Airlines in Canada in the 1960s Mini Series

The documentary film “Airlines in Canada 1960s” by Henry Tenby charts the colourful airlines operating in Canada through the decade of the 1960s, which streams as a three part mini series on JetFlix TV.

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Airlines in Canada 1960s Coast to Coast Documentary

THIS IS THE FULL 69 MINUTE SHOW: You can also watch in shorter segments (PART 1) (PART 2) (PART 3) This show is the continuation of our airlines in Canada 1940s and 1950s show that was released onto JetFlix TV a few years ago. In this program, we use archival footage from Air Canada archives …Read more »

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Airlines in Canada 1960s Coast to Coast Documentary – Part 1

(click to view Part 2) Welcome to the continuation of our story on the airlines of Canada. We take up from our last show, which examined the Canadian airline industry in the 1940s and 1950s. It could be easily argued that the decade of the 1960s was the most interesting period of Canadian airline history. …Read more »

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Airlines in Canada 1960s Coast to Coast Documentary – Part 2

(click to view PART 1) (click to view PART 3) This show continues where the part 1 left off. We take up our 1960s cross Canada airline industry documentary by examining the high quality of inflight service aboard and Air Canada DC-8 circa 1965. Next is a visit to the then busiest airport in Canada, …Read more »

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Airlines in Canada 1960s Coast to Coast Documentary – Part 3

(click to view Part 2) Continuing from where part 2 ended, we continue our cross Canada examination of the Canadian airline industry in the 1960s. We first look at the Boeing and their inability to win a major order for their narrow body aircraft in Canada as they were trumped by McDonnell Douglas and their …Read more »