This former CP Air/Canadian Airlines 737 would later fly with Zip Air until their operations were merged back into Air Canada in September 2004. The aircraft was ultimately sold to Chanchangi Airlines in December 2004.
Still carrying the original Nordar delivery registration from June 1982, this 737 followed through mergers with CP Air / Pacific Western Airlines (Canadian Airlines) / Air Canada before purchased off lease by Canadian North in 2002. The airliner was registered to First Air in January 2018 with government approval of the proposed Canadian North / First Air merger coming on June 19, 2019.
Delvered to Pacific Western Airlines September 30, 1980, this 737 was first flown for Canadian North by Canadian Airlines. When Canadian was taken over by Air Canada, this 737 was sold to Arkia Leasing in April 2001 as the Cargo aircraft were worth more than the passenger only aircraft. Canadian North bought the Combi the following December, still in Canadian's final colors. It is still current with Canadian North at the time of uploading.
A simple history for this Air Canada 727 from delivery on April 17, 1979 until sold to Federal Express November 18, 1992 as the the type was withdrawn. Converted to a freighter by March 1993, the aircraft flew with FedEx until stored at Victorville, CA in May 2012.
Holidair owned or leased five DC-8-50 series aircraft during it's short existence. C-FHAB seemed to be the one flown the most. Former Iberia/Aviaco/Spanish Air Force machine, it was owned from January 1989 to July 1993 when the airline shut down. It was broken up in Lasham during 1997.
Although Continental leased several 727-100s from Boeing in 1967 for a new route to the US Pacific Northwest, they were returned a year later as 727-224s were delivered. It wasn't until the late 70s that the airline bought used 727-100s, mostly from United Airlines, to bolster their fleet. This aircraft was delivered to United June 24,1965 as N7037U and sold to Continental in June 1978. Stored by Continental at Mojave, AZ in 1991, it was later scrapped.
This is former N4951W, a 737 delivered to Wien Air Alaska May 14, 1975. After Wien closed down in the summer of 1985, the aircraft went to Air Cal in November and was absorbed into American Airlines in the merger of July 1987. Northwest Territorial bought the 737 in February 1989, but was subsequently bought themselves by First Air in 1997 and merged. Damaged in a bounced hard landing at Yellowknife May 22, 2001, it was deemed uneconomical to repair.
A 1980 build 727 leased by American Airlines as N896AA from new until withdrawn in February 2000. It was then converted to a freighter and delivered to All Canada Express in January 2001 as C-FUAC. The cargo airline was renamed Cargojet in 2002 and this 727 was re-registered C-FCJP. The aircraft was stored at Hamilton, ON April 2009 as Cargojet upgraded it fleet with Boeing 757s and 767s.