Pushed back from gate 22, Air Canada 297 was running 30 minutes late, it would then be another 15 minutes in the de-icing bay, then another 5 waiting at the runway before it would leave.
After being absent from Winnipeg for a few years, Canjet returns with weekly flights to Orlando. Here is the first flight starting up on the push from gate 14.
Starting up on the push from gate 14.
Starting up, it will then taxi to the de-icing bay.
Pushed back from gate 14 off to somewhere warm.
Pulling into gate 6.
Doing a run up at Air Canada Techincal after being serviced. Thanks so fellow Jetphotos photographer Shawn Trotman on his assistance for this shot.
Pulling into gate 22.
This photo was taken after de-icing on the North side of the apron.
Late night cargo rush on ramp 5 as Winnipeg becomes one of the busiest cargo Airports in the country.
Mastercard livery being pushed back off of Gate 14. This photo is dedicated to my good freind Ervin Trentina, who made this possible. Thanks for your help Erv!
Pilots on the phone with the dispatchers. My bad luck maybe as every NWA 320 flight I went to go see in the morning departed 3-4 hours late.
While most airlines were de-icing in the new bay, it would be a few weeks before Air Canada would join the crowd.
Leaving YWG to some place warm.
Pulling in from MSP on a very cold January day.