We got very lucky with this one as it departed the next day, seen in the stunning SF Airlines livery and then registered B-7342
Taxying for departure,in the full Summit livery,It served with Olympic Airlines and West Air Sweden
Caught sitting on the remote cargo ramp ,they don,t hang around here for long a top up of fuel and away they go
We were kindly given permission to acces the airfield,and right at the end we came upon this ex millitary aircraft ,it does have a cartoon character on the nose
Another "Dreamliner"out of Vancouver,just passing the tower
Look clsely and you can see the big side cargo door,it was open when we arrived and its quite a size
Another fitted with the gravel gaurd on the nose wheel
On short finals,notice the stone gaurd on the nose wheel showing this aircraft opperates on some rough and gravel runways
We never saw these C130 opperate all week and then we had 2 in the same day
Another short stayer with an Atlas 747 departing off the remote ramp
The second Hainan aircraft of the day the first being an A330
Ready to roll again after a short stop. It only operates a couple of times a week, so we were lucky to catch it.
Used in the fire fighting role,it can parachute its team into the worst of the fire even dropping them onto lakes with inflatables,we had an in depth talk by one of the crew and we were amazed by ... (more)
This is the oldest surviving DC3 in Canada, it was about to be broken up but was saved at the last minute and preserved at this small but interesting museum.
One of the exhibits at this museum, which is located on the old municipal airport. Well worth a visit.