A Look at Air Canada Transportation

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A Look at Air Canada Transportation
History of Air Canada
Air Canada has an eventful history. The company began in the 1930s when the Liberal government of Mackenzie King appointed Clarence Howe to overlook the creation of a national airline. The original Air Canada was called Trans-Canada Air and was legislated into existence in April of 1936 as a subsidiary of CNR – which was owned by the federal government. By 1942, King was making it clear to all concerned that Trans-Canada Air Lines would be Canada’s only international airline and the only carrier allowed to provide transcontinental service in Canada. Over the next 30 years, TCA would add routes to the US, to Europe, to Asia and to the Caribbean; the company always received first...
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