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High Speed, Low Drag
Nov 16, 2002
I need some contact information for Petro Canada's flight department. This is not for employment purposes, anyone got any info?

Before you continue reading, I must disclose that I charge $500/hr (2 hour minimum) as an Aviation Private Investigator (aka a Flying Dick). So if you read the following information you owe me $1000 Canadian (which works out to about $15 US).


I went here first: http://www.tc.gc.ca/aviation/activepages/ccarcs/aspscripts/en/quicksearch.asp

Its the Canadian Civil Aircraft Register. There were no current entries for Petro-Canada. So I had to try something else.

Searched the Photo Database at Airliners.net. (Yes, there is something useful to be found there as long as you don't read the forums.)
Found this: http://www.airliners.net/photo/Bombardier-BD-100-1A10-Challenger/1362720/M/

It appears that Sunwest Aviation in Calgary now has Petro-Canada's Challenger 300.

Went back to the Register and search for Petro-Canada on the historical register: http://www.tc.gc.ca/aviation/activepages/ccarcs/aspscripts/en/historysearch.asp

The 300 was de-registered January 25, 2007. My guess would be that Sunwest is managing the 300 for Petro-Canada.
Their info can be founded here: http://www.sunwestaviation.ca/Default.asp?Page=30

They should be able to answer your questions or direct you to whatever you are looking for. Hope that helps and if you would be kind enough to send me your address we can settle the bill. Thanks.

Thanks alot for the help. I actually got a point of contact for the company through their management service. I'd be glad to send you the fee, as long as you don't mind Canadian pennies...
Sure, we use pennies in hockey socks to defend ourselves from the constant polar bear attacks. Our government supplies the socks but we are left to find the pennies ourselves. You will be helping my family immensely. Thank you.

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