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Picture of the De Havilland Canada DHC-3T Texas Turbine Super Otter aircraft

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C-GYKO (cn 287) Texas Turbines converted DHC-3 Otter with a 900 h.p. Garrett Turbine. Operated by River Air of Minaki, Ontario North of Kenora, Ontario
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