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BOAC in the 1950s

BOAC In The 1950s There were two leading airlines in 1950s, one was Pan American, the other was BOAC which stands for British Overseas Airways Corporation. During the 1950s, the vast majority of the travelling public was still taking to ocean liners for inter-continental travel. It was the job of the airlines to show public that …Read more »

Classic Jetliners 1960s: Boeing 707 / Douglas DC-8 / Convair 880

In the early 1960s, the world’s airlines were transitioning from piston and turboprop aircraft to jet-powered aircraft. The dawn of the golden age of jet travel had arrived and global travel was becoming a mass, worldwide phenomena. Everyone wanted to travel by jet, and the world’s airlines promoted their jet services by every means possible, …Read more »

London City Airport Action

Welcome to London’s newest aerodrome, London City Airport. As any visitor will attest, London City Airport is a busy Euro hub that conveniently connects the London financial centre with major business centres across the continent and throughout the UK. Located at the former Royal Docks facility in East London, London City Airport is just five …Read more »

Flying the Bristol Freighter Part I (1992-1994)

From 1989 until 1999, the wilds of Northwestern British Columbia was the setting for the world’s last working Bristol Freighter operation. In Flying the Bristol Freighter Part I Engineer Paul Hawkins had the good fortune of being able to extensively film Bristol Freighters C-FDFC and C-FTPA on the job with Terrace based Trans-Provincial Airlines. In this …Read more »

Air Canada Industry Challenges 1982

In 1982, the airline industry in Canada faced much turmoil. Some might argue there was more fierce competition than exists today. Air Canada Industry Challenges 1982 – Air Canada faced competition from PWA and CP Air on trunk routes. While regional carriers like Eastern Provincial and Nordair provided competition in regional and charter markets, particularly …Read more »

Canadian Armed Forces Boeing 707 CC-137 Part I (1970-1990)

The Canadian Armed Forces operated a fleet of five Boeing 707 transports (code named CC-137s) from 1970 through 1997. These reliable aircraft provided the Canadian military with a truly global deployment capability, with air-to-air refueling, humanitarian, and troop and cargo transport capabilities. The footage in this Canadian Armed Forces Boeing 707 CC-137 Part I show …Read more »