Canadian Government Launches First in Fleet of Fishery Surveillance, Conservation Aircraft
The first of a long-range maritime patrol aircraft will become operational as the Canadian government’s latest aerial surveillance tool.
Back in 2019, Fisheries and Oceans Canada announced a five-year, $128 million contract with PAL Aerospace-located in St. John’s to deliver a fleet of four surveillance craft.
With the aircraft, the DFO explained fishery officers will be able to expand their range of operations, providing them with essential tools to combat illegal fishing and enhance Canada's maritime security...
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