New investments from the Canadian Government in gravel compactors for Manitoba’s airports will lead to stronger runways, but compaction alone won’t be enough to ensure easy landings and takeoffs on these unpaved surfaces.
These cockpit videos gives viewers an opportunity to see what it’s like to do takeoffs and landings on gravel runways in some of the world’s most beautiful, intrepid locations. They also show just how important dust control is to the safety of these pilots.
Excessive rain in a small Manitoba town made the local airport’s gravel runway nearly unusable. Effective dust control can protect unpaved runways like this one from even the harshest conditions.
A Fines Preservation program reduces repair costs and ensures safe flying conditions for cargo planes that rely on remote gravel runways.
A fines preservation program can double the lifespan of your gravel road or runway and virtually eliminate dust, along with all the troublesome and expensive issues that come with it.