the Western Canada Aviation Museum site on Bush Flying!
While you are flying through, you will learn how important bush flying is
to surviving in the North as well as to the development of Northern Canada.
In the Model Types section you will see many examples of bush
planes, both old and new, outfitted with floats, skis and wheels. Also, in
the same section, you will have the option to access images by different
categories. If you are looking for a specific type of aircraft, you can use
the Model List. The Artifacts section
will reveal what the pilots transported as cargo, what they wore and what
they used for repairs and survival. In the
Restoration section, there are cool shots of crashes and recovery
sites along with the actual process of retrieval and restoration of the
aircraft at W.C.A.M..
Click to continue
Enjoy your Flight!
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