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C-GCPW Boeing 737-275 PWA Pacific Western Airlines YVR 16AUG75 America West Airlines, Pacific Airlines, Canadian Airlines, Air Machine, Boeing Aircraft, Aircraft Photos, Commercial Aircraft, Westerns, Aviation

C-GCPW Boeing 737-275 PWA Pacific Western Airlines YVR 16AUG75

Replacing an earlier scanned slide with a better version 02-Dec-15. Taken through glass with some reflections. Delivered to PWA Pacific Western Airlines in Feb-75 as C-GCPW. the aircraft was leased to America West Airlines as N126AW in Jun-83. During the lease Pacific Western bought the ailing CP Air/Canadian Pacific in Feb-87 and merged to become CAI Canadi>n Airlines International. The lease continued until the aircraft was returned to Canadi>n Airlines as C-GCPW in Nov-87. On it's return…

Wardair McDonnell Douglas This design is derived from Braniff's 'Big Orange' Wardair had flown the second 747 for BN (which they did not take) and it had a BN cabin. Max Ward evidently liked it, though by the it was looking a bit retro. Canadian Airlines, Job Interview Preparation, Airplane Seats, Aviation Forum, Air Transat, 96 Hours, Private Flights, Aircraft Interiors, Commercial Aircraft

Aviation Photo #0013752: McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 - Wardair Canada

Interior of a Wardair DC-10-30 (Economy) from seat 11F & 11G (En route to Vancouver from Montreal) - Photo taken at In Flight in Unknown Province, Canada on July 20, 1986.