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Filmed in 2007 - Released in 2007

Established in 1948, as Newfoundland Airways, the airline operated float-equipped aircraft from their base in Gander, Newfoundland. Primarily engaged in charter work, they also flew mail and freight to Northern Newfoundland and Labrador. From its humble beginning the airline has shifted its base of operations to Goose Bay, Labrador and expanded to include a modern well-equipped fleet, the largest accredited aircraft maintenance facility in Labrador, and a team of dedicated and experienced staff. This program gives you a good overview of winter operations in the area and great scenery as you fly to a large variety of destinations service by Air Labrador and its fleet of Beech 1900s and Twin Otters.


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I own the Air Labrador DVD and was very impressed because it clearly shows the vast yet beautiful expanse and some of the remote parts of Canada. I truly enjoyed our landing in a bad storm and the pilots did a fantastic job which isn't always so easy, especially in a smaller aircraft. I enjoyed the introduction of the company at the beginning of the DVD and the history of the airline that was provided. I would love to see a Dash 8 DVD for this airline for the spokesperson in the DVD said they would be getting them. All in all a great DVD and a great sample experience for someone like myself who might just do some flying up there one day to build time.

Jeff Schapira, CANADA

Thanks agan for a wonderful DVD. Air Labrador's Beech 1900 & Twin Otters operating in a such harsh weather are awesome. Multiple take-offs and landings on those short hops ensure plenty of action. It is amazing that some landings are on pure ice!!! How do they keep control? Amazing frozen scenery in the dead of the winter. Summers must be spectacular. Maintenace briefing is very interesting, almost tottaly rebuliding aircraft. Transportation of sled-dog team adds a diferent touch. It is nice to see those flights at low attidude. Thanks for great treat.

Nick Bancic, USA

Gentlemen, I'd like to once again compliment you all on a terrific job with the Cockpit DVD's. I have quite a few of them and thoroughly enjoy each one, often for different reasons. Lately the ones that I have been particularly pleased with are the Air Labrador and Canadian North DVD's. Being Canadian, a former Bush Pilot, and now flying mainly through Flight Simulator 2004 (MS), these videos not only bring back good memories, but give me a better sense of realism in the virtual cockpit. Thank you very much for your terrific series, and continued good luck.

Glenn Davy, CANADA

I have to say that I love the Air Labrador DVD. I especially like the Beech 1900 (a cute little turboprop if I must say) and it was great to see so much cockpit action. The landing of the first flight to Deer Lake looked like it was extremely rough with the winds and blowing snow and the pilot did an excellent job of handling the aircraft. It would have been fun to be in the cabin but it was almost as if I was there anyway. The twin otter flights are awesome too. My favorite was the 5 minute (yep, a 5 minute flight) trip from Fox Harbor to Mary's Harbor. The shortest flight I've ever been on was 20 or so minutes in the air so it was funny to see that there are actually 5, 9, and 14 minute flights on the Air Labrador route map (and I thought nothing would beat the 11 minute flight from Eros to Windhoek on the Air Namibia B1900 video). For anyone that is having hot flashes - all you have to do is watch this program - tons of snow and ice to cool anyone down! Brrrrrrr............... Anyway, this program is recommended watching! Thanks again Just Planes!!

Amy Bubash, USA

I received the Air Labrador DVD, I love it. It is interesting to see the hinterlands of New Foundland. This DVD had stired my interest to one day visit these Far Northern parts of Canada. Perfect getaways. Keep up the great work.

John Linder, USA

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Flight Information
A/C Reg Flight Route Flt Time Destinations
B1900D C-GAAV WJ 8315 YYT-YDF 1h25

YYT St John's, CANADA

YDF Deer Lake, CANADA

B1900D C-GAAV WJ 8315 YDF-YYR 1h14

YDF Deer Lake, CANADA

YYR Goose Bay, CANADA

B1900C C-GLAL WJ 8320 YYR-YBX 0h45

YYR Goose Bay, CANADA

YBX Blanc Sablon, CANADA

B1900C C-GLAL WJ 8320 YBX-YIF 0h25

YBX Blanc Sablon, CANADA

YIF St Augustin, CANADA

B1900C C-GLAL WJ 8320 YIF-YHR 0h20

YIF St Augustin, CANADA

YHR Chevrey, CANADA

B1900C C-GLAL WJ 8320 YHR-YZV 1h20

YHR Chevrey, CANADA

YZV Sept Iles, CANADA

B1900C C-GLAL WJ 8321 YZV-YHR 0h55

YZV Sept Iles, CANADA

YHR Chevrey, CANADA

B1900C C-GLAL WJ 8322 YHR-YNA 0h25

YHR Chevrey, CANADA

YNA Natashquan, CANADA

DHC6-100 C-GDQY WJ 200 YYR-YDP 1h25

YYR Goose Bay, CANADA

YDP Nain, CANADA

DHC6-100 C-GDQY WJ 200 YDP-YDI 0h19

YDP Nain, CANADA

YDI Davis Inlet, CANADA

DHC6-100 C-GDQY WJ 200 YHO-YSO 0h14

YHO Hopedale, CANADA

YSO Postville, CANADA

DHC6-100 C-GDQY WJ 200 YSO-YMN 0h10

YSO Postville, CANADA

YMN Makkovik, CANADA

DHC6-100 C-GDQY WJ 200 YMN-YRG 0h24

YMN Makkovik, CANADA

YRG Rigolet, CANADA

DHC6-300 C-FGON WJ 300 YRF-YBI 0h22

YRF Cartwright, CANADA

YBI Black Tickle , CANADA

DHC6-300 C-FGON WJ 300 YHG-YHA 0h11

YHG Charlottetown, CANADA

YHA Port Hope , CANADA

DHC6-300 C-FGON WJ 300 YHA-YFX 0h09

YHA Port Hope , CANADA

YFX Fox Harbor , CANADA

DHC6-300 C-FGON WJ 300 YFX-YMH 0h05

YFX Fox Harbor , CANADA

YMH Mary's Harbor , CANADA

DHC6-300 C-FGON WJ 300 YMH-YAY 0h25

YMH Mary's Harbor , CANADA

YAY St Anthony , CANADA

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