The Consolidated PBY Catalina

Field Aviation Co Ltd, Toronto, Ontario














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Bureau #: 64064
Construction #: 2134
Civil Registry:
  CF-IZZ
  F-ZBAZ
  C-FIZZ
  EC-940
Model: PBY-6A
Name: None
Status: Airworthy
Last info: 1992
History:
Built at Consolidated Factory at Lake Ponchartrain, New Orleans.
World Wide Airways, 1956.
- Registered as CF-IZZ.
Montreal Air Service, Montreal, Quebec, 1965.
Kenting Air Ltd, Toronto, Ontario, 1966.
Protection Civile, Marseilles, May 1966-1973.
- Registered as F-ZBAZ.
- Delivered via Dublin, May 20, 1966.
- Flew as "Black Pelican".
- Damaged in collision with fire vehicle, August 1, 1969.
-- Port wing float ripped off and wingtip damaged.
Field Aviation Co Ltd, Toronto, Ontario, June 1973.
- Registered as CF-IZZ.
Avalon Aviation Ltd, Red Deer, Alberta, 1977-1979.
- Registered as C-FIZZ.
- Sported flaming skull nose art.
Avalon Aviation Ltd, Parry Sound, Ontario, 1979-1986.
- Flew as tanker #5 (later #795).
- Rebuilt with PBY-5A tailplane.
- Retired Parry Sound, Ontario, Feb. 28, 1988-1989.
Servicios Aereos Espanoles SA/SAESA, Cuatro Vientos, Spain, July 4, 1991-1992.
- Delivered from Canada.
- Registered as EC-940.
- Flew as tanker #795.
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Bureau #: 48275
Construction #: 1637
Civ. Reg.: N1586M, CF-NTJ,
  CF-HTN
Model: PBY-5A
Name: None
Status: Crashed
Last info: 1971
History:
Air Corp Of Miami, Miami, FL, 1954.
- Registered as N1586M.
Registered as CF-NTJ by ???, 19??.
Transair Ltd, St. James, Manitoba, 1956-1965.
- Registered as CF-HTN.
Field Aviation Co Ltd, Toronto, Ontario, 1970-1971.
- Crashed firebombing, 500m north Edmonton, Alberta, Sept. 3, 1971.