De Havilland Dhc 3t otter aircraft

August 10, 2010 by USA Post 

De Havilland Dhc 3t, The plane that crashed in Alaska, which was carrying nine people, including Ted Stevens and Sean O ‘Keefe has been recognized as a De Havilland DHC-3T. The small plane was owned by GCI. Reporters still could not find the reason of air travel and the reason for the plane crash. The documentation shows that 466 of the De Havilland Otter DHC-3 were made from 1951-1967 with the U.S. Army the purchase of 200 aircraft in 1955 and the Royal Canadian Air Force taking 666 of Transport and Search and Rescue.
There were five deaths on board, but still not sure that Ted Stevens and Sean O Keefe “dead or alive. There are different news about the death of these two VIPs who were among the passengers.

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