A Norseman aircraft taxis on the water of Red Lake where tranquility surrounds you in the most northwesterly community in Ontario. A Norseman is a single engine bush plane which was first flown in November of 1935 and designed by Robert Noorduyn, a gentleman from the Netherlands.
Some of the Norseman aircrafts are seaplanes while others have wheels which fly into the Red Lake Airport, but both types of planes are a great form of transportation. Chimo Air Service flies these aircrafts taking visitors to the remote wilderness areas of Northern Ontario where fishing lodges and outposts are located.
Norseman aircraft, Chimo Air Service, taxiing on the water in the town of Red Lake, Ontario, Canada. Bushplanes