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Local: 1-705-945-9260
Fax: 1-705-254-5422
Location Map
Our Address is:
259 Great Northern Rd. 
Sault Ste. Marie, ON 
P6B 4Z2

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Silverdart: Partial replica view of the first plane that ever flew in canada.  Baldwin and McCurdy pioneered this experimental aircraft under the direction of Dr. Alexander Graham Bell.  This early development took place in the province of Nova Scotia, Canada.
Dehavilland Otter: DHC-3, 600 HP.  Commenced production in Canada, 1952.  This aircraft type was used world-wide by both mining, and oil companies, charter services, and the military.  In Canada, it was used year round by the RCMP and Provincial Air Services.
Sea Bee RC-3:  Registration C-FDKG. Originally owned by local Air Dale Flying Service.  Primary use was by tourist outfitters for fly-in fishing and sightseeing.  1060 aircraft were built from 1946 to 1947.
Grumman S-2A Tracker:  This aircraft was originally used for locating submarines and used in Canada in conjunction with the HMCS Bonaventure.  In 1970, the Provincial Air Service purchased aircrafts for fighting fires.
Dehavilland Beaver: DHC-2 450 HP, The CF-OBS is the first production and oldest flying beaver that was used by the Ontario Provincial Air Service.  Production commenced in 1948 and stopped in 1967.
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