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Canadian North is Retiring their 737-200s with gravel kits

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Last week, Canadian North announced in an article published by Nunatsiaq News that they would unfortunately be retiring their Boeing 737-200s. These are the last 737-200s to be based in Western Canada. (www.youtube.com) 기타...

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djames225
Probably Air Inuit and/or Nolinor will take up the route to Cambridge Bay until such time as they get that runway paved/coated later this year. Then Canadian North can run their 737-400 up. As for Kugluktuk, Air Inuit hopefully.
TomGil
In the 1980s I flew on GDPA regularly between Edmonton and Tuktoyaktuk in the Dome Petroleum Beaufort Sea exploration days. It was a big deal when Dome bought the jet as before that we flew on a Lockheed Electra, which, looking back, was very cool too. At the time, the relative luxury of the 737 was very welcome though.
jmadunleavy
John D 1
Wonder if there is a video of one of these landing on a gravel runway?
djames225
Not Canadian North, but Nolinor landing at Meadowbank Mine gravel strip.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oinyq7Hnz4s
kbaus1232
That was really interesting. Thanks for sharing!
wopri
You might like this landing on an ice strip:

https://youtu.be/EY9AZlnyF64

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TorstenHoff
You should be very happy, that's one more person you can argue with and call names.
andyc852
His negativity is astounding

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