Coming to an end of a long day of spotting. And what a treat at the end, the Silver Bullet. Although we don't see Nortwest Saab 340s here anymore. This was the sight back then.
I've been on whats flying now, but it doesn't compare to what was flying then.
Celebrating 100 years of flight. Only two weeks after I bought this Kodak 6490, I saw it fitting to go see planes on this historic day.
Looking at the accident scene of this crashed Cessna Caravan. Crashed shortly after takeoff from Winnipeg at 530 in the morning.
Looking at the tail section and the seat of this crashed Cessna Caravan. Crashed shortly after takeoff from Winnipeg at 530 in the morning.
A close up of the Terminal and Control Tower seen on departure for St. Andrews Airport. I would like to dedicate this photo to all my friends and Family.
Here it is, my 100th photo. Dedicated to the people who are close to me : My girlfriend Erica. My friends Dave, Joe, Jon, Heather. Homer and Neil of Future Shop for the wonderful camera, Ervin f... (more)
Taxiing out for the early morning flight.
Another hard days work done for this airplane.... or is it the crew. You can see the pilot is already starting to relax..
In from Rankin Inlet, all the seats were removed and the plane sent to Edmonton.
Taxiing out from Ramp 5.
Parked in Gate 24 for an overnight stay in Winnipeg. Note the condensation over the fuselage.
Fellow Jetphotos photographer Joe Prokopanko(YWGJOE) is on this plane. Off to Germany for a week. This is his first leg AC256 to Toronto, pushed back on the Crossbleed start.