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CP Air applies to fly to U.S.

CP Air hopes to get Federal Government approval to fly scheduled services from Toronto to points in the United States. Dan Colussy, the airline's president has said that Air Canada dominates the trans-border business and will have no reason to complain if CP Air adds some routes to Eastern U.S. cities out of Toronto.

"There would be nothing to justify an Air Canada demand for entry into the B.C. to California market either," he said “as there is currently an imbalance". CP Air serves California from B.C. as the sole Canadian carrier.

(Source: Horizons (In the News) October 1983)


Here are some Canadi>n tickets and a boarding pass.

(Source: airticketshistory.com)

tmb cpa ticket 1991 tmb cpa ticket 1998
tmb cpa ticket 1999 tmb cpa boarding pass

Nordair wins contract from Sabena.

Nordair has been awarded a contract by Sabena Belgian Airlines to provide twice-weekly Boeing 737 service from Montreal's Mirabel airport to Detroit effective immediately. The Nordair planes will provide continuation of Sabena's 747 service from Brussels. Sabena decided Nordair could operate the route leg at a much lower cost while still providing a high standard of service.

(Source: AC Horizons October 1983)


Nordair-EL AL agreement.

Nordair and EL AL Airlines have been given a temporary license by the CAB valid until April 30, 1984 to operate a B-737 wet-lease agreement between Montreal and Miami on the final leg of El Al's Israel-Miami service. The service, which had been running for two years, was withdrawn by the CAB in June of this year due to the Israeli government's failure to approve Capitol Air's attempts to serve Israel in conjunction with Arkia, an Israeli Charter carrier. The Israeli government has now stated that the Capitol Air service can commence clearing the way for the return of the El Al-Nordair agreement.

(Source: AC Horizons November 1983)

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