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Airports[edit]

Ulukhaktok/Holman Airport terminal built 1974. This is from the 1980s. 
Gjoa Haven Airport terminal from airside 
Kugaaruk Airport terminal from airside 

Yellowknife Airport[edit]

Front of Yellowknife Airport from left to right 
Front of Yellowknife Airport from left to right 
Front of Yellowknife Airport from left to right 
Front of Yellowknife Airport from left to right 
Front of Yellowknife Airport from left to right 
Front of Yellowknife Airport from left to right 
Check-in counters at the Yellowknife Airport 
 
Uncropped picture of Yellowknife Airport from the car park
Cropped picture of Yellowknife Airport from the car park
Uncropped picture of 440 Transport Squadron and RCMP Air Division base at Yellowknife Airport
Cropped picture of 440 Transport Squadron and RCMP Air Division base at Yellowknife Airport

Airport equipment[edit]

Canadian North's portable deicer at Cambridge Bay Airport 
Canadian North's portable deicer at Cambridge Bay Airport 
Applying material to bind the gravel and reduce dust. The gravel is packed after the application. 
A boat that appears to have landed on the runway. 

Aircraft[edit]

Adlair Aviation[edit]

C-GSYN Adlair Aviation Beechcraft King Air 100 (BE10) 
C-GBYN Adlair Aviation Beechcraft King Air 200 (BE20) 
C-GFYN Adlair Aviation de Havilland Twin Otter (DHC6) 200 Series 
C-GFYN Adlair Aviation de Havilland Twin Otter (DHC6) 200 Series 
C-FGYN Adlair Aviation de Havilland Beaver (DHC2) Mk.I 
C-FGYN Adlair Aviation de Havilland Beaver (DHC2) Mk.I 
Adlair hangar with King Air 

Air Nunavut[edit]

Aklak Air[edit]

Arctic Sunwest[edit]

Logo on tail of Arctic Sunwest Charters Twin Otter, C-GARW 
The interior of an Arctic Sunwest De Havilland Canada DHC-5 Buffalo from the rear door 
An Arctic Sunwest De Havilland Canada DHC-5 Buffalo undergoing regular maintenance. 
An Arctic Sunwest de Havilland Beaver on floats with a canoe lashed to the side. 
An Arctic Sunwest Bombardier DHC-8 Dash 8 undergoing regular maintenance. 
View from a Twin Otter at the Arctic Sunwest float base on Great Slave Lake, Yellowknife 
The right hand seat on an Arctic Sunwest Twin Otter. Great Slave Lake 
Front view of an Arctic Sunwest Twin Otter at the float base on Great Slave Lake 
Rear view of an Arctic Sunwest Twin Otter at the float base on Great Slave Lake 

Buffalo Airways[edit]

FIQM, one of 14 Douglas C54 Skymasters registered in Canada, all to Buffalo Airways 
FIQM, one of 14 C54s registered in Canada, all to Buffalo Airways 
FIQM, one of 14 C54s registered in Canada, all to Buffalo Airways 
FIQM, one of 14 C54s registered in Canada, all to Buffalo Airways 
Filming FIQM for Ice Pilots NWT at Cambridge Bay Airport. Temperature −33.3 °C (−27.9 °F) 
Buffalo Airways Douglas C-54 Skymaster at Yellowknife 
Buffalo Airways Douglas C-54 Skymaster at Yellowknife. 
Looking from the cockpit of Buffalo Airways C46 down the taxiway at Yellowknife 
The cockpit of Buffalo Airways Curtiss-Wright C46 Commando at Yellowknife. 
Looking up the interior Buffalo Airways C46 at Yellowknife. 
Nose of Buffalo Airways C46 at Yellowknife 
Buffalo Airways C46 at Yellowknife. 
Buffalo Airways Douglas DC-3 at Yellowknife 
Cockpit of Buffalo Airways DC3 at Yellowknife. This is the first aircraft purchased by "Buffalo" Joe McBryan. 
Looking up the interior of a Buffalo Airways DC3 at Yellowknife. This is the first aircraft purchased by "Buffalo" Joe McBryan. 
Nose of a Buffalo Airways DC3 at Yellowknife. This is the first aircraft purchased by "Buffalo" Joe McBryan as indicated by the "Summer Wages" sign. 
Looking from the cockpit of a Buffalo Airways DC3 at Yellowknife towards some Canadair CL-215's. This is the first aircraft purchased by "Buffalo" Joe McBryan. 
Looking from the cockpit of a Buffalo Airways DC3 at Yellowknife towards a Lockheed L-188 Electra and another DC3. This is the first aircraft purchased by "Buffalo" Joe McBryan. 
Looking from the cockpit of a Buffalo Airways DC3 at Yellowknife towards a Noorduyn Norseman. The DC3 is the first aircraft purchased by "Buffalo" Joe McBryan. 
A Buffalo Airways DC3 undergoing maintenance at Yellowknife. 
A Buffalo Airways DC3 undergoing maintenance at Yellowknife. An observation bubble can be seen on the top of the aircraft. 
A Buffalo Airways DC3 undergoing maintenance at Yellowknife 
A Buffalo Airways DC3 undergoing maintenance at Yellowknife 
A Buffalo Airways DC3 undergoing maintenance at Yellowknife 
Nose of a Buffalo Airways Lockheed L-188 Electra at Yellowknife 
Buffalo Airways Noorduyn Norseman at Yellowknife. 
A Buffalo Airways Beechcraft Baron at Yellowknife. 
A Buffalo Airways Fleet Canuck (Fleet 80) at Yellowknife. The aircraft was part of the training school and is still in use. 
Water "bomb door" on the left side of a Buffalo Airways Canadair CL-215 at Yellowknife. 
Nose of the Buffalo Airways Canadair CL-215 at Yellowknife. 
Interior showing the water tanks and fire suppressant tank. Buffalo Airways Canadair CL-215 at Yellowknife. 
Left hand seat of Buffalo Airways Canadair CL-215 at Yellowknife. 
Right hand seatBuffalo Airways Canadair CL-215 at Yellowknife. 
Cropped cockpit of Buffalo Airways Canadair CL-215 at Yellowknife.
Uncropped cockpit of Buffalo Airways Canadair CL-215 at Yellowknife.

Beechcraft[edit]

N567M Beechcraft Bonanza F33A (BE33) 

Canadian Forces Air Command[edit]

Canadian Coast Guard[edit]

C-GCHT Canadian Coast Guard - Bell 212 (B212) 
C-GCHT Canadian Coast Guard - Bell 212 (B212) 

Canadian Helicopters[edit]

C-FOKV Canadian Helicopters Bell 212 (B212) 
C-FFBU Canadian Helicopters Astar AS-350-BA (AS50) 
C-FFBU Canadian Helicopters Astar AS-350-BA (AS50) 
C-GOKE Canadian Helicopters Bell 206B (B06) 
C-GOKE Canadian Helicopters Bell 206B (B06) 
C-GOKE Canadian Helicopters Bell 206B (B06) 

Canadian North[edit]

Canadian North De Havilland Canada DHC-8 Dash 8 
Canadian North Dash 8 in aqua colour 
C-GOPW Air Norterra Inc (Canadian North) Boeing 737-275C (B732) 
C-GOPW in current livery 
Canadian North Bombardier Dash 8 undergoing regular maintenance at the Arctic Sunwest hangar 
De-icing a Canadian North Dash 8 at Cambridge Bay Airport 
Moving the de-icing equipment around the aircraft 
GXCN Dash 8 at Cambridge Bay Airport 

Cessna[edit]

C-FFXO Cessna Skywagon II A185E (C185) 
C-FFXO Cessna Skywagon II A185E (C185) 
C-FFXO Cessna Skywagon II A185E (C185) 
N6860C Cessna 441 Conquest (C441) 
N6860C Cessna 441 Conquest (C441) 
N90SN Cessna Skywagon C185 

Dal Aviation[edit]

C-GSUE, a de Havilland Beaver (DHC2) Mk. 1, belonging to Dal Aviation. They operate two floatplanes in Cambridge Bay during the summer. This was taken later in the season than normal. 

First Air[edit]

C-GBFA First Air HS748 (A748), aircraft no longer registered in Canada 
First Air AT42 (300 series) GSRR 
First Air C-130 Hercules C-GHPW 
First Air C-130 Hercules C-GHPW 
First Air Boeing 737-200 C-GNWN at Cambridge Bay. The aircraft had flown from Ottawa to pick up a group of tourists that had been touring the Northwest Passage aboard the R/V Akademik Ioffe 
First Air AT42 (300 series) GULU 
First Air AT42 (300 series) FTJB 
First Air C-130 Hercules GUSI 

Flair Airlines[edit]

Flair Airlines B737 at Yellowknife Airport 

Government of Canada[edit]

C-FCSX Government of Canada, Department Of Transport de Havilland Twin Otter (DHC6) 300 Series 

Helicopter Transport Services[edit]

C-FKEP Helicopter Transport Services Bell 206 

Kenn Borek Air[edit]

C-FBBV Kenn Borek Air de Havilland Twin Otter (DHC6) 300 Series 
C-FBBV Kenn Borek Air de Havilland Twin Otter (DHC6) 300 Series 
C-FBBV Kenn Borek Air de Havilland Twin Otter (DHC6) 300 Series) 
C-GFKB Kenn Borek Air EMBRAER EMB-110P1 Bandeirante (Bandit) (E110) 
C-GFKB Kenn Borek Air EMBRAER EMB-110P1 Bandeirante (Bandit) (E110) 
Kenn Borek Douglas DC-3 C-GVKB loading Canadian Forces at Cambridge Bay 
Kenn Borek Douglas DC-3 C-GVKB loading Canadian Forces at Cambridge Bay 

Kivalliq Air[edit]

Kudlik Aviation[edit]

Kudlik Aviation Cessna 208 Caravan 

Northwestern Air[edit]

Okpik Aviation[edit]

FPEN Okpik Aviation DH3T Turbo Otter 

Partenavia[edit]

D-GHAN Partenavia p.68 Victor (P68) 
D-GHAN Partenavia P.68 Victor (P68) 
D-GHAN Partenavia P.68 Victor (P68) 
D-GHAN Partenavia P.68 Victor (P68) 

Regional 1[edit]

Regional 1 DHC-8 Dash 8, C-GZTC 
Regional 1 DHC-8 Dash 8, C-FYDH 

SRX[edit]

AN12 UK-12005 parked at the fuel pumps in Cambridge Bay. The aircraft, operated by Avialeasing for SRX, had brought in material to refloat the MV Clipper Adventurer 
AN12 UK-12005 taxing to the fuel pumps in Cambridge Bay. The aircraft, operated by Avialeasing for SRX, had brought in material to refloat the MV Clipper Adventurer 

Summit Air[edit]

Summit Air Skyvan 
Summit Air Skyvan cargo door. It reads "Hows My Driving" 

Unalik Aviation[edit]

Kenn Borek Air with Unaalik Aviation on the side 

Universal Helicopters[edit]

C-GIZY Universal Helicopters Bell 206L (B06) 
C-GIZY Universal Helicopters Bell 206L (B06)a 
C-GIZY Universal Helicopters Bell 206L (B06) 

VIH Helicopters[edit]

C-FMND VIH Helicopters Bell 212 

West Wind Aviation[edit]

109th Airlift Squadron[edit]

The Mars Institute Humvee waiting in Cambridge Bay, Nunavut, for transport to Resolute
109th Airlift Squadron C-130 on the ground in Cambridge Bay, tail section. 
109th Airlift Squadron C-130 on the ground in Cambridge Bay prior to loading the Mars Institute Humvee. 
109th Airlift Squadron C-130 prior to loading the Mars Institute Humvee. 
Loading Humvee in Cambridge Bay into C130 prior to airlift. The 109th Airlift Squadron flew the Humvee to Resolute Bay Airport
Loading Humvee . 
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Parts[edit]

Aircraft on wheel/skis