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AIRBORNE SURVEYING – Two new planes for Sander

OTTAWA - SANDER GEOPHYSICS (SGL) has taken deliver of two new survey aircraft, a Diamond DA-42 Twin Star and a Cess...


OTTAWA – SANDER GEOPHYSICS (SGL) has taken deliver of two new survey aircraft, a Diamond DA-42 Twin Star and a Cessna 208B Grand Caravan. The company’s fleet now numbers 11 airplanes and one helicopter, all of which have been modified to for airborne geophysical surveying.

The Twin Star is an all-new two-engine craft, powered by diesel engines that burn readily available jet fuel. Moreover, the composite materials used to build the aircraft give it a low magnetic signature that is ideal for high-resolution magnetic surveys.

The single-engine Grand Caravan is the seventh such aircraft SGL has bought from Cessna.

Visit www.SGL.com to learn about Sander’s expertise in exploration, research and interpretation.


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