Department of Transport - Air Services - Civil Aviation Branch - Accident reports, 1966

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    RG12-C-8, Volume: 4226
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    Textual material
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    Inventory no.: 12-22
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    Scope and content:
    This file contains 156 Accident Reports created by the Civil Aviation Branch of Air Services. The majority of these reports consist of a single page form completed per accident. The reports contain a summary of the accident investigation and conclusion and includes information such aircraft type, registration mark, date and time, operation, locale, latitude and longitude, weather, total hours, description of occurrence, type of injuries to crew and passengers and assigned cases of the accident. This file contains Accident Reports with serial numbers F-390-403 and 2811-2998.
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    General Note:
    Researchers should consult the attached item level descriptions (see the ¿Consists of¿ field) for a full list of all reports found in this file. These item level descriptions include content extracted from the original report including the location and time of the accident. If applicable, the name of the aircraft owner and the pilot may also be found in the subject heading fields. Please note that the date field refers to the date of the accident and not the date that the report was created.
    Source of title:
    The title for the documents in this file were assigned by Library and Archives Canada. Item level titles consist of the aircraft registration number followed by the aircraft model.
    Arrangement note:
    The physical arrangement of these reports was done by Library and Archives Canada staff. They have been organized into file folders by the year of the accident and are arranged in numerical order by serial number. This number was assigned to each report by the Department of Transport. Serial numbers for aircraft accident reports involving foreign aircraft have the prefix F and are also arranged in numerical order and have been placed together at the beginning of this file.
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