180 Degrees and Climb 4 Sobriety receives help from HawkAir
180 Degrees Reality Show and Climb 4 Sobriety gets help from HawkAir Regional Airlines of British Columbia Canada
Robert Cord Beatty, Film Producer and member of the C4S climbing team stated: We are so grateful for the help. Our two members from Prince Rupert Sound were a critical need for us on this training and filming expedition trip. We were struggling with the logistics of how to transport these two people, John and Trish Dyck to Las Vegas to allow us to pick them up for the trip and we were faced with them having to drive 17 hours one way to Vancouver just to make the trip happen. Hawk Air really stepped up for us. It is the people and companies like Hawk Air that will make this Reality Show and Documentary happen. Thank you so much Hawk Air!
About 180 Degrees and Climb4Sobriety:
About HawkAir Canada: Hawkair was founded in 1994 as a remote area cargo service airline. In those days Hawkair flew mining equipment to isolated Goldmine sites in Northern BC.
In 2000, sensing that opportunity existed within the passenger airline industry in British Columbia, the Company transformed itself into a passenger service with the leasing of their first Dash-8 aircraft in August 2000. One month later, the Company was flying scheduled service between Terrace and Vancouver. Over the past five years the company has expanded its route network to six cities and operates a fleet of 37 and 50 seat DeHavilland Dash-8 aircraft.
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