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In the middle of a downpour, the newly repainted Polaris in Government of Canada paint scheme taxis for departure off runway 06.

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Posted by Mohit S. Purswani - AHKGAP on June 13, 2013

Well captured. This is a colossal improvement over the previous scheme!

Posted by Praneeth Franklin on May 31, 2013

Painting the pylons blue - not a good idea. Remains of the old United livery with painted pylons. Bummer.

Posted by Denis Florian Saint-Onge on May 31, 2013

Nice shot. Great catch. I really like this new livery. The spot seems to be good too. Bravo Pat.

Posted by Dan O'Leary on May 31, 2013

Typical the bloody French have to have their language first on it, then English. Hopefully that is reversed on the other side.

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