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Old 05-15-02, 09:43 PM
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Smile Instruction and Mountain Flying in British Columbia

We operate a Flight Training Unit and Charter Service in Castlegar, Southern British Columbia. Our specialty is the fine art of Mountain Flying, and we are the proud owners of 337 #2, an excellent 1965 model that we use for aerial fire patrol. Check out our website at www.highalpineair.com Have patience as the site is being upgraded this week!

Our e-ddress is airtids@highalpineair.com, and our tel.# is 250 365-0977.

Robin Tidswell,
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High Alpine Air Services Inc

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Old 05-18-02, 08:39 PM
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In reply to a P.M. from Kevin, out e-ddress is airtids@highalpineair.com, and our tel.# is 250 365-0977. I put the link to our website hoping that it would get used, but I guess not.
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Instrument Flight Test in British Columbia or Alberta

Good Morning all

I am a Canadian and US licensed pilot living in the Middle East, and my ( Canadian ) Instrument ride is due this summer ( mid July ).

It would not be very practical to fly the aircraft to North America ( or fly an examiner to Qatar ) merely to do a recurrent flight test.

Is anybody aware of a fellow skymaster owner who is set up to allow his aircraft to be used for a flight test.

My aircraft is a 1975 T337G, registration N187. A similar aircraft model would be good, but not essential.

I have about 1300 hours total time, of which about 200 is in the skymaster. ( So far ) no accident history.

Looking forward to ideas.

Best Regards,.......

Barry Sloane, N187
Doha, Qatar
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