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  1. Hi. Anyone have any views on flying a twin otter with MCP PRO AUTOPILOT? or any non default aircraft? Thanks. Tony Plymouth
  2. I'm out on the boat these days. Quite different from the good 'ol days. Now I have wifi fed into the boat in pretty much any harbour I visit (thanks to a long-range antenna). I'm in Ganges harbour at the moment. I'm anchored about 300 ft from the main North/South water runway in Ganges. No oversleeping here. Harbour Air (http://www.harbourair.com/) start operations about 0730 and, so far this morning, there's been two turbo Otters and three Beavers in and out. God! I love the smell of JetA in the morning! Not to mention the sound of a R-985 P&W trying to break the sound barrier with its prop tips. Harbour Air has been on a buying spree. They've collected pretty much all of the independent Beaver operators as well as a couple good sized corporate Beaver airlines like Baxter and Saltspring Air over the past few years. Now, any time you see a Beaver, Turbo Otter, or a Twotter, it's more than likely a Harbour Air aircraft. There is a fair sized US airline out of Seattle called Kenmore Air and a few of them can be seen in these islands, too.
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