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Awesome Anniversary Trip With Exciting CYTZ Approach

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Shalom and greetings all my pals,

Presenting special anniversary flight abroad DC-3 from CYOW Ottawa/Macdonald–Cartier International Airport located 5.5 nautical miles  south of downtown Ottawa to CYTZ located on the Toronto Islands south-west of downtown Toronto for purpose of celebrating 80th anniversary of 1940 to 1943 use of CYTZ as Norwegian air force training base where it was known as little Norway or little Norge.

On airborne on climb to 10,000 ft after take off from CYOW runway 25


Now cruising at 10,000 ft with background view of beginning of Ottawa River


Cruising behind moon where retired WW2 Norwegian soldiers are enjoying the anniversary flight


Cruising across winter landscape


Dig well polished metallic shine


Dont you like dirt grime on engine cover?


Wing view of sun in front meaning we have sun and moon at same time in same flight!


look at dirt behind engine


Checking to be sure that both engines are working fine



look at dirt details under the engines


Cruising through clouds at 10,000 ft can be pure fun and exciting


Cruising past city of Belleville where you can see bridge route number 62 connecting between Belleville and Rossmore over waters of Bay of Quinte


Cruising past CYTR Canadian Forces Base Trenton located within the city of Quinte West, Ontario that is used by C-130 Hercules  


Passing city of Trenton that is home of National Air Force Museum of Canada where you can see two bridges over waters of Trent River especially the bridge in front of left propeller is called Dixon Drive or old Route 2 bridge and the bridge near wing tip of left wing is called Dundas Street East or new Route 2 bridge.  If you have sharp eyes, you can see pleasure boat wharf in Centennial Park


Approaching famous lake Ontario to get ready for descent on way to CYTZ runway 26


Word of advice when you get ready for final approach to runway 26 is to watch out for tall chimneys of The Hearn power stations


You can see in front of the plane Don River in West Dons lands suburb of Toronto where you can see Gardiner Expressway on bottom going through 2 bridges crossing the river to upward to form another highway called Don Valley Parkway

Cockpit view of city landscape of Toronto and its famous buildings



Because of regulations of the forums not permitting more than 20 screenshots per post, please be kind enough to go to this hyperlink to view rest of exciting trip with thrilling runway approach

Here is hyperlink: https://calclassic.proboards.com/thread/10052/awesome-anniversary-trip-exciting-approach

Thank you for viewing.  Stay tuned for next exciting flight




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Beautiful plane...and lovely Metal livery.....!!

Thanks for posting, Aharon...!

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