CF-TIP Air Canada DC-8-63 at CYYZ
seen taxiing to the gate at Toronto back in April 1976 , this Air Canada DC-8-63 flew passengers until being converted to a full time freighter in 1982 delivered 12-11-1969 to Air Canada 6-1982 converted to -63AF freighter as C-FTIP 11-1983 converted to -73AF freighter 1-23-1990 to UPS as N802UP canx...7-2-2010 cn....46100 note....only photo I could find as a passenger plane before converted to a freighter
1980: Big bucks toward the Boeing 767s
INTRODUCING THE BOEING 767S - Air Canada’s first two Boeing 767s take to the skies in 1982, replacing the Douglas DC-8s. The 767s are 201-passenger, medium-range widebody aircraft. Credit: Air Canada Archives.
First visit of an Air Canada aircraft in Frankfurt wearing their new colour scheme. Upon seeing it in reality I personally think it does look cool. - Photo taken at Frankfurt am Main (Rhein-Main AB) (FRA / EDDF / FRF) in Germany on June 9, 2017.
C-GAGZ Air Canada Cargo "Couriair"
Boeing 727-22C (cn 19195/406) Originally United Airlines N7240U. Other regns include N727PL, N727CK and N792A. Seen at YYZ in June, 1980. Scanned from an original 35mm slide in my collection and not my shot.
C-FTJZ Douglas DC-8-61 Air Canada MAN 06AUG82
Replacing an earlier scanned slide with a better version 20-Jan-16. Delivered to Air Canada in Jul-68 as CF-TJZ, it became C-FTJZ in May-74 when Canada also introduced the C-Gxxx registration series. It was retired and stored at Marana, AZ, USA, in Jan-83. In Jul-85 it was sold to United Aviation Services Inc and leased to Eagle Air, Iceland, as TF-ISA. It was sub-leased to Air Algerie on Haj Pilgrimage flights between late Jul/Sep-85 and again between early Jul/Sep-86. It was returned to…
Aviation Photo #0084579: McDonnell Douglas DC-8-61 - Air Canada
This photo was taken when it was very cloudy - Photo taken at Montreal - Pierre Elliott Trudeau International (Dorval) (YUL / CYUL) in Quebec, Canada in August, 1977.