The pilot climbs in after buckling up his passenger..I figure it was a press person, 'cause he didn't have a clue how to belt himself in..the pilot had to do it for him.
This "modified" A310, transports troops from venue to venue. Shame it was SNOWING! in this picture!!
What a sight!! These must be some of the last few Hunters in the air!!! And what great condition they are in!!
A rare sight at YYC - was here only for the weekend while some troops were doing manouvers at CFB Suffield.
Fresh out of the paint shop, first sighting of a U.S.Airways Express CRJ - Most Likely an Ex Kendall.
This 727 is "owned" by Wells Fargo National Bank, but is operated by United Breweries Ltd....I should have asked them for a free keg!!! :-)
1 of 2 aircraft painted in Skywest's 30th Anniversary Scheme. First visit of this scheme to YYC as far as I know.
Call sign: "check 282" - Nickname on fuselage: "Rambo"
I've never seen a Hornet pilot taxi with the canopy open before...he taxied for about 10 minutes before closing it.
Operated by the Canadian Forces, this is strictly a Gov't "taxi" aircraft. The military term for this Challenger is CC-144.
This now carries the new Tiger Meet paint scheme.
The LH landing gear of the F18
The intake for the powerful engines of the F18.
A treat seeing this a Moses Lake. This was my first ever NASA aircraft sighting.