This 1968 Twin Otter first flew with Interior Airways (and a short stint with North Air) out of Fairbanks, Alaska. Returning to Canada in 1971, it's pictured with a small Pacific Western Airlines sticker continuing a commuter agreement left over from previous owner West Coast Airlines. Air BC would later partner with CPAir until bought by Air Canada. The aircraft has been flying Skydivers most recently as N203SF.
Seen awaiting a 33R departure in the basic colours of Avianca, this 747 was first operated by Continental as N26862 from 7.70 until sold back to Boeing, then becoming HK-2000 in 11.76. After leases to SAS and Air Algerie as N747BA, joined Tower in 5.84 and frequently sub-leased; finally b/u in basic Saudia colours 11.01
Canadian Pacific flew to Sydney only once a fortnight (two weeks) at the time the photo was taken. DC-8s had not long replaced Britannias on the route, the switch coming with the opening of the new Mangere Airport at Auckland, New Zealand in November 1965.