Inland Air flew three planes to offer tours of the harbour on Seafest Sunday. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

An aerial view of northern B.C.’s port city

Video from inside an Inland Air Charter seaplane on Prince Rupert’s Seafest Sunday

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Inland Air flew three planes to offer tours of the harbour on Seafest Sunday. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

Pamela González captures the moment when three Inland Air seaplanes flew by the waterfront. (Pamela González photo)

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