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  2. Canadian Airlines - Simple English Wikipedia, the free...

    Canadian Airlines used to be the second largest airline of Canada. It flew to all five continents. Calgary, Alberta used to be their headquarters and hub. Canadian was also a founding member of Oneworld, but left the alliance in 2000. Air Canada bought the airline in 2000.

  3. What Happened To Canadian Airlines? - Simple Flying

    Unfortunately, Canadian Airlines was hit hard by a slump in the airline industry in 1991. In addition to debt restructuring, the airline was further aided by an injection of cash from the American Airlines Group. Seven years later, the airline was also feeling the effects of an Asian economic downturn in 1998 and saw its air traffic decrease.

  4. Canadian Airlines - Wikicompany

    Canadian Airlines International Ltd. was, from 1987 until 2000, Canada's second largest airline after Air Canada, carrying more than 11.9 million passengers to over 160 destinations in 17 countries on five continents at its height in 1996. The airline was acquired by Air Canada in 2000.

  5. Air Canada | Canadian airline | Britannica

    Air Canada, airline established by the Canadian Parliament in the Trans-Canada Air Lines Act of April 10, 1937. Known for almost 28 years as Trans-Canada Air Lines, it assumed its current name on January 1, 1965. Air Canada’s headquarters are in Montreal. Initially flying a scheduled route between Vancouver, British Columbia, and Seattle, Washington, the airline so expanded its services ...

  6. Air Canada | The Canadian Encyclopedia

    Air Canada. Air Canada was incorporated as Trans-Canada Air Lines by an Act of Parliament on 10 April 1937 to provide a publicly owned air transportation service. Stock was vested in Canadian National Railways (CNR). Scheduled operations commenced on 1 September 1937 when passenger and mail service was inaugurated between Vancouver, BC, and ...

  7. List of Canadian Airlines International destinations

    This article "List of Canadian Airlines International destinations" is from Wikipedia. The list of its authors can be seen in its historical and/or the page Edithistory:List of Canadian Airlines International destinations. Articles copied from Draft Namespace on Wikipedia could be seen on the Draft Namespace of Wikipedia and not main one.

  8. Category:Canadian Airlines International - Wikimedia Commons

    The following 5 files are in this category, out of 5 total. Canadian Airlines logo (historic).svg 250 × 55; 9 KB. CP canadian airlines 1999 international routes.jpg 1,600 × 1,138; 673 KB. CP canadian airlines 1999 north american routes.jpg 1,600 × 1,134; 700 KB. Opdracht Canadian Airlines, Bestanddeelnr 926-2971.jpg 3,665 × 2,426; 1.41 MB.

  9. Category:Airlines of Canada - Simple English Wikipedia, the free...

    Pages in category "Airlines of Canada" ... Canadian Airlines; Canadian Pacific Air Lines; J. Jazz Aviation; P. Porter Airlines; S. Sunwing Airlines; W. WestJet This page was last changed on 18 August 2021, at 13:39. Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution ...

  10. Canadian Airlines | Logopedia | Fandom

    1999–2001. After continued poor performance, Canadian Airlines was acquired by Air Canada in 2000. Their merger process was completed on January 1, 2001, ceasing operations on that day. Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.

  11. File : Canadian Airlines logo (historic).svg - Wikimedia

    Canadian Airlines logo (historic).svg. From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. File. File history. File usage on Commons. File usage on other wikis. Size of this PNG preview of this SVG file: 250 × 55 pixels. Other resolutions: 320 × 70 pixels | 640 × 141 pixels | 1,024 × 225 pixels | 1,280 × 282 pixels | 2,560 × 563 pixels.