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YIK - Ivujivik - Aire de traffic
Province du Quebec

Airport traffic area in Ivujivik, Nunavik. Air de traffic à l'aéroport d'Ivujivik au Nunavik.

The blue building is the terminal being renovated, the yellow and grey one is the one temporary one that will be moved from village to village while the other terminals will be renovated.

L'édifice en bleu est l'aérogare qui est en train de se faire rénover.  L'édifice en gris et jaune est le terminal temporaire qui sera déplacé de village en village durant la rénovation des autres terminaux.

Copyright: François Ducasse
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Geüpload: 18/12/2011
Geüpdatet: 07/08/2014
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Tags: ivujivik; airport; aéroport; nunavik; quebec; nord; north; northern; yik; air inuit
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