The bush plane categories are based on use of the aircraft, either as directly specified by the source, or as inferred from equipment and location (and, in some cases including FWS, ownership). Bush service means landing and taking off in locations other than improved airports, usually remote from cities. Since any float plane is potentially capable of this, the category requires for float planes some additional evidence of how the plane is used, either a)that it is pictured in a wild or unimproved location or b)that the business or activity of the owner or user necessarily involves such landings. For land-based aircraft presence of skis or tundra tires on a high-wing STOL plane based in a region where bush planes are used is sufficient evidence.
This category has the following 3 subcategories, out of 3 total.
Media in category "Bush planes"
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- Bush plane.jpg 600 × 600; 150 KB
- Bushwheel.jpg 2,256 × 1,496; 1.72 MB
- CF15 Piper PA-18 Super Cub ZK-BOY 040415 01.jpg 2,000 × 1,333; 1.6 MB
- CF15 Piper PA-22 Pacer ZK-BSH 040415 01.jpg 2,000 × 1,333; 1.52 MB
- FQI Fly.jpg 1,024 × 683; 340 KB
- Maule M-7-235C Orion C-FSRA 04.JPG 1,600 × 1,200; 920 KB
- Otter CDL.jpg 688 × 462; 156 KB