CANADIAN PACIFIC AIRLINES

IATA: CP - 018 ICAO: CPC FOUNDED: 1942 CEASED OPERATIONS: 1968

HISTORY: CANADIAN PACIFIC AIRLINES was a Canadian airline that operated from 1942 to 1987. It operated under the name CP Air from 1968 to 1986. Headquartered at Vancouver International Airport in Richmond, British Columbia, it served Canadian and international routes until it was purchased by Pacific Western Airlines and absorbed into Canadian Airlines which branded itself as Canadian Airlines International. In 1968, Canadian Pacific Air Lines was rebranded as CP Air. The Canadian Pacific Railway Company (renamed Canadian Pacific Limited in 1971) had decided to align the airline's name and "Multimark" design to that of its other subsidiaries, including CP Hotels, CP Ships, and CP Transport (CP Rail was spun off from the parent company later).

 

 

19/5/1963 (From Munich to Amsterdam to Vancouver to Seattle to Victoria)

 

 

10/11/1964

 

 

7/9/1965 (From Nandi to Auckland)

 

 

21/3/1967 (From Amsterdam to Vancouver to Amsterdam)

 

 

1/6/1967 (From Toronto to Mexico to Los Angeles to Toronto)

 

 

 

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