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De Havilland Canada DHC-3 Otter (N252TA) - Take off
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De Havilland Canada DHC-3 Otter (N252TA)


Take off


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Bill Bailey
That's no Mooney, it's a Turbine Otter.
Great photo! Yes, it's a DeHavilland DHC-3.
Craig McAvoy
taking off my guess...
john cook
No ,is a full power, stall landing.
You don't see'em vary often but up in Alaska anything go's.
@john cook, please explain a full power stall landing... You're supposing a flair so far behind the power curve that full power is required? Which would mean the aircraft should have no wake in the water correct?

Okay enough. I raise the BS flag to you sir! The aircraft clearly has a wake in it's trail. This was not a landing, but a takeoff sir!

But I do agree that the photo is wonderful.

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