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  1. P301) Canadian Pacific Air Lines Flight 301, a Bristol Britannia 314 crashed in Honolulu, Hawaii. 27 of 40 passengers/crew were killed. CF-CPQ after the incident at Sydney Airport in 1971. July 8, 1965: Flight 21 (CP21) Douglas DC-6B crashed near Dog Creek, British Columbia when a bomb blew its tail section away.

    Canadian Pacific Air Lines - Wikipedia

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  3. Canadian Pacific Air Lines - Wikipedia

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    July 22, 1962: ( CP301) Canadian Pacific Air Lines Flight 301, a Bristol Britannia 314 crashed in Honolulu, Hawaii. 27 of 40 passengers/crew were killed. CF-CPQ after the incident at Sydney Airport in 1971. July 8, 1965: Flight 21 (CP21) Douglas DC-6B crashed near Dog Creek, British Columbia when a bomb blew its tail section away.

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  4. Formed By Bush Flying Pioneers: The Story Of Canadian Pacific ...

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    In 1968 Canadian Pacific Air Lines was rebranded as CP Air after the Canadian Pacific Railway Company decided to rebrand its subsidies as CP Hotels, CP Ships, and CP Transport. By the 1970s, the airlines now had Boeing 737-200 and Boeing 727-100, which it used for flights between Vancouver, Los Angeles, and San Francisco in California.

  5. Canadian Pacific Air Lines, Limited was officially formed on May l6, 1942 as a subsidiary of Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. Previously, in 1939 work began for the formation of Canadian Pacific Air Lines with purchase of privately-owned airline operations whose bush pilots had developed northern air routes serving isolated communities not linked by …

  6. Hawaii Aviation | Canadian Pacific Air Lines

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    Canadian Pacific Air Lines It was on July 13, 1949, that a 36-seat Canadair 4 took off from Vancouver for Sydney, Australia, via Honolulu. This was the inauguration of Canadian Pacific Airlines’ international service which now includes 38,000 miles in a route pattern linking 15 countries on five continents.

  7. Canadian Pacific Air Lines - Simple English Wikipedia, the ...

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    Canadian Pacific Air Lines, also known as CP Air, was a Canadian airline. It existed from 1942 to 1987. In the 1940s, several small airlines were combined to form CP Air. Air Canada was owned by the government and CP Air could not fly the same routes that Air Canada flew.

  8. I Was There: When the DC-8 Went Supersonic | Air & Space ...

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    N9604Z was delivered to Canadian Pacific Air Lines, where it served for nearly 19 years. In 1980, it was sold for scrap.

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