|Manufacturer:||Thurston Aircraft Corporation; Sanford, Maine, USA.|
|Type Certificate No:||A15EA|
Avco Lycoming O-320-A3B 150 hp @ 2700 RPM
|Remarks:||Converted from Model TSC-1A to Model TSC-1A1 with the installation of wing fuel tanks.|
|N2009T||1970-??-??||Manufacturing date, built at Sanford Airport, Maine. Reserved registration number at factory.|
|1970-??-??||FAA C of A issued.|
|1970-??-??||First flight from Sanford Airport, Sanford, Maine.|
|1970-08-17||Telefax from Thurston Aircraft Corporation (T. J. Greenier, VP) to FAA Registration Branch AC-250 informing that TSC-1A Serial No. 9 had been sold to "MARITIME ROTORCAFT", Canada. CF-XOF assigned by DoT Canada.|
Accident Notice, FAA AC Form 8050-17:
The above Registration Number (N2009T) is to be canceled for the reason checked below:
[x] Exported to: Canada.
Cancelled from FAA Registry.
AC Form 8050-25 issued to Canadian DoT to confirm
[x] Our records show no unreleased security conveyance(s) recorded on this aircraft.
|1970-03-24||Allotment of registration in Canadian Civil Aircraft Register.|
Carl Trask; Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada.
|1979-07-15||Dr. Trask had been flying most of the day and on attempting to land caught a wingtip in the water and the aircraft landed hard, knocking both him and the passenger unconscious. The aircraft sank and both occupants drowned. The accident happened in a cove in front of Trask's home on the Saint John River at Oak Point New Brunswick. Carl was 44 years old and a General Practitioner with an office in Saint John, New Brunswick.|
|????-??-??||Wreck or parts from the wreck was sold to Peter Stanton; Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada.|
|1980-08-26||Cancelled from Canadian CAR.|
Civil Aircraft Register.
FAA Registry File N2009T.