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|Sable Island, 300 km south-east of Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, is renowned for its wild horses and shipwrecks.||09/11/2005||544|
|An oil producing region in the north of Canada.||08/22/2005||354|
|A Buffalo from the Canadian Air Force at the McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas.|
The de Havilland Canada DHC-5 Buffalo is a short take off and landing (STOL) cargo aircraft, a turboprop conversion of their earlier piston-powered DHC-4 Caribou. The aircraft has legendary STOL performance, able to take off in distances much shorter than even light aircraft. de Havilland Ca...
|Swissair Flight 111 (SR-111) was a commercial Swissair McDonnell Douglas MD-11 flying from JFK to Cointrin International Airport in Geneva.|
On September 2, 1998 the aircraft crashed into the Atlantic Ocean southwest of Halifax International Airport at the entrance to St. Margarets Bay, Nova Scotia. The crash site was 8 km from shore, roughly equidistant between the tiny fishing a...
|The famous Sulake Gaming Entertainment's (creators of Habbo Hotel)Canada headquarters located in Toronto,Canada.||11/25/2005||544|
|An overlay of the Canada Flight Supplement Airport Diagram page for the Winnipeg Intl Airport, Manitoba. Useful for pilots to plan flights, etc. I use it while I'm listening to the Live ATC for the airport at http://www.liveatc.net/feedindex.php?type=international. This is interesting because you can pinpoint where the planes are when they make their radio calls. If there's any interest in thi...||11/23/2005||607|
|Air Canada aircraft at Frankfurt airport||03/28/2006||377|
|Little Airport, Fort Nelson, Canada||08/06/2005||299|
|Montreal Airport - Canada||09/04/2005||411|
|Edmonton's International Airport has an unusual but very nice layout -- the runways are almost exactly due north-east and south-east.||08/29/2005||401|
|The de Havilland Canada DHC-7, popularly known as the Dash 7, is a turboprop-powered regional airliner with STOL capabilities. It first flew in 1975 and remained in production until 1988 when the parent company, de Havilland Canada, was purchased by Boeing and was later sold to Bombardier. Bombardier sold the aircraft design (type certificate) to Viking Air in 2006.|
|Located at Kamloops airport, Canada. ||01/19/2007||426|