo source - Rod Digney

35

Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ)
C-FTID-X
July 1996

Transferred from Ecole Nationale d'Aerotechnique (ENA).Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada in July 1996.

The Dart engine propellers have now been removed and are lying on the ground.

The DC-3 is C-FDTD.

Photo source - Rich Tregear

36

Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ)
N6225C
May 1999

Transferred from Ecole Nationale d'Aerotechnique (ENA). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 18 May 1999 marked up with a false US registration for an unknown movie.

The Dart engine propellers have now been refitted.

The DC-3 is C-FDTD.

Photo source - Laurent Herjean

37

Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ)
N6225C
May 1999

Transferred from Ecole Nationale d'Aerotechnique (ENA). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 18 May 1999 marked up with a false US registration 'N6225C' for an unknown movie.

Photo source - Laurent Herjean

38

Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ)
N6225C
June 2001

Transferred from Ecole Nationale d'Aerotechnique (ENA). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 20 June 2001.

It still carries the false US registration and 'Sphinx Air' titles for an unknown movie.

Photo source - Ed Jones collection

39

Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ)
N6225C
July 2003

Transferred from Ecole Nationale d'Aerotechnique (ENA). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 20 July 2003.

It still carries the false US registration for an unknown movie.

Note that the port propellers are in the 'feathered' position.

Photo source - Eric Fortin

40

Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ)
N6225C
December 2007

Transferred from Ecole Nationale d'Aerotechnique (ENA). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada in December 2007.

It still carries the false US registration for an unknown movie.

Note that the port propellers are in the 'feathered' position.

Photo source - Danny Poirier

41

Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ)
N6225C
December 2007

Transferred from Ecole Nationale d'Aerotechnique (ENA). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada in December 2007.

It still carries the false US registration for an unknown movie.

Photo source - Danny Poirier

42

Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ)
N6225C
December 2007

Transferred from Ecole Nationale d'Aerotechnique (ENA). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada in December 2007.

It still carries the false US registration for an unknown movie.

Note that the port propellers are in the 'feathered' position.

Photo source - Danny Poirier

43

Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ)
N6225C
March 2009

Transferred from Ecole Nationale d'Aerotechnique (ENA). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 14 March 2009 as the winter snow starts to thaw.

It still carries the false US registration for an unknown movie.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

44

Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ)
N6225C
March 2009

Transferred from Ecole Nationale d'Aerotechnique (ENA). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 14 March 2009 as the winter snow starts to thaw.

It still carries the false US registration for an unknown movie.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

45

Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ)
N6225C
March 2009

Transferred from Ecole Nationale d'Aerotechnique (ENA). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 14 March 2009 as the winter snow starts to thaw.

It still carries the false US registration for an unknown movie.

The Douglas DC-3 in the background is C-FDTD (C/N 12253) which also belongs to FAQ.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

46

Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ)
N6225C
March 2009

Transferred from Ecole Nationale d'Aerotechnique (ENA). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 14 March 2009 as the winter snow starts to thaw.

It still carries the false US registration for an unknown movie.

The Douglas DC-3 on the left is C-FDTD (C/N 12253) which also belongs to FAQ.

Note the triangular structure supporting the rear fuselage.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

47

Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ)
N6225C
March 2009

Transferred from Ecole Nationale d'Aerotechnique (ENA). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 14 March 2009 with a closeup of one of the perspex emergency exit cabin windows that has now clouded over due to the exposure to ultra-violet light from the sun.

It still carries the false US registration for an unknown movie.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

48

Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ)
N6225C
March 2009

Transferred from Ecole Nationale d'Aerotechnique (ENA). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 14 March 2009 as the winter snow starts to thaw.

It still carries the false US registration for an unknown movie.

Note that the No.2 (port inner) propeller is in the 'feathered' position, compared to the other two on view.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

49

Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ)
N6225C
March 2009

Transferred from Ecole Nationale d'Aerotechnique (ENA). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 14 March 2009 as the winter snow starts to thaw.

It still carries the false US registration and 'Sphinx Air' titles for an unknown movie.

The remains of the fake Sphinx Air titles can still be seen.

These were applied for an unknown movie.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

50

Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ)
N6225C
March 2009

Transferred from Ecole Nationale d'Aerotechnique (ENA). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 14 March 2009 with a view into the cockpit

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

51

Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ)
N6225C
March 2009

Transferred from Ecole Nationale d'Aerotechnique (ENA). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 14 March 2009 with a view of the cockpit which only has a few instruments missing.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

52

Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ)
N6225C
March 2009

Transferred from Ecole Nationale d'Aerotechnique (ENA). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 14 March 2009 with a view of the cockpit auxilliary overhead panel.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

53

Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ)
N6225C
August 2010

Transferred from Ecole Nationale d'Aerotechnique (ENA). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 31 August 2010.

The remains of the fake US registration N6225C and Sphinx Air titles can still be seen.

These were applied for an unknown movie.

Photo source - Howard Chaloner

54

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
N6225C
July 2011

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 30 July 2011 during the early phase of the dismantling process ready for the move to Laval.

The tail section and all four Dart engines have already been removed.

Photo source - Alain St-Pierre

55

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
N6225C
August 2011

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 12 August 2011 during the dismantling process ready for the move to Laval.

Note the two engine / propeller nacelles carefully placed on the ground and awaiting shipment.

St Hubert airfield is in the background.

Photo source - Alain St-Pierre

56

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
N6225C
August 2011

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 12 August 2011 during the dismantling process ready for the move to Laval.

Note the grafitti 'clink' painted on the side of the fuselage.

Photo source - Alain St-Pierre

57

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
N6225C
August 2011

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 18 August 2011 during the dismantling process ready for the move to Laval.

Note the re-inforcing to the lower front fuselage to cope with the extra weight of the nose mounted test engine.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

58

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
N6225C
August 2011

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 12 August 2011 with a view of the interior of the rear of the fuselage being used to store small parts and tooling.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

59

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
N6225C
August 2011

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 18 August 2011 during the dismantling process ready for the move to Laval.

Note the mobile gantry in position ready to remove the complete port wing.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

60

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
N6225C
August 2011

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 18 August 2011 during the dismantling process ready for the move to Laval.

Note the grafitti 'clink' painted on the side of the fuselage.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

61

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
N6225C
August 2011

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 18 August 2011 during the dismantling process ready for the move to Laval.

Note the grafitti 'clink' painted on the side of the fuselage.

It still carries the false US registration for an unknown movie.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

62

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
N6225C
August 2011

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 18 August 2011 during the dismantling process ready for the move to Laval.

Note the remains of the false name 'Sphinx Air' which was applied for a film.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

63

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
N6225C
August 2011

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 18 August 2011 during the dismantling process ready for the move to Laval.

Here, a pair of Rolls-Royce Dart RDa3 Mark 506 engines sit complete with propellers. Note that the turbine module and the seven combustion assemblies are missing, which is fairly normal for display purposes.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

64

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
N6225C
August 2011

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 18 August 2011 during the dismantling process ready for the move to Laval.

Here, a pair of Rolls-Royce Dart RDa3 Mark 506 engines sit complete with feathered propellers.

Note that the turbine module and the seven combustion assemblies are missing, which is fairly normal for display purposes.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

65

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
N6225C
August 2011

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 18 August 2011 during the dismantling process ready for the move to Laval.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

66

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
N6225C
August 2011

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 18 August 2011 during the dismantling process ready for the move to Laval.

It still carries the false US registration for an unknown movie.

In the foreground is one of the tailplanes.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

67

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
N6225C
August 2011

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 18 August 2011 during the dismantling process ready for the move to Laval.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

68

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
N6225C
August 2011

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 19 August 2011 during the dismantling process ready for the move to Laval.

Note the mobile gantry in position ready to remove the complete port wing.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

69

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
N6225C
August 2011

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 19 August 2011 during the dismantling process ready for the move to Laval.

Note the mobile gantry in position ready to remove the complete port wing.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

70

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
N6225C
August 2011

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 19 August 2011 during the dismantling process ready for the move to Laval.

Note the mounting points for the nose mounted test engine.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

71

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
N6225C
August 2011

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 19 August 2011 during the dismantling process ready for the move to Laval.

Note the mobile gantry in position ready to remove the complete port wing.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

72

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
N6225C
August 2011

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 20 August 2011 during the dismantling process ready for the move to Laval.

Note the mobile gantry in position ready to remove the complete port wing.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

73

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
N6225C
August 2011

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 20 August 2011 during the dismantling process ready for the move to Laval.

Note the mobile gantry in position ready to remove the complete port wing.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

74

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
N6225C
August 2011

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 20 August 2011 during the dismantling process ready for the move to Laval.

Note the mobile gantry in position ready to remove the complete port wing.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

75

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
N6225C
August 2011

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 20 August 2011 during the dismantling process ready for the move to Laval.

Note the mobile gantry in position ready to remove the complete port wing.

It still carries the false US registration for an unknown movie, which has now faded.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

76

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
N6225C
August 2011

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 20 August 2011 during the dismantling process ready for the move to Laval.

Note the mobile gantry in position ready to remove the complete port wing.

It still carries the false US registration for an unknown movie, which has now faded.

Photo source - Airfield

77

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
N6225C
August 2011

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 27 August 2011 during the dismantling process ready for the move to Laval.

Note the mounting points for the nose mounted test engine and that both wings have now been removed.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

78

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
N6225C
August 2011

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 27 August 2011 during the dismantling process ready for the move to Laval.

This view shows the fuselage supported on large blocks of timber ready to be lifted onto a suitable means of transport.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

79

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
N6225C
August 2011

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 27 August 2011 during the dismantling process ready for the move to Laval.

This view shows the fuselage supported on large blocks of timber ready to be lifted onto a suitable means of transport.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

80

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
C-FTID-X
August 2011

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 27 August 2011 during the dismantling process ready for the move to Laval.

This view shows the fuselage supported on large blocks of timber ready to be lifted onto a suitable means of transport.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

81

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
C-FTID-X
August 2011

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 27 August 2011 during the dismantling process ready for the move to Laval.

This view shows the fuselage supported on large blocks of timber ready to be lifted onto a suitable means of transport.

It still carries the false US registration for an unknown movie, which has now faded.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

82

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
C-FTID-X
August 2011

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 27 August 2011 during the dismantling process ready for the move to Laval.

This view shows the port wing after it has been removed from the fuselage supported by the mobile gantry. What awaits the fate of the Douglas DC-3?

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

83

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
C-FTID-X
August 2011

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 27 August 2011 during the dismantling process ready for the move to Laval.

This view shows the port wing after it has been removed from the fuselage supported by the mobile gantry.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

84

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
C-FTID-X
August 2011

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 27 August 2011 during the dismantling process ready for the move to Laval.

This view shows the port wing after it has been removed from the fuselage supported by the mobile gantry.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

85

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
N6225C
August 2011

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 27 August 2011 during the dismantling process ready for the move to Laval.

This view shows the second tailplane being lifted into the trailer ready to be moved to the new location.

The crane arm fitted to the front of a pickup truck seems a novel idea.

Judging by the way the rear end is rising up there must be just enough ballast in the back to compensate for the weight of the tailplane.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

86

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
N6225C
August 2011

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 27 August 2011 during the dismantling process ready for the move to Laval.

This view shows the port wing after it has been removed from the fuselage supported by the mobile gantry.

It still carries the false US registration for an unknown movie, which has now faded.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

87

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
N6225C
August 2011

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 27 August 2011 during the dismantling process ready for the move to Laval.

This view shows both of the tailplanes in a trailer ready to be moved to the new location.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

88

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
N6225C
August 2011

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 27 August 2011 during the dismantling process ready for the move to Laval.

This view shows the rudder and part of the tail fin and two of the main undercarriage doors.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

89

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
N6225C
August 2011

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 29 August 2011 during the dismantling process ready for the move to Laval.

This view shows the rear of the fuselage after removal of the fin, rudder and tail planes.

The false US registration can clearly be seen, albeit a bit faded now.

In the background is the removed port wing, still supported by the mobile gantry.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

90

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
N6225C
August 2011

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 29 August 2011 during the dismantling process ready for the move to Laval.

This view shows the port wing suspended from the mobile gantry.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

91

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
N6225C
August 2011

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 29 August 2011 during the dismantling process ready for the move to Laval.

This view shows the port wing suspended from the mobile gantry and being prepared for the transfer to a flatbed trailer.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

92

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
N6225C
August 2011

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 29 August 2011 during the dismantling process ready for the move to Laval.

This view shows the port wing suspended from the mobile gantry with details of the wing to fuselage interface clearly visible.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

93

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
N6225C
August 2011

Transferred from FAQ - Fondation Aerovision Quebec. Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 29 August 2011 during the dismantling process ready for the move to Laval.

This view shows the port wing suspended from the mobile gantry with details of the wing to fuselage interface clearly visible.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

94

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
N6225C
August 2011

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 29 August 2011 during the dismantling process ready for the move to Laval.

This view shows the port wing suspended from the mobile gantry.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

95

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
N6225C
August 2011

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 29 August 2011 during the dismantling process ready for the move to Laval.

This view shows the port wing about to be lowered onto the flatbed trailer that is being reversed into position.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

96

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
N6225C
August 2011

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 29 August 2011 during the dismantling process ready for the move to Laval.

This view shows the port wing about to be lowered onto the flatbed trailer that is being reversed into position.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

97

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
N6225C
August 2011

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 29 August 2011 during the dismantling process ready for the move to Laval.

It still carries the false US registration for an unknown movie, which has now faded.

This view shows the port wing about to be lowered onto the flatbed trailer that is being reversed into position.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

98

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
N6225C
August 2011

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 29 August 2011 during the dismantling process ready for the move to Laval.

This view shows the port wing about to be lowered onto the flatbed trailer that has now been reversed into position.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

99

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
N6225C
August 2011

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 29 August 2011 during the dismantling process ready for the move to Laval.

This view shows the port wing being lowered onto the flatbed trailer that has now been reversed into position.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

100

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
N6225C
August 2011

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 29 August 2011 during the dismantling process ready for the move to Laval.

This view shows the port wing being lowered onto the flatbed trailer that has now been reversed into position.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

101

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
N6225C
August 2011

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 29 August 2011 during the dismantling process ready for the move to Laval.

This view shows the port wing in position on the flatbed trailer ready to be strapped down.

The person responsible for ensuring the move goes without a hitch is seen taking a well earned break.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

102

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
N6225C
August 2011

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 29 August 2011 during the dismantling process ready for the move to Laval.

This view shows the port wing in position on the flatbed trailer ready to be strapped down.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

103

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
N6225C
August 2011

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 29 August 2011 during the dismantling process ready for the move to Laval.

This view shows the port wing in position on the flatbed trailer ready to be strapped down.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

104

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
N6225C
August 2011

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 29 August 2011 during the dismantling process ready for the move to Laval.

This view shows the port wing in position on the flatbed trailer ready to be strapped down.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

105

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
N6225C
August 2011

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 29 August 2011 during the dismantling process ready for the move to Laval.

Note the mounting points for the nose mounted test engine.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

106

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
N6225C
August 2011

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 29 August 2011 during the dismantling process ready for the move to Laval.

This view shows a closeup of the cockpit windows which could be useful to aeromodellers.

The bracket on top in front of the aerial was used during the nose engine test trials.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

107

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
N6225C
August 2011

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 29 August 2011 during the dismantling process ready for the move to Laval.

This view shows two of the Rolls-Royce Dart RDa3 Mark 506 engines.

The nearest one is missing the turbine module and combustion chambers whereas the one behind is more complete with just a few combustion chambers missing.

Both propellers are in the 'feathered' position.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

108

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
N6225C
August 2011

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 29 August 2011 during the dismantling process ready for the move to Laval.

This view shows the fuselage mounted on two trollies ready to be moved to its new location.

It still carries the false US registration for an unknown movie, which has now faded.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

109

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
N6225C
August 2011

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at St Hubert Airfield, Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada 29 August 2011 during the dismantling process ready for the move to Laval.

This view shows the fuselage mounted on two trollies and coupled to the tow truck ready to be moved 40 KM to its new location.

It still carries the false US registration for an unknown movie, which has now faded.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

110

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
C-FTID-X
March 2014

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at Laval, Province of Quebec, Canada 31 March 2014 with the aircraft now re-assembled and being used in its fire fighting training role.

Luckily, this is non-destructive and the aircraft is well cared for.

Note that the fuselage graffiti has been retained.

The false US registration has now been painted out.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

111

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
C-FTID-X
March 2014

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at Laval, Province of Quebec, Canada 31 March 2014 with the aircraft now re-assembled and being used in its fire fighting training role.

Luckily, this is non-destructive and the aircraft is well cared for.

Note the false nose section and feathered No.2 (port inner) propeller.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

112

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
C-FTID-X
March 2014

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at Laval, Province of Quebec, Canada 31 March 2014 with the aircraft now re-assembled and being used in its fire fighting training role.

Luckily, this is non-destructive and the aircraft is well cared for.

Here, a group of trainee fireman are briefed on the planned exercise.

The false US registration has now been painted out.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

113

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
C-FTID-X
March 2014

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at Laval, Province of Quebec, Canada 31 March 2014 with the aircraft now re-assembled and being used in its fire fighting training role.

Luckily, this is non-destructive and the aircraft is well cared for.

Here, a trainee fireman checks his high pressure fire hose before the session commences.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

114

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
C-FTID-X
March 2014

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at Laval, Province of Quebec, Canada 31 March 2014 with the aircraft now re-assembled and being used in its fire fighting training role.

Luckily, this is non-destructive and the aircraft is well cared for.

Here, trainee fireman are opening the rear door prior to using their high pressure fire hoses to put out a simulated fire in the cabin.

The false US registration has now been painted out.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

115

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
C-FTID-X
March 2014

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at Laval, Province of Quebec, Canada 31 March 2014 with the aircraft now re-assembled and being used in its fire fighting training role.

Luckily, this is non-destructive and the aircraft is well cared for.

Here, a trainee fireman using breathing apparatus enters the rear door to put out a simulated fire in the cabin.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

116

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
C-FTID-X
March 2014

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at Laval, Province of Quebec, Canada 31 March 2014 with the aircraft now re-assembled and being used in its fire fighting training role.

Luckily, this is non-destructive and the aircraft is well cared for.

Here, a trainee fireman using breathing apparatus enters the rear door to put out a simulated fire in the cabin watched by a colleague acting as a backup.

The false US registration has now been painted out.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

117

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
C-FTID-X
March 2014

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at Laval, Province of Quebec, Canada 31 March 2014 with the aircraft now re-assembled and being used in its fire fighting training role.

Luckily, this is non-destructive and the aircraft is well cared for.

Here, a trainee fireman on top of a fire truck is aiming a extendable gantry towards the open rear cabin door.

The false US registration has now been painted out.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

118

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
C-FTID-X
March 2014

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at Laval, Province of Quebec, Canada 31 March 2014 with the aircraft now re-assembled and being used in its fire fighting training role.

Luckily, this is non-destructive and the aircraft is well cared for.

Here, two trainee firemen using breathing apparatus assess the smoke coming out of the rear door whilst their colleague is inside trying to put out the simulated fire in the cabin.

The extendable gantry is standing by to assist if needed.

The false US registration has now been painted out.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

119

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
C-FTID-X
March 2014

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at Laval, Province of Quebec, Canada 31 March 2014 with the aircraft now re-assembled and being used in its fire fighting training role.

Luckily, this is non-destructive and the aircraft is well cared for.

Here, two trainee firemen using breathing apparatus assess the smoke coming out of the rear door whilst their colleague is inside trying to put out the simulated fire in the cabin.

The extendable gantry is now moving into position to allow entry into the rear cabin.

The false US registration has now been painted out.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

120

Institut de Protection Contre les Incendies du Québec (IPIQ)
C-FTID-X
March 2014

Transferred from Fondation Aerovision Quebec (FAQ). Taken at Laval, Province of Quebec, Canada 31 March 2014 with the aircraft now re-assembled and being used in its fire fighting training role.

Luckily, this is non-destructive and the aircraft is well cared for.

Here, a trainee fireman is aiming a high pressure fire hose onto the rear fuselage.

Note the liquid fire in a tray underneath and fully extended wing flaps.

This is hopefully as close as the real fire gets!

The false US registration has now been painted out.

Photo source - Pierre Gillard (www.pierregillard.zenfolio.com)

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