Arctic Air (2012–2014)
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Desperate to find out how his father died, Bobby makes a reckless decision, putting Cece's life at risk.

Director:

Mike Rohl

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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Adam Beach ... Bobby Martin
Pascale Hutton ... Krista Ivarson
Kevin McNulty ... Mel Ivarson
Stephen Lobo ... Dev Panwar
Carmen Moore ... Loreen Cassway
John Reardon ... Blake Laviolette
Timothy Webber ... Cece Cooper
Kandyse McClure ... Shontal
Kerry Sandomirsky ... Marie
Anthony MacLean Anthony MacLean ... Pilot Candidate #1
Yee Jee Tso ... Pilot Candidate #2
Steve Belford ... Pilot Candidate #3 - Nate Christiansen
Scott Wallis Scott Wallis ... Pilot Candidate #4 - Fat Maverick
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Storyline

After spotting what could be his father's airplane wreckage, Bobby insists on checking it out, despite Cece's warnings. Sure enough, Bobby's rough touch down damages the landing gear, stranding them with no radio contact and little chance of being spotted. Arctic Air - Season One Press Kit Episode Log lines & Summaries Page 4 of 5 Bobby does confirm that the wreckage he saw from above belongs to his late father's airplane, missing for seventeen years. But before he has time to fully process this, Cece injures his leg. With the temperature dropping and Cece's wound becoming infected, Bobby realizes they can't wait for rescue. To save Cece, Bobby must fix the plane himself. Meanwhile, Krista and Blake sneak off for a long weekend at Mel's lodge, but it isn't exactly the romantic getaway Blake had in mind. And Mel drives hopeful applicants crazy as he attempts to choose a new pilot for Arctic Air. Written by Omni Film

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Genres:

Drama

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Details

Release Date:

14 February 2012 (Canada) See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Omnifilm Entertainment See more »
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Technical Specs

Color:

Color (ACES)
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Trivia

Near the end of the show there is a photo of Silas Martin plane. The plane is actually a Noorduyn Norseman. A/A used the Buffalo Airways hanger for some of there show and it wouldn't be of any surprise if this plane is Buffalo Joe's own CF-SAN Diamond Jubilee "95". See more »

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