C-FSYH Canadian Aircraft Registration Details

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Aircraft Type

Piper
PA-38-112
38-79A0889

Owners

No
12 Mar 2008
Donald F. Peck
232 Jelley Avenue Newmarket, Ontario L3X1S6

Airframe

Manufactured
1978
U.S.A.
0
758 Kgs

Engines

1
Piston
No

Certification

Registered
Private
Aeroplane
Continuing Registration
A18SO
CAR Standard 507.02, 507.03 - Type Certificate
No
21 Feb 2008
24 Sep 2010
12 Mar 2008
Certificate of Airworthiness
CANADA
MARKHAM
Toronto

Comments

LouisQCI
13th August 2016 1:07:27 AM
Form global news story: man in his 20s is dead after a small plane, which police said was stolen from a rural Greater Toronto Area airport, crashed near a mall in Peterborough overnight.

Police said the Piper aircraft went down just after 1 a.m. in Peterborough’s south end near Lansdowne Place at High St. and Landsowne St. about 140 kilometres east of Toronto.

The pilot, who was the lone occupant on board the plane, was found dead by emergency crews.

Police said the aircraft was stolen from a York Region airport north of Toronto earlier in the evening. Authorities did not provide details of the exact location.

“When the plane was in Peterborough we were able to identify the owner and contacted the owner, that’s how we established the plane was stolen,” Insp. Lynne Buehler told reporters Friday morning.

“York Regional Police Services is investigating the theft of the plane as it occurred in their jurisdiction.”

Police said the Transportation Safety Board attended the scene and is cooperating with authorities to determine the cause of the crash.

The identity of the deceased has not been released and police did not reveal whether he was a licensed pilot.

Buehler said the man’s body was taken by the coroner to Toronto for an autopsy.