Air Tindi plane in Great Slave Lake forced landing took off overweight for icy weather
from CBC News
An Air Tindi plane that was forced to land on Great Slave Lake in November 2014 took off overweight for the icy weather conditions that day, according to the Transportation Safety Board. The Cessna 208B Caravan carrying five passengers was on its way to Fort Simpson from Yellowknife when the pilot was unable to maintain altitude due to icing and was forced to land on ice in the North Arm of the lake. No one was injured but the airplane was damaged when it struck a rock outcropping.
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