FSX Pacific Coastal Airlines Flight Plans
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Pacific Coastal Airlines Flight Plans for summer 2011. These are the complete schedules for Pacific Coastal Airlines land-based operations for summer 2011. They cover many of the destinations in Canada's British Columbia coastal region, based around Vancouver South Terminal. Floatplane operations are not included. By Brian King.
This is the nearest I can get to the complete schedule for Pacific Coastal Airlines, although they are about to start a 'high-season' schedule which appears to be in effect from July 5th to September 5th, then reverts to the schedule in these flightplans.
Pacific Coastal also run charter flights and cargo flights, for which I don't have any details. I could make some fictional flights, but laziness set in, so I didn't!
They also fly three DH Beavers, and four Grumman Goose aircraft, from their more northerly bases to the various isolated communities along the British Columbian coast. These are (a) less 'scheduled', and (b) involve water landings, an area of AI that I am not (yet) familiar with. If I can get to grips with this, I will upgrade these flight plans to include the 'Floatplane Service'.
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|Go to Fly Away Simulation.url||01.22.16||52 B|
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