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Flight service specialist Dave Roth of Nav Canada (centre) and Southern Skies Aviation flight instructor Stuart Cheyne (below) talk to high school students in the tower at the Penticton Airport Wednesday as part of the company’s annual careers in aviation program in conjunction with School District 67. Specialist Dave Ligertwood (left) works at the tower controls. - Mark Brett/Western News
Flight service specialist Dave Roth of Nav Canada (centre) and Southern Skies Aviation flight instructor Stuart Cheyne (below) talk to high school students in the tower at the Penticton Airport Wednesday as part of the company’s annual careers in aviation program in conjunction with School District 67. Specialist Dave Ligertwood (left) works at the tower controls.
— image credit: Mark Brett/Western News
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