Canada Pauses Arctic Airlifter Replacement Program

Two C-138 Twin Otters are shown operating in the Canadian Arctic. 

Credit: Department of National Defense
The Royal Canadian Air Force will continue operating a small fleet of aging DeHavilland C-138 Twin Otters in the Arctic region after indefinitely postponing a planned replacement program, Canada's Department of National Defense (DND) says. A re-winging project completed during the past five years...

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