If you looked up in the sky on Canada Day, you likely saw several planes and helicopters flying in close formation. We were flooded with messages asking what this was for. We weren’t too sure ourselves so we put the question to the fans on the Victoria Buzz Facebook page, and we got our answers!

Steve Hemphill responded to our post with a picture and this message: “Same picture from another perspective!”:

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Same picture from another perspective ! – Steve Hemphill

And here are some responses from the community:

[blockquote cite=”Heath Moffatt ” float=”left” align=”left”]This was for the 50th anniversary of the Twin Otter aircraft, now manufactured by Viking at the airport[/blockquote]


 

[blockquote cite=”Lisa Fransen” float=”left” align=”left”]This was one of five planes Viking Air flew for the Canada Day celebrations. This is a Viking Air 400 Series Twin Otter. The helicopter was filming for Viking Air[/blockquote]


[blockquote cite=”Jennifer Macpherson-Gresmak” float=”left” align=”left”]Viking Air Anniversary , they flew over the Live Flag on Parliament lawn[/blockquote]
 

  

 

 

 

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