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Close-cropped Topside rear Portside view of Talair Cessna 185A Skywagon P2-CMS MSN 185-0506 at Mount Hagen Airport (Kagamuga AYMH / HGU) during Mar 1975. Talair Cessna 402 P2-GKD MSN 402-0164 is parked at rear right. At rear-left is Territory Airlines (Talair) De Havilland Twin Otter P2-GKR Cn 187, “City of Tari”, which crashed with 28 fatalities on 17Dec1994. [Operating as Missionary Aviation Fellowship P2-MFS, the aircraft collided with a mountainside at 6400ft AMSL, near Olsobip, Papua New Guinea. Aircraft was enroute from Tabubil to Selbang in poor weather.] (The C185 was delivered to Ansett-MAL in November 1962. Retained until 1968 when sold to Territory Airlines (Talair). In 1970, still owned by Talair, re-registered P2-CMS and later P2-SEM. Returned to Australia in August 1985 and restored as VH-CMS. Later Sold in the USA as N969WM. Ref: Eddie Coates Collection.)

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Mar 01, 1975

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Close-cropped Topside rear Portside view of Talair Cessna 185A Skywagon P2-CMS MSN 185-0506 at Mount Hagen Airport (Kagamuga AYMH / HGU) during Mar 1975. Talair Cessna 402 P2-GKD MSN 402-0164 is parked at rear right. At rear-left is Territory Airlines (Talair) De Havilland Twin Otter P2-GKR Cn 187, “City of Tari”, which crashed with 28 fatalities on 17Dec1994. [Operating as Missionary Aviation Fellowship P2-MFS, the aircraft collided with a mountainside at 6400ft AMSL, near Olsobip, Papua New Guinea. Aircraft was enroute from Tabubil to Selbang in poor weather.] (The C185 was delivered to Ansett-MAL in November 1962. Retained until 1968 when sold to Territory Airlines (Talair). In 1970, still owned by Talair, re-registered P2-CMS and later P2-SEM. Returned to Australia in August 1985 and restored as VH-CMS. Later Sold in the USA as N969WM. Ref: Eddie Coates Collection.)

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