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De Havilland Canada Twin Otter (N13803)
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De Havilland Canada Twin Otter (N13803)



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Baz FAManning
13803, NOT N13803!
Uwe Steffen
Exactly this De Hacilland Twin Otter is from the Canadian Air Force, there is one aircraft with the registration N13803 but it is a Piper Aztec
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I believe people make comments about about NOT being perfect should get a life and if you don't like the content please leave. It's not an airport you don't need to announce that you are leaving.

There is no need to SHOUT

Have a nice day, enjoy the great Aviation pictures.
Robert Fleury
If I'm not mistaken, it's not just a CAF DHC-6 but a Search and Rescue one...
Robin Rebhan
Hey! It looks like it's from the great white north there, Hey!
Nice photo there Hey!
If you're going to attempt to poke fun at Canadians, you could at least get the vernacular correct. It's "eh", not "Hey".
serge LOTH
I love the Canadian "SAR" livery.. By the way excellent plane..
Doug Zalud
Beautiful shot of a beautiful old bird.
Martin Burr
Flew in these with Alberta Civil Air Rescue in the '70's our of Edmonton
I own N13803 this is not My aztec
Hey Robin, it's Eh not Hey lol.
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Date Aircraft Origin Destination Departure Arrival Duration
09-Apr-2024 PA27Plymouth Muni ()Plymouth Muni () 08:30AM EDT 09:03AM EDT 0:32
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