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ROMAERO Islander (D-IOLK)

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Britten-Norman BN2B-20 Islander.
The German airline OLT (OFD) makes several daily flights from the mainland to the dune of Heligoland.

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serge LOTH
This aircraft is really a mule... bit noisy but very useful.. I flew in Afica on the trilander, it was used to say that the rear engine was to permit to the rear passengers to have as much noise that in the front..lol
Mark Shank
Worked on I's and tri's for 14 years built like a tank. great aircraft
marylou anderson
Right on the DUNE!
Ned Griffin
Used to fly out to the villages on Kodiak Island in Island Air's several Islanders. Not even the island's notorious weather seem to keep them grounded.
jesse kyzer
D-IOLK. Britten-Norman BN-2B-26 Islander
hey serge, what rear engine?
Daniel RytzPhoto Uploader
Jesse: Serge talks about an other but similar aircraft. The trilander was the "big brother" of the islander with a third engine
Iain Girling
There was an armed military version version called the Defender. Very useful piece of kit.
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