From the "CP Air News" magazine issued June 1984.

"Flying billboards" to spread the word for Expo 86...

Within the next few months the B-747 "Empress of Canada" will be joined by DC-10-30 "Empress of British Columbia", DC-10-10 "Empress of Expo" and B-737-200 "Empress of Vancouver", all being painted in Expo livery.

Together the four aircraft will fly CP Air's international, trans-continental and trans-border routes commencing June 1st 1984.

tmb cpa expo crewA team of pilots and flight attendants received Expo 86 pins from Minister of Tourism 86, Claude Richmond, on behalf of their in-flight colleagues who will be CP Air's regular Expo ambassadors across the airline's five continental route system.

In the photo, from the left: Eddie Cheung, PSD; Jack Humphreys, First Officer B-747; Fraser Baker, assistant chief pilot B-737; Bill Durn, chief pilot B-747; Honourable Claude Richmond; and flight attendants Liz Chaston, Frederick Li and Sharon Andruchiw. tmb cpa expo mascot

The EXPO MASCOT is framed in the door of the "Empress of Canada". 

tmb cpa hotels cphCP Hotels and CP Air joined forces at a recent travel trade and tourism in Copenhagen, which attracted 30,000 visitors over a 5-day period. The booth was later moved to Gothenburg, Sweden, to a similar 5-day show which drew 40,000 people.

Our photo from the left:
Flemming Tianmermann, sales manager, Scandinavia, based in Copenhagen; Alma Cox, CP Hotels, London; and Turid Blom, senior sales representative, Copenhagen.

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