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Discussion in 'Air Canada | Aeroplan' started by janyyc, Jun 4, 2011.
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Myself, it's a toss...
What are yours?
and a grass strip in the middle of a field full of cows in the Kootenays
Yarmouth about 20 years ago.
Grass field was on AC Jazz? Cool!!
Actually it wasn't but the seats were about the same as was the flying style.
YMM and YZF
I flew in an a private jet (business...not personal)
YCD, and years back when AirBC flew out of YWH.
YQT, YMM or YLW, Maybe YEG
That still awaits me. I was close to flying one a few times, but has never materialized...
Nanaimo is the smallest airport I've flown an AC partner carrier from, though Pembroke was the smallest I've flown into (on PemAir on a DC3!).
YYF (Penticton) Three Dash 8 100 (37 seater) flights per day.
YGF is in Cape Town South Africa. Perhaps you are meaning YKF (Kitchner-Waterloo).
Oops - YGK!
Interestingly enough it was a segment run for some AC promo and Andrew Yiu was one of the FTers in the group that time around.
Those were the days
Was he a nice guy back then?
ZBF is pretty small... so was YSL
Have travelled through that station on a Dash-300,a 50 seater/
Hmm- I am sure we can find something smaller than YYJ. From the Airport website victoriaairport.com:
LOL, let me dig deeper
YYY (Mont Joli, QC)
YBC (Baie Comeau, QC)
YGR (Iles de la Madeleine, QC)
YEV (Inuvik, NT) When NWT Air was around
YVQ (Norman Wells, NT) When NWT Air was around
YTH (Thompson, MB) (Don't remember if it was CP or AC, so it might not count)
Harrisburg PA....but that was on Air Georgian
It would be a toss-up: YXC (Cranbrook), which is a lovely and very quiet little airport with a splendid view of the Main Range of the southern Rockies, and YXJ (Fort St John), which is about as small but which has a lot of private oilfield-service traffic via fixed-wing and helo.
My home field is YQQ (civilian side of CFB Comox) which is served by three commuter lines (including AC's pseudo-partner, Central Mountain Air) plus WestJet. That's a rather larger field, what with all the military traffic, but in civilian terms it is still a backwater.
You are right that Comox is quite active for military traffic. I have flown a few times also through YZT but with Pacific Coastal on the way to Rivers Inlet. YZT used to have AirBC service- but now is charter or Pacific Coastal AFAIK.