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  2. Canadian Pacific Air Lines - Wikipedia

    Canadian Pacific Air Lines was a Canadian airline that operated from 1942 to 1987. It operated under the name CP Air from 1968 to 1986. [1] Headquartered at Vancouver International Airport in Richmond , British Columbia , [2] it served domestic Canadian as well as international routes until it was purchased by Pacific Western Airlines and ...

  3. A no-frills "Sky Bus" non-stop service from 1979 to 1982 served Toronto, Calgary, Edmonton and Vancouver. By the 1980s, the airline was serving Canada and flying internationally to five continents. Cities on the CP Air schedules included Amsterdam, Milan, Rome and Lisbon.

  4. List of Canadian Pacific Air Lines destinations - Wikipedia

    List of Canadian Pacific Air Lines destinations. Canadian Pacific Air Lines, also known as CP Air, served the following destinations prior to merging with Canadian Airlines and ceasing operations in 1987: [1] [2] [3] A CP Air DC-8 pictured at Nadi International Airport in 1971.

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

    Canadian Pacific Air Lines was formed in 1942 after the Canadian Pacific Railway Company purchased ten small bush airlines that included Ginger Coote Airways, Southern Air Transport, Wings, Prairie Airways, Mackenzie Air Services, Arrow Airways, Starratt Airways, Quebec Airways, and Montreal & Dominion Skyways, finishing with the purchase of ...

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

    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.

  7. What Happened To Canadian Pacific Air Lines' Boeing 747-200s?

    Published Jan 8, 2022 Vancouver-headquartered carrier Canadian Pacific Air Lines enjoyed 45 years of 20th-century operations, spanning from 1942 to 1987. In the latter part of this period, beginning in 1968, it operated under the more concise name of CP Air. It was also during this era that it flew four examples of the Boeing 747-200.

  8. Hawaii Aviation | 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.

  9. We're moving our customers' goods further, faster, and more efficiently than ever before. CP is focused on moving grain to market and has been for more than 130 years. Winter preparedness is essential for safe and efficient shipping operations. Our 2020-2021 Winter Contingency Plan Report is now available.

  10. Canadian Pacific Air Lines Logo - 1000 Logos

    Canadian Pacific Air Lines was a major Canadian airline that operated from 1942 to 1987. It played a significant role in connecting various regions of Canada and offering international flights. The airline was known for its fleet of aircraft, which included iconic models like the Douglas DC-3 and Boeing 747. 1968 -1985 1986 – 1987

  11. Canadian Pacific Air Lines Fleet Details and History

    Canadian Pacific Air Lines; IATA CP: ICAO CPC: Callsign EMPRESS: Airline Full Name: Canadian Pacific Airlines Limited: Country: Canada: Airline Founded : 30 Jan 1942: Started Operations: 12 Jan 1986: Ceased operations: 26 Apr 1987 Canadian Airlines (CP / CDN) Base / Main Hub