Aviation Memorabilia Newsletter Since 1995

Aviation Memorabilia Newsletter

Since 1995

1989 - June 16 -

  • Service to Copenhagen, extended from the Toronto - Amsterdam route with 767-300R equipment.
  • Nonstop flights between Toronto - Rome, Toronto - Milan, Toronto - Munich and Montreal - Rome.
  • Service between Calgary and Ottawa reintroduced.
  • 767 service introduced between Toronto and Halifax.
  • Service introduced between Calgary and Yellowknife, Inuvik and Norman Wells.

1989 - May 1 -

  • Service between Toronto and Tokyo commenced with DC-10-30ER equipment.

Here we have this
advert for Canadi>n.
and an advert for
Canadian Pacific Airlines.
tmb Canadians are coming tmb cpa south pacific

info canadian emblem

Issue dated March 30, 1989.

PWA Corporation received approval March 23 from the National Transportation Agency for its proposed acquisition of Wardair Inc. on the grounds that the transaction is not against the public interest.

The Agency’s decision is subject to a statutory review period of up to 30 days during which PWA Corporation is prohibited from completing its proposed acquisition.

PWA’s offer to purchase the shares of Wardair Inc. expires on April 14, 1989, but expects to extend its offer to permit expiry of the review period if necessary.

PWA Corporation is still awaiting approval of the acquisition from the Competition Bureau. It is expected by the end of April.

Issue dated April 13, 1989.

Canadian Club formed.

Canadian employees from across Canada met in Calgary, April 1, 1989 to co-ordinate plans for the start-up of three new local social clubs in Toronto and Atlantic Canada.

They will join established clubs in Montreal, Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Yellowknife and Winnipeg as part of the 'system social club' known as the "Canadian Club".