deuce bigalow Posted December 31, 2005 Report Share Posted December 31, 2005 Heres a story I heard the other day that got me thinking. A guy I know who flys a 206 for a small company was refused a parking slot at the Heliport because "the 61 will be in sometime in the next few hours." Isn't it supposed to be a public facility run by an NPO with special tax breaks? Maybe they need to look at putting in a few more pads. I'm pretty sure there would be a lot of AIrline operators who would be real cranky if Vancouver Airport told them they couldn't park because Air Canada had all the spots. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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