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TwinOtterFan
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Location: Onoway, AB

I was just looking that airport up a couple hours ago. I heard they have good food their.

I will have to try and plan a trip.


Slick Goodlin
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Just can’t get enough of this flying stuff
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Slick Goodlin
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Surely there’s a forum software add-on to fix that^

…or just tip your monitor on its side.
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Colonel
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Location: Over The Runway

That’s a nice vertical upline!
I was never a Good Canadian™
Slick Goodlin
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Colonel wrote:
Thu May 11, 2023 3:50 am
That’s a nice vertical upline!
I was going to get a picture of one of those for real for you but couldn’t handle the plane and the phone at the same time…
Squaretail
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Location: Group W Bench

Fire everywhere.

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Sea king in action.

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TwinOtterFan
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Location: Onoway, AB

That Slave Lake Squaretail?
Squaretail
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Yup.
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TwinOtterFan
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Location: Onoway, AB

I was on my way from Lac La Biche to Slave and one of the Canwest planes started decending from way above me, he was obviously way faster so he blew right past me. Everyone will be happy to know that we coordinated effectively and no one said "any conflict please advise".

Neat little airport,
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Colonel
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Location: Over The Runway

Actually in the absence of precise radio nav, it’s really pretty hard for 2 aircraft to collide enroute.

That all changed with GPS which allowed pilots to collide out in the middle of nowhere.
I was never a Good Canadian™
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