Kenn Borek Air Basler BT-67 (Turbine DC-3) Taxi and Takeoff from Calgary Airport

Kenn Borek Air Basler BT-67 (Turbine DC-3) Taxi and Takeoff from Calgary AirportKenn Borek Air is a Calgary-based airline which operates a number of unique charter flights all over the globe, notably, to Antarctica during the southern summer. They operate several DC-3 Turbines, or Basler BT-67s, along with a large fleet of De Havilland Twin Otters. The Basler BT-67 is a converted Douglas DC-3 that’s been lengthened and re-engined with Pratt and Whitney turboprops. Here we have C-GJKB, a DC-3T originally manufactured in 1944 departing Calgary for Lethbridge on a training flight, presumably in preparation for the southern summer’s expedition to Antarctica in the coming months. ATC is included, hope you enjoy!

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Airline: Kenn Borek Air (KBA/4K)
Aircraft: Basler BT-67/Douglas DC-3 Turbine
Flight Number: 4K168T
Aircraft Name: None
Livery: Standard (red)
Engines: 2x Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-67R
Registration: C-GJKB
Route: Calgary (YYC) – Lethbridge (YQL)
Callsign: BOREK 168 Trainer
Runway used: 35L
Date filmed: September 15, 2018
Local time: 1500


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