Late departure to EGCC.
These little military trainers are based out of Moose Jaw SK. Currently sits with some other civil planes.
The Green Giant and all its glory.
Gears up as number 619 departs off into the sky.
It is about 6:30pm and the sun had just set. CLX finally rumbles down the runway to return back to its base. Downtown Calgary looms from afar as winds continue to come from the west stretching the... (more)
This Beechy is often used for training pilots so it is always seen parked far away from sister Beechs at the main terminal.
No forest fires to drop its load on at this time of the year. Maybe its use can be to support city fire crews of dosing out fires from houses and businesses.
The Citation pilot does not bother glancing at this sleek Brit built plane as he passes infront.
Very cool to have the L188 in town. Unexpected visit oh yes. The pilot is waving at the group of photographers who happen to get in the action.
Air Plus in town operating as Kestrel 69 from EGCC.
Some good action caught on both film and digital NEF format.
Mark McWhirter displays his shooting poise as the WestJet crosses the keys and an Ac Airbus awaits.
CO brings Boeing 737-300/500/700/800 series to Calgary. Now bring on the -900s and I've seen it all.
I am not into getting up early to be at the airport to see the 6:30am departure of this plane. This year its pushed back to 7:30am so its more of a relief.
Airline's very first -700 with their own interior specifications hence the new designation 7CT instead of 76N.