Viking Air first became associated with the de Havilland Canada name in 1983, when it began making spares for the DHC-2 Beaver and DHC-3 Otter. The DHC-6  Twin Otter followed, and in 2006 Viking acquired the type certificates for all out-of-production types, from the DHC-1 Chipmunk to the Dash 7.  Along with the former Canadair CL-215/415 waterbomber program acquired in 2016, all of these purchases were from Bombardier. And now Viking Air’s parent, Longview Aviation ...

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