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C-FDJC Boeing 747-1D1 of Wardair
Toronto Pearson International Airport - 27 June 1982

C-FDJC Boeing 747-1D1 of Wardair at Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) - 27 June 1982 © Caz Caswell 1982

Photographic Copyright Caz Caswell © 1982-2008

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Related Pictures and associated Notes
Wardair Relate Album, Picture and Notes

Canadian Airlines International (CAI) Related Pictures, Notes and External Links

Leading up to its takeover by Pacific Western Airlines (PWA) CP Air See: CP Air Boeing 727-217 and associated
CP Air Notes became Canadian Pacific Airlines See: Canadian Pacific Airlines 737-317 and associated
Canadian Pacific Airlines Notes

Pacific Western Airlines (PWA) Pictures and Notes:
Pacific Western Airlines (PWA) CV-640 and associated Pacific Western Airlines (PWA) Notes
For another, more up to date Picture of a Pacific Western Airlines Aircraft - See:
C-GKPW B737-275A in the Toronto Pearson International Airport Album

Canadian Airlines International (CAI) Related Pictures and Notes:
In 1989 Canadian Airlines International purchased Wardair See: Wardair 747-1D1 and associated Wardair Notes

In 1990 Canadian Airlines formed Canadian Regional Airlines which purchased a number of airlines see:
Ontario Express (OEL) Jetstream and associated Ontario Express (OEL) Notes
Inter-Canadien Boeing 737-219 and Detailed Inter-Canadien Notes
These Airlines and those in which Canadian Regional either held minority stakes, or with whom it had Commercial Agreements operated under the: Canadian Partner Programme.

Air Canada formally took over Canadian Airlines International on the 1st January 2001 - See:
Air Canada Web Site and Air Canada - Wikipedia Entry

Canadian Regional Airlines along with the Air Canada connector carriers Air BC, Air Nova, Air Ontario, consolidated into a new entity Air Canada Jazz : See:
Air Canada Jazz Web Site See Also: Air Canada Jazz - Wikipedia Entry
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