In NetLetter #1402 we had two photos of employees at the Air Canada Ground Support Equipment at Dorval.
Mike Vieira has sent us these photos and information.
Hangar 1 was converted into a GSE shop in the '60s after Air Canada built hangars on the other side of the Montreal Airport which became the Air Canada base.
You can see a part of the TCA sign on the left side of the building near the top (photo was taken around 2005).
|A night-time look at hangars 1 & 2 at Dorval in the 50's as Trans-Canada Air Lines.|
|Here they are removing 1 of the 2 TCA signs that were on the building columns.|
It still sits in our new GSE shop waiting to be cleaned and mounted... somewhere!!
|Here's the location of the other TCA sign that was saved, cleaned and installed at the new SOC center in Brampton Ontario.|
|The end of an era with many good memories. The hangar roof sits on the ground.|
Paul Goodman has sent us this information -
During Austrian Airlines flight #72 on September 27, 2018 sector VIE - YYZ, I took this photo of chef taking orders in Business class. Certainly did not see him taking food orders from those poor souls at the back of the plane...Paul Goodman.