West Wind Aviation’s flight 280 crashes on takeoff in Saskatchewan

West Wind Aviation ATR 42-320 C-GWEA (msn 240) crashed on December 13, 2017 after takeoff 1 km from Fond-du-Lac Airport, Saskatchewan, Canada. All 22 passengers and three crew members on board were rescued but there were some reported injuries.

C-GWEA was being operated on flight WEW 280 to Stony Rapids.

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Established in 1983, West Wind Aviation operates scheduled flights throughout Saskatchewan.

West Wind Aviation operates from bases in Saskatoon, La Ronge and Stony Rapids, as well as in satellite locations in northern Saskatchewan. With our diverse fleet of aircraft, we can accommodate a broad range of passenger and cargo needs.

West Wind Aviation is proud to be First Nations and Employee-owned.  Athabasca Basin Development, who represents the seven communities in the Athabasca Basin, is the majority shareholder with 65% of the organization.  The Prince Albert Development Corporation has held 22% of the organization since 2002. 

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