From the 1920s to the 1950's, Bushplanes made history in the Canadian North, connecting remote settlements to Canada. When asked if Bushplanes were too slow for the long distances they travelled in Canada, many a bush pilot would reply "they just had to be faster than a dogsled". Since the 60's regional service has become more regular in Canada but join us as we once again "race the dogsleds in the Canadian North".
Join us and fly to/from:
- Fort McMurray and Saskatoon (CYMM - CYXE);
- Edmonton and Saskatoon (CYEG - CYXE)
and remember a time when airplanes were the gateway to the West