Yellow Wings to arrive in Debert around noon

Harry Sullivan
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DEBERT – Four vintage Yellow Wings aircraft are expected to be arriving at Debert airport around noon today.

The Fairchild Cornell MKII will be touching down at Debert Airport for a visit along with three other Yellow Wings aircraft, which are part of the Mike Potter Collection of Vintage Wings of Canada. Photo by PETER HANDLEY/VINTAGE WINGS OF CANADA

The planes initially were planned to be on display for Sunday and Monday but the visit was postponed because of sporadic rainy weather.

The planes are coming to Debert from New Brunswick where they are also holding static displays.

The planes were among a number that were used during the Second World War for training hundreds of thousands allied Second World War aviators at air fields across Canada, including Debert.

Yellow Wings volunteer pilots are to also be on hand to talk about the significance of the historic planes, which are operated by Vintage Wings of Canada.

Geographic location: Debert, Canada, New Brunswick

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