VFR

Cessna 172 Skyhawk VFR Tour
Status: Active
Description: Join us on our Cessna 172 Skyhawk VFR Tour as we fly "low and slow" so we can enjoy the scenery!

(Aircraft Substitutions: Propeller or Heli only!)


Participants: 14

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Cessna 172 Skyhawk VFR  Tour
Hawaii VFR Tour
Status: Active
Description: Join Canada Air Virtual for our Hawaii VFR Tour. We'll fly the Cessna 172 to various Hawaiian airports, enjoying the exotic and beautiful scenery of the Hawaiian Islands along the way!

(Aircraft Substitutions: Propeller or Heli only!)


Participants: 6

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Hawaii VFR Tour
Yukon River Run Tour
Status: Active
Description: Join Canada Air Virtual in the Alaskan wilderness on the journey of a lifetime as we fly VFR along the mighty Yukon River from Whitehorse, Yukon to Emmonak, Alaska where it finally empties into the Bering Sea.

(Aircraft Substitutions: Propeller or Heli only!)


Participants: 10

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Yukon River Run Tour
Fall Maritimes Tour
Status: Active
Description: The Fall Maritimes Tour takes us from Halifax down through Nova Scotia's South Shore where Peggy’s Cove is located onto Lunenburg to see the Bluenose II, then across the Bay of Fundy, which has the world's highest tides, and into New Brunswick. From there, we fly over the dramatic Confederation Bridge and into Prince Edward Island, and then back to Halifax.

(Aircraft Substitutions: Propeller or Heli only!)

This tour was created for our pilots to enjoy the brilliant fall colors of the Maritimes maple trees which dominate the landscape this time of year!
Participants: 10

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Fall Maritimes Tour
YHD Ontario Tour
Status: Active
Description: Canada Air Virtual's YHD Ontario Tour has us departing from Dryden Regional Airport, flying the DHC6 Twin Otter to some very challenging airstrips though-out Western Ontario.
Participants: 3

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YHD Ontario Tour
Bug Smasher Tour
Status: Active
Description: Join Canada Air Virtual on our "Bug Smasher Tour" for a little Bush flying in our twin otter or your favorite bug smasher bush plane.
Participants: 4

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Bug Smasher Tour
Swiss Alps Tour
Status: Active
Description: Join us as we tour the Swiss Alps and scenic Switzerland with some mountain flights on our Swiss Alps Tour. Experience landing at Courchevel Airports very short runway of only 1,762 ft and a gradient of 18.6%. There is no go-around procedure for landings at Courchevel, due to the surrounding mountainous terrain. The runway has no instrument approach procedure or lighting aids, thus making landing in fog and low clouds unsafe and almost impossible.

(Aircraft substitutions: Propeller aircraft only)


Participants: 4

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Swiss Alps Tour
Santa Fe Trail VFR Tour
Status: Upcoming
Description: The Santa Fe Trail was a 19th-century transportation route through central North America that connected Independence, Missouri with Santa Fe, New Mexico. Pioneered in 1821 by William Becknell, it served as a vital commercial highway until the introduction of the railroad to Santa Fe in 1880. Santa Fe was near the end of the El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro which carried trade from Mexico City.

A highway route that roughly follows the trail's path through the entire length of Kansas, the southeast corner of Colorado and northern New Mexico has been designated as the Santa Fe Trail National Scenic Byway.

On the Santa Fe Trail VFR Tour your flights will take you through the states of Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, and Colorado.


Participants: 0

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Santa Fe Trail VFR Tour
Alaskan Brooks Range Mail Run
Status: Upcoming
Description: The Brooks Range is a mountain range in far northern North America stretching some 700 miles from west to east across northern Alaska into Canada's Yukon Territory. Reaching an elevation exceeding 9,000 ft the range is believed to be approximately 126 million years old.

In the United States, these mountains are considered an extension of the Rocky Mountains, whereas in Canada they are considered separate, the northern border of the Rocky Mountains regarded as the Liard River far to the south in the province of British Columbia.

While the range is mostly uninhabited, the Dalton Highway and Trans-Alaska Pipeline System run through the Atigun Pass on their way to the oil fields at Prudhoe Bay on Alaskas's North Slope. The Alaska Native villages of Anaktuvuk and Arctic Village, as well as the very small communities of Coldfoot, Wiseman, Bettles, and Chandalar Lake, are the range's only settlements. In the far west, near the Wulik River in the De Long Mountains is the Red Dog mine, largest zinc mine in the world.


Participants: 0

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Alaskan Brooks Range Mail Run