Ice Pilots NWT
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TV Series (2009-2014)
Ice Pilots NWT is a reality television documentary series that portrays Buffalo Airways, an airline based in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada. Buffalo flies WWII-era propeller planes year-round in the Canadian North.
ATR 42 and Boeing 737-200 of First Air.
Registration C-GFNF, c/n 1027 built in 1970.
Registration C-GTXW, c/n 30386 built in 1944.
Registration C-FAVO, c/n 33242 built in 1945.
On the right.
De Havilland Canada DHC-8 of Canadian North.
Registration C-FLFR, c/n 13155 built in 1942. Served with the RAF as KG563.
Registration C-GWIR, c/n 9371 built in 1942.
Registration C-GWZS, c/n 12327 built in 1942.
Registration C-GPNR, c/n 13333 built in 1942. Same aircraft in other works at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft (Civil Fixed-Wing).
Registration C-FBAJ, c/n 3088.
Registration C-GBPA, c/n 10673 built in 1945.
Registration C-GCTF, c/n 27281 built in 1945.
(Right) Registration C-FIQM, c/n 36088 built in 1943. With a white Lockheed L-188 Electra in the background (see belowà.
Serials CJ-485 and CJ-443 from All Weather Flying Center.
Archival footage. Maybe the same aircraft -at least, the same unit- seen in Phantom from Space.
Registration C-GLBA, c/n 1145 built in 1961.
Registration C-FBAQ, c/n 1039 built in 1959.