In NetLetter #1469 we had an article regarding Canadian Pacific Air Lines' DC-6 aircraft, registration CF-CZV, and made mention of its long history.
Here we have a detailed history for movements for this aircraft.
Pacific Western fleet chart.
Source: Air Canada 75th anniversary book.
Pacific Western Airlines fleet #732, registration CF-PWE.
From contributor GEmptor to the pwareunion.com on September 27, 2021 -
Presidential Airways Boeing 737-275C EI-BJP in the hangar.
Delivered to Pacific Western Airlines as CF-PWE, this aircraft was re-registered by Presidential Airways as N331XV and would serve with NWT Air. The plane was brought to Phoenix to get painted in a partial scheme - no stripes to save on paint costs and NWT Air was only leasing the aircraft. Aircraft currently stored since 2006!
Editors' Note: The aircraft also served WestJet as C-GJWK from March 1996 to March 2000.
Mike Garrett posted this on the CP Air Employees Facebook page on October 14, 2021
Seen here taking off from Boeing Field at Seattle, Washington on a test flight is CP Air's first Boeing 737-200, registration CF-CPB.
This was the first B-737 for CP Air, the first to be delivered in the new CP orange livery and CP Air was the first airline in Canada to use the Boeing 737.
Accepted by CP Air October 22, 1968, CF-CPB was with CP until November 9, 1982.