TRANS-CANADA AIR LINES

IATA: - 014 ICAO: TCA FOUNDED: 11 APR 1937 CEASED OPERATIONS: 1965

HISTORY: TRANS-CANADA AIR LINES (also known as TCA in English, and Air Canada in French) was a Canadian airline that operated as the country's flag carrier. Its corporate headquarters were in Montreal, Quebec. Its first president was Gordon Roy McGregor. In English-language contexts, the airline operated as TCA from 1937 to 1965, when it was renamed Air Canada.

 

SEE BOARDING PASS

 

 

 

1/6/1943 (From Victoria to Bellingham)

 

 

16/7/1946 (From Halifax to Sydney)

 

 

28/5/1949 (From Moncton to Sydney to London to Sydney)

 

 

24/3/1950 (From Edmonton to Calgary)

 

 

16/3/1952 (From Halifax to Montreal to Toronto to Winnipeg)

 

 

UNKNOWN (From Toronto to New York to Toronto)

 

 

29/9/1961 (From Toronto to Vancouver to Seattle to Los Angeles)

 

 

25/7/1963 (From Vancouver to Victoria to Seattle)

 

 

20/5/1964 (From New York to Toronto to Calgary)

 

 

25/8/1964 (From New York to Toronto to Calgary)

 

 

EXCESS BAGGAGE TICKET 3/10/1954

 

 

EXCESS BAGGAGE TICKET 14/8/1964

 

 

 

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