One of world's largest cargo-carrying aircraft will pay a return visit to the Prince George Airport on Tuesday.
A Russian-made Antonov-124 is scheduled to land at 4:30 p.m. to bring back the seven helicopters it picked up from YXS in mid-July for use during Angola's national election, airport spokesperson Lindsay Cotter said.
It's arrival this summer drew a fair-sized crowd and its return is expected to spark a similar response. Cotter is asking the public to park at the ball diamonds off Old Cariboo Highway at the north end of the airport's main runway to help lower congestion.
Any last-minute changes in the arrival time will be posted at www.facebook.com/FlyYXS.