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The CL-415 started in service with the Air Branch in 1998 as an upgrade to the CL-215. It boasted electronic flight controls, upgraded avionics, air conditioning and turbo-prop engines. They are faster, carry more water and require less maintenance than the CL-215.

9 aircraft in Air Branch service...

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C-GOGD 1998 --- aircraft #270, in current fleet
C-GOGE 1998 --- aircraft #271, in current fleet
C-GOGF 1998 --- aircraft #272, in current fleet
C-GOGG 1998 --- aircraft #273, in current fleet
C-GOGH 1998 --- aircraft #274, in current fleet
C-GOGW 1999 --- aircraft #275, in current fleet
C-GOGX 1999 --- aircraft #276, in current fleet
C-GOGY 1999 --- aircraft #277, in current fleet
C-GOGZ 2000 --- aircraft #278, in current fleet
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