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Vimy Flight pilot Allan Snowie delivering the disappointed news

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On July 9th, the Vimy Flight was scheduled to arrive at the Great War Flying Museum in Brampton Ontario. The response from the local residents was overwhelming. The Museum saw a tremendous number of visitors anticipating the arrival of the First World War replica aircraft.

The crowd was treated to a flying display by the Great War Flying Museum Fokker Dr.I and the Royal Aircraft Factory SE5a.

Unfortunately, the Vimy Flight was cancelled due to the very strong wind conditions experienced at the airport for most of the day.