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A Blackcomb Helicopters Airbus EC130 B4 flies a group of tourists over the mountains surrounding the resort village of Whistler in British Columbia. Heath Moffatt Photo
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From sea to sky: Blackcomb Helicopters

The Canadian corporate operators on our panel reported their aircraft each fly around 400 hours per year. Annual utilization is holding steady or even increasing, they say. Embraer Photo
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Business aviation: A matter of perception

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The Pilatus PC-24: Swiss utility jet

Much of British Columbia's rugged coast is serviced by venerable aircraft such as the single-engine de Havilland Canada Turbine Otter. Vancouver Island Air (VIA) of Campbell River, B.C., has found a new way to coax even more performance from this legendary bushplane. Heath Moffatt Photo
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A Turbine Otter aged to perfection

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Sims for schools: The value of flight simulators