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tmb enroute jul 2012Here is the cover of the enRoute magazine issued July 2012)

(Source: 
enroute.aircanada.com/en/magazine/past-issues)


Air Canada NAVI magazine series was launched in March 2017.

tmb navi 10 spring 2018Here we have the issue for the spring of 2018 cover page. Below is a photo of the crew. 

Daphne O'Reilly, Yasmine Jghab, Marie-Christine Aucoin, Dino Mezzacappa, Jennifer Murphy, Susana Cantero, Pritesh Gandhi, Amanda Preston, Nicholas Cirino, Michel Kobbi-Moran, Philomena Ferreira, Maria Kolokotronis, Mario Carriere and Cathy Cantwell.

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horizons logoFound in the “Horizons” magazine.
From issue dated August 1984.

Calgary commissary gets new home.

Calgary's new $1.3 million commissary building is more than three times the size of the former facility. It occupies 15,000 square feet compared to 4,600 square feet at the original premises.
According to Paul Ricciardi, Commissary Services Manager, an annual budget in excess of $7.5 million is required to look after the preparation and boarding of meals and cabin supplies.

"It would be easy to look upon airline commissary services as a 'backroom operation', but without them there would be a lot of hungry and thirsty passengers at 31,000 feet," says Paul.
Highlighting the building's recent official opening was a ribbon-cutting ceremony attended by Calgary Mayor Ralph Klein; Bill Rowe, Vice President Western Region and Jack Maloney, General Manager Southern Alberta, followed by an 'open house'' for employees and their families. 

tmb calgary commissary 01In the photo at left we have, from the left: Calgary Commissary Attendants Norm Kneeshaw, Cheryl Schimpf, John Beckett, Gerry Wozny, Dan Tiessen, Riet Ladan and Bill Smith. In front are Lindsay Jarvis, left, and Carey Nauboris.

Present at the opening of Calgary's commissary building in this photo below  are, from the left: Viki Chapman; Mayor Ralph Klein; Emese Torok, Commissary Supervisor; Bill Rowe, Vice President, Western Region; Flight Attendant Louise Mallette-Trepanier; Don Graham, Airport Services Manager (just visible behind Louise); Paul Ricciardi, Commissary Services Manager and John Butler, Sales Representative.

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Issue dated September 1984.

London Gears Up For Expansion.

Air Canada's long awaited expansion into the Far East becomes a reality. January 15, 1985, will mark the inauguration of service from Toronto to Bombay and Singapore, via London, a route extending halfway around the world. A Lockheed L1011-500 aircraft will operate over the 10,461-mile route. A two day Global Expansion Workshop was held.

tmb lhr sin new routeParticipants at the 'Global Expansion Workshop' are, from the left: Peter Baldry, Airport Services Manager, London; Finbarr Quinn, Sales Manager Birmingham; Brian Hall, City Sales Office Manager, London; Tony Dunn, Passenger Sales and Service Manager, London; Monica Kaufman, Global Coordinator, London; Robert Boulert (extreme back), Travicom Sales Coordinator, London; John Buchanan, Acting Cargo Sales and Service Manager, London; Mike Berry, Reservations and Sales Office Manager, London; Felix Cronin, Manager Ireland; Bob Flanagan, Cargo Sales and Service Manager, Scotland; Dave Morrison, Sales Manager, Manchester; Barry Stride, Sales Representative, London; Graham Hopkins, Passenger Sales Manager, London; Geoff Beckett, Sales Representative, London; Robert Atkinson, Sales Representative, London; Andy Burgess, Reservations Supervisor, London; Bob Lynch, Airport Passenger Service Manager London and John Barnes, General Manager, U. K. and Ireland.

Longest route yet.

On January 15, 1985, the Lockheed L1011-500 aircraft fin # 553 C-GAGH carves out its own niche in the airline's history books by leaving Toronto on the first leg of Air Canada's longest route ever.

This inaugural flight to Singapore - via London and Bombay - stretches 10,461 miles and takes passengers over Belgium, Germany, northern Austria, Yugoslavia, Bulgaria, Turkey, Syria, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Oman, over the Arabian Sea and to the subcontinent of India.

Reference : moments.aircanada.com/timeline


Issue dated February 2011. (Used with permission)

First, Mother Nature wreaked havoc on the operation when a snowstorm blanketed London Heathrow Airport (LHR) in mid–December. Then, a British Airport Authority water main broke at LHR on December 22, resulting in extensive water damage to our cargo terminal. Consequently, our Cargo colleagues at LHR were without electricity for a period of two weeks. Kudos to the LHR Cargo team for embracing all of our corporate values.

From left to right: Dan Rajput Warehouseman; Ronan Healy, Warehouseman; Terry Clew, Cargo Customer Sales & Service Agent; Peter Frith (hidden), Customer Service Manager – Cargo; Vasantha Indrakumar, Accounts Coordinator; Cynthia Kudrik, Cargo Customer Sales & Service Agent; Tracy Riley, Cargo Facilities Manager; Keith Dray (hidden), Warehouseman Shift Lead; Satty Toor, Cargo Customer Sales & Service Agent; Andy Olrod, Warehouseman Shift Lead; Paul Brindley (hidden), Customer Service Manager – Cargo; Joe Becket, Manager Cargo Service – United Kingdom & Ireland; Huw Stokes, Cargo Customer Sales & Service Coordinator; Sharan Kular, Secretary and Tony Maunders, Warehouseman.

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The Air Canada float was brought into Terminal One in December along with a baggage cart as part of an initiative by Air Canada and GTAA employees to collect toys for Toy Mountain. Overall it was a huge success as more than 500 toys and $1,500 in cash were collected.

Our photo has, from the left: Station Attendant Mike Trauzzi; Customer Sales and Service Agents Tamara Hanle and Carin Brown; Russ Cruickhank (GTAA); Alexandra Vachliotis (GTAA); Station Attendant Chris Gottschlich; Customer Sales and Service Agent Marie Bouillere-Howard and Lee Petrie (GTAA).

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Extracted from the "Parts & Pieces" magazine Issue dated October 1997.

The Air Canada Material Sales Team celebrated the grand opening of their new surplus sales area on September 3,1997.

To celebrate the occasion, the team invited Robin Wohnsigl, Vice President of Technical Operations, and Bruce MacCoubrey, Director of Purchasing and Component Maintenance, the J.I.D.T. Main Stores Stockkeepers and other personnel of business units from Tech Ops branch. The material sales team wishes to thank all individuals involved in making this vision a success.

ln the photo from left to right are: Inspector, Ed Murch; Sales, Peter FranTago; Vice President Tech Ops, Robin Wohnsigl; Sales, Pat Guilfoyle; Sales, Joyce Quzor; Stockkeeper, Giuseppe Citton, Don Caivano, Director of Purchasing and Component Maintenance, Bruce MacCoubrey; Manager Material Sales, Ken Gibbons and Stockkeeper, Jack Patterson .

Missing from the Photo are Stockkeepers Peter Koshman, Richard Alexandrowich and Manager of Purchasing and Inventory Services James Duncan.

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