Air North’s sole 737-200 is the last remaining 737-200 in Western Canada, with the exception of a few Nolinor ones doing charters in the Territories. Occasionally, one of their regular flights operated by the 734 or 735 may get swapped with the 732, and last Friday was one of those times! Here we have this 33 year old 737 taxiing and departing Calgary International Airport for Edmonton International Airport just after sunset, with some incredible classic engine sound. ATC is included, hope you enjoy!
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Airline: Air North (ANT/4N)
Aircraft: Boeing 737-200 Combi (B732)
Aircraft Name: None
Engines: 2x Pratt & Whitney JT8D-17
Route: Calgary (YYC) – Edmonton (YEG)
Callsign: Air North 528
Runway used: 35L
Date filmed: May 12, 2017
Local time: 2100
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