Super 27 Jet Comes To Rescue

Aharon Dayan

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Super 27 Jet Comes To Rescue
« on: May 31, 2020, 02:15:41 PM »
Shalom and greetings all my pals,

On May/June/July 2016,  areas of Fort McMurray had worst forest fires in history that destroyed and burnt 1,500,000 acres and 3244 buildings.

This flight report presents my second relief aid cargo flight that I made 4 years ago (I have backlog of millions of screenshots waiting for me to publish) which was from CYZF Yellowknife Airport located in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada to CYMM Fort McMurray International Airport located 7 nautical miles southeast of Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada.

Cruising at 33,000 ft carrying heavy loads of much needed relief aid supplies bound for Fort McMurray residents

You can tell that the plane is getting near Fort McMurray when you see lots of smokes that are NOT clouds

Starting to descend now entering heavy smokes

Descending through smokes

At 5,000 ft where you can see through haze of smokes the ground showing trees

Deploying landing gear on way to runway 07

Oh darn smoke haze is getting thicker

Seconds from touchdown


Front landing gear wheels gliding down in most graceful slow manner

Front wheels making runway contact

Exiting from runway 07 into taxiway D on way to gates

Taxiing on taxiway D

Entering cargo section apron while the other plane was dropping off firefighter volunteers

Getting ready to unload relief aid while jetway was disconnecting from the other plane fully boarded with evacuees to be evacuated to safe areas.

Thank you for viewing. Please stay tuned for next exciting flight