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Aztec Nomad Inc.’s demonstrator aircraft captured by Rich Hulina near Sioux Lookout, Ontario.

A roomy cabin, great visibility and above-average comfort are standard in the Nomad. (Rich Hulina)

Not your typical bushplane interior! Entry doors on both sides and quickly removable seats ensure easy loading, easy docking and flexibility for operators. (Rich Hulina)

More than 1,800 pounds useful load can be carried with plenty of rear fuselage storage space to accommodate almost anything a party of five and pilot need to transport. (Rich Hulina)

A spacious nose compartment offers additional volume. (Rich Hulina)

Landair’s Nomad at rest near the Yukon-Northwest Territories border during one of the company’s eight-day “Trek & Fly” Yukon tours. (Landair Ltd.)

N14BP is operated by Kenai Fjords Outfitters of Homer, Alaska, supporting a variety of eco-tourism adventure packages, including fly-out fishing, bear viewing, hiking, camping and remote lodge stays. (Kenai Fjords Outfitters)

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