Papa X-Ray is the lighthearted, true story of a trusty old airplane, a family adjusting to life in the far north and a greenhorn pilot learning to fly in the spectacular ruggediness of Canada's Northwest Territories. In 1985, Jim lang, his wife Mary and young son Johnny moved to Nahanni Butte, Northwest Territories. He took a job teaching in a one-room school. The only year-round access to the isolated community was by airplane so he bought one. Then he learned to fly. Over the next three years, Lang led the family on airborne adventures that would last a lifetime. Ride along with the family as they fly their 1966 four-seat, single-engine Cessna everywhere from weekly grocery runs to trips across Canada.