Pemberton Fly-In is a show and shine for plane buffs, August 7

Randy Elkins wanted to be a pilot for as long as he can remember, and he made it happen, “as soon as my finances let me.” Now the proud owner of a Cessna 210, which he hangars out at Pemberton Airport with Pemberton Soaring, Elkins estimates that he has flown in and out of 124 … Continue reading

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The pecking order in the air goes bird, glider, paraglider, according to Pemberton Soaring Pilot, Rudy Rozsypalek

One of only two commercial gliding operators in Canada, the 17 year old Pemberton Soaring operation provided 1400 gliding experiences during the flying season (Apr-Sept) 2009. In clear weather, with good thermal lift, the glider can go to 10,000 ft, from where passengers can see the Pemberton Ice-cap, Whistler, Black Tusk, the Tantalus Range, the … Continue reading