June 22 - direct flight linking Quebec City with Paris until September 7th.
June 25 - Service between La Guardia and Calgary inaugurated with B767 equipment.
November 26 - service between Edmonton Municipal and Calgary launched.
In 1984, under the presidency of Nancy Walchuck, the seventh annual AGM of the Pionairs took place in the form of a three-day get-together at Anaheim, California May 10-12th with a turnout of close to 500 members.
1985 - January 5 - service to Bombay and Singapore from Toronto via London.
1986 - Air Canada was the first airline in the U.K. to put cargo waybills on Microfiche.
Drawn from the "Horizons" magazine issue dated September 1981. Four different emblems for Trans-Canada Air Lines from the past.
From the Teamsters magazine issue dated 1983.
Climbing the stairs to an aircraft in Boston are, from the top: Frank Nuzzo, Susan Guarino and Betty Mandracchia, customer service agents.
Here we have Gaetan Jolicoeur, a flight attendant, standing in the cockpit of an aircraft at Boston.
Photos from the Annual Report for 1986.
Roslyn Nutley, Secretary, London, England.
Mike Roncetti, Customer Sales & Service Agent, Toronto.
Carole Masullo, Purser, Winnipeg.
Cecile Lalanne, Customer Sales & Service Agent, Halifax.
Larry Torto, Cargo Customer Service Agent, New York.
Susan Leong and Bill McGhie, Customer Sales & Service Agents, Vancouver.
Calgary employees won first prize for their participation in the Stampede. The float represented by a B-767 and featured a cockpit, Executive Class seats and a gigantic 50th anniversary birthday cake.
From the left: Bob Fowler, Lead Commissary Agent, Peter Churchill, Food Production Supervisor and Maria Logan, Commissary Attendant, London, England
1st row: Carole Moffette - Montreal; Al Groome - London Ont; Ahmed Tauquir - Frankfurt; Line Delisle - Montreal. 2nd row: Jane MacGregor - Montreal; Jean Rivet - Montreal; Marilyn Martin - Thunder Bay; Al Rach - Charlottetown; Bob Bateman - Saskatoon. 3rd row: Jonathan Chan - Hong Kong; Carol Kleisinger - Regina; Tim Stephens - Halifax; George Smith - Calgary; Nadja Kasperczyk - Geneva. 4th row: Patti Mason - Toronto; Raoul Harvey - Val D'Or; Owen David - London, England; Kimberley Lawton - Montreal; Beat Haldiman - Geneva. 5th row: Ron Willett - Winnipeg; Zelda Melanson - Saint John; Fernando Smith - Toronto; Ken Meek - Montreal; Ralph Dyck - Winnipeg.
The Jazz ramp rats have a 9:45 minute video posted on YouTube