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Perimeter Aviation Plane Veers Off Runway at Thompson Airport, Canada

Perimeter Aviation flight PAG-959 veered off runway at Thompson Airport, Manitoba, Canada, on November 2nd.

The plane flying from Gods River, Manitoba, Canada, was descending toward Thompson Airport when the crew reported a low engine oil indication.

The plane subsequently landed but skidded off the runway.

There were two crew members aboard at the time; both of them sustained minor injuries and were taken to a hospital.

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Crash Kills Six Month Old Baby

December 22, 2012, at 18:13 a Perimeter Aviation/ Kivalliq Air Swearingen SA227-AC Metro III en route from Winnipeg to Sanikiluaq airport crashed during its second approach.

The flight had two crew and seven passengers. One of the passengers died when the plane crashed at the end of the runway. The plane was landing during blowing snow and overran the western end of the runway by about about 600 feet.

The fatality on charter flight 671 was a six month old boy. The pilot was treated for injuries on the scene. The co-pilot was flown to a Winnipeg hospital.

RCMP and the Chief Coroner of Nunavut are investigating.

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Safe Belly Landing in Canada

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What: Perimeter Swearingen SA-226TC Metro, registration C-FSLZ en route from from Sainte Therese Point to Winnipeg Canada
Where: James Richardson International Airport
When: 3 March 2009 12:15 p.m.
Who: 2 crew members, 8 passengers
Why: The landing gear would not go down, so the crew had to take a belly landing. There were no injuries.

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