This 1945 built Commando started life with the USAAF as 44-78733 and went on to opperate with 18 other companys before arriving in Yellowknife
Great light on this Dash,Summit have a very varied fleet of aircraft
Running the engines down after its water cannon salute by the CYZF firebrigade
View of the Buffalo ramp with a couple of their waterbombers and the
Sitting on the Buffalo ramp in the sunshine
Ready to roll again after a short stop. It only operates a couple of times a week, so we were lucky to catch it.
A brief respite for these very busy aircraft, who are in and out all day.
Sitting on the ramp after a small bit of maintenance and then it was off again
Back out of storage, and in special "Northern Lights"livery
Joe departing the Buffalo ramp to the taxyway and then back to the Hay River,
Joe had just flown this aircraft in fron the Hay River base,he imediatly allowed us onboard to take pictures
We had seen this come out of the buffalo hanger earlier,possibly undergoing some maintenance
Sitting outside the terminal, soon to depart
Almost ready to go off the Buffalo ramp, still in the basic Air Atlantique colours