🚁Air Traffic ✈

FlightAware has posted a site they call the Misery Map! These show all the cancelled flights, due to staffing issues. It's an interesting and dynamic site, and shows just how much air traffic there is across the US. 




Stories of here and there => Sander Geophysics.

September 13 Xcalibur air flight 

July 9





July 10






 Ornge owns a fleet of aircraft and land ambulances operating out of 12 bases across Ontario. Vehicles in the fleet include:
  •   8 Pilatus Next Generation PC-12 airplanes,
  • 12 Leonardo AW-139 helicopters, and
  • 13 Crestline Commander land ambulances.

Sept.  https://vimeo.com/459906061

Oct.

November

Remembrance Day air traffic





Oct. 17




 Oct. 4



Helicopter on patrol? Oct. 3rd, Saturday afternoon.
 

Oct. 3rd, 2:46 p.m.

 


Sept. 28

 



This is an expensive helicopter, which takes rich cottagers to their vacation homes.

Body of Toronto woman recovered after boating accident


I love watching the helicopters on the webpage. Little tiny rotors!

helicopter from Jennifer Jilks on Vimeo.




A strange flight


A mystery: the helicopter took off in the morning, Aug. 10.


I think I figured it out!

Aug. 8
This was exciting. I noticed a helicopter on the radar. It flew from Ottawa Airport, to Smiths Falls, and then shut off. It says it was headed to Kingston.


Nov. 28, 2021 – a cloudy day, but I could hear its roar.

Dec. 3 – helicopter from Perth hospital to near Tincap.



Flight history...


Fort Bragg helicopters


Dec. 15, 2021

Incident with a transport near Pembroke...







Dec. 24 – Sander Geophysics



They were back at it, in January 4th, flying around and around. I emailed the company doing the airplane flyovers, and someone got back to me. It was a bit creepy until I figured them out. 

Thanks for reaching out.  I am sorry that our flights made you uncomfortable.  We were conducting a magnetic survey for research purposes, which involved flying patterns at various altitudes, and it sounds like you were located near one of the patterns that was repeated several times...The aircraft you saw is equipped with magnetometers that measure the earth's naturally occurring magnetic field.  These sensors are completely passive and do not emit anything.

I emailed him back and thanked him for getting back to me. Puzzle solved. 


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