Arctic Air: Season 1, Episode 10

Drop in for Lunch (13 Mar. 2012)

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A routine flight from Watson Lake to Yellowknife turns deadly.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Loreen Cassway
Hailey Martin
Astrid Poulsen


A faulty gauge grounds Mel's plane, stranding Mel, Doc Hossa, Loreen and Caitlin near Watson Lake where they've travelled for a funeral. They hitch a ride back to Yellowknife on a competing airline, subjecting the pilot to Mel as his backseat driver. But Mel's concerns are warranted when the pilot fails to act on a warning light indicating a potential fire in the electrical system. As smoke fills the cockpit, Mel takes over and braces everyone for the inevitable crash. In YK, news of the downed plane throws the Arctic Air family into chaos. The search and rescue team, based out of Ontario, is hours away and the temperature is dropping. Bobby orders Cece and Kirby to outfit the DC-3 as a medevac to retrieve survivors. Meanwhile, Krista and Blake fly over the crash site - it's impossible to imagine anyone could've walked away from the wreckage below. But Krista is determined to land. After a frantic ground search that reveals the dead pilot, Krista and Blake are shocked to find Mel, ... Written by Omni Film

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excellent show
14 March 2012 | by See all my reviews

I just absolutely love this show...I missed the season finale as I thought I had taped it to watch later but somehow it did not tape. I sure hope they show a rerun of it again as I would love to see it. I also hope this show is on again next year. The characters make the show come alive and I love Adam Beach in this series. Although he does seem like a know it all at times I think this is what gives the show the character. Having all the different scenes from communities around the north is especially nice to see as so many people are not aware of how cruel/ and yet beautiful the north can be. Some of these communities are so isolated and yet they show us the strenght they have to rely on each other. The sharing and caring is unbelievable for northern communities. Great job with the show guys and hope to see you again next year.

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