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Photo ID: 2501706
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Piper J-3F-50 Cub
Stanley (CCW4)
Canada - Nova Scotia, August 30, 2014
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CF-XVW (cn 3346) Candy drop at the annual Labour Day Fly-In at Stanley. The candy drop is the highlight of the day for the kids.
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Photo ID: 2500613
Views: 334
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Canadian Pacific Airlines
Douglas C-47 Skytrain (DC-3)
Whitehorse (YXY / CYXY)
Canada - Yukon, July 9, 2014
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CF-CPY (cn 4666) nice evening light on this DC-3 used as wind direction indicator in front of the Yukon Transportation Museum.
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Photo ID: 2497597
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McDonnell Douglas DC-8-61
Toronto - Lester B. Pearson International (Malton) (YYZ / CYYZ)
Canada - Ontario, August 1977
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CF-TJT / 860 (cn 45890/301) Delivered to Air Canada September 13, 1967, this DC-8 was withdrawn from use in 1981 and stored at Marana, AZ. It was sold to United Aviation Services April 1986, re-registered N20UA and converted to a freighter.
Gary Vincent
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Photo ID: 2497594
Views: 452
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De Havilland (Canada) DH-82C Tiger Moth
Toronto - Buttonville Municipal (YKZ / CYKZ)
Canada - Ontario, June 16, 1972
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CF-GTU / 4319 (cn DHC649) The Tiger Moth was the first De Havilland aircraft fully manufactured in Canada by DHC. This one was taken on strength by the RCAF as 4319 on December 7, 1940. It was transferred to the Royal Canadian Flying Clubs Association September 12, 1942 to continue pilot training under the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan (BCATP). Resplendent in it's wartime color scheme here, CF-GTU is still active in Canada at the time of uploading.
Gary Vincent
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Photo ID: 2491513
Views: 480
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Republic RC-3 Seabee
Vancouver - International (YVR / CYVR)
Canada - British Columbia, March 1981
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CF-DYG (cn 626) Rolled out, first flown and delivered in April 1947 to MacDonald Aviation in Edmonton, Canada. They were one of five major distributors of the Seabee in Canada and the aircraft they resold carried the CF-DY* and CF-FJ* series of registrations. CF-DYG was owned by the same pilot from 1972 until the registration was cancelled in 2008.
Gary Vincent
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Photo ID: 2482949
Views: 1288
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Ontario Central Airlines
Douglas DC-3(C)
Winnipeg - James Armstrong Richardson International (Stevenson) (YWG / CYWG)
Canada - Manitoba, February 1983
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CF-YQG (cn 4654) Delivered to the US Navy for the Marines on August 28 1942 as 05054 and struck off strength April 1946. Flown as NC62001 and N99U in the USA before coming to Ontario Central in July 1969. Later to Nunasi Central and then stored at Red Deer, Alberta and used for parts by Buffalo Airways.
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Photo ID: 2481747
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Cessna 182D Skylane
Midland - Huronia (CYEE)
Canada - Ontario, May 21, 2011
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CF-QOG (cn 18253441) I love the prop spinner on this Cessna with it's 50 year old paint. It was built in 1961, lives here & deserves a fresh coat of colours.
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