In the 1940s & 1950s, the National Film Board of Canada documented Canada’s then new national airline to educate the Canadian public about the new mode of travel. Thousands of feet of Hollywood quality cine film on Trans Canada Air Lines 1940s and 1950s dormant in NFB. It is archives for decades. Until we discovered this never-before-seen eyeball-popping footage, which presented in this narrated historic program.
Trans Canada Air Lines 1940s and 1950s
The quality of the footage is the best archival classic airline footage. We ever saw in this Trans Canada Air Lines 1940s and 1950s film. Also It all shot 16mm employing professional filming techniques and the subject matter appreciated. It truly is amazingly high quality footage of Trans Canada Air Lines 1940s and 1950s film.
You’ll see WWII era Lodestars & Electras filmed across Canada, unbelievable Lancastrian footage filmed air-to-air,lots of Canadair DC-4M2 North Star, Douglas DC-3, Lockheed Connie, Avro Jetliner and Vickers Viscount footage of TCA airliners from the era that is unbelievable in quality and rarity.
CLICK HERE and watch Trans-Canada Air Lines Vickers Viscount Film…
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