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Northern Exploration by Bush Plane and Imperial Oil Flight

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Bush Pilots

The Western Aviators’ There were many challenges in the early days of commercial aviation in Alberta. Until that time, travelling across wide-open spaces and wilderness proved to be slow and difficult. Aircraft provided the solution to the need for transportation to many remote and distant places. It was not long before individuals and companies looked to the new pilots and aircraft to help open up the distant reaches of the north.

Cooking Lake Seaplane Base Near Edmonton
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A tribute to the Bush Pilots of Canada, The province of Alberta and the City of Edmonton in this the Fiftieth year of Aviation Achievement is Western Canada. Read More...


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