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Pacific Coastal Airlines Goose unloads freight at Duncanby Landing, British Columbia. C-FIOL has logged over 28,000 hours and shows off its new blue paint scheme (1998). A copy of the daily newspaper is always received with gratitude in these isolated communities.


Ramper Doug Bohn hands cargo to pilot Stewart Grimm in the nose compartment, which will hold up to 1,400 pounds of freight. TodayÕs cargo includes dog food, toilet paper and Caterpillar parts.


To say the cockpit layout of the Goose is fairly simple is almost an understatement. On takeoff, the training-equipped dual controls often poke into the chest of the right-seat occupant.


Goose Bay, an old cannery converted into a sport fishing lodge, is one of Pacific CoastalÕs many flagstops in the Rivers Inlet area.


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