AIR CANADA

IATA: AC - 014 ICAO: ACA FOUNDED: 1 JAN 1965 CEASED OPERATIONS: -

HISTORY: AIR CANADA founded on 11 April 1937 as Trans-Canada Air Lines (TCA) provides scheduled and charter air transport for passengers and cargo. By 1964, TCA had grown to become Canada's national airline and, in 1964, Jean Chretien submitted a private member's bill to change the name of the airline from Trans-Canada Airlines to Air Canada, which TCA had long used as its French-language name. This bill failed but it was later resubmitted and passed, with the name change taking effect on 1 January 1965. Is the flag carrier and largest airline of Canada.

 

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16/2/1968 (From Toronto to New York Kennedy)

 

 

8/3/1969 (From Hamburg to London to Montreal)

 

 

11/7/1972 (From Montreal to Ottawa to Montreal)

 

 

5/7/1978 (From Toronto to Vancouver to Toronto)

 

 

14/3/1979 (From Toronto to New York)

 

 

24/4/1979 (From Toronto to Miami to Toronto)

 

 

UNUSED EDITION 9/1979

 

 

29/5/1984 (From Toronto to Cleveland to Toronto)

 

 

1/4/1986 (From Paris CDG to Toronto)

 

 

UNUSED EDITION 3/1989

 

 

UNKNOWN EDITION 01/1990

 

 

9/5/1991

 

 

1/8/1997 (From Zurich to Calgary to Vancouver to Zurich)

 

 

UNUSED EDITION 08/2000

 

 

16/10/2003 (From London to Toronto to Vancouver to Toronto to London)

 

 

 

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