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From Air Canada archives: Very little footage exists within the Air Canada film archives from this era, but we were able to find two little gems that provide a snap-shot picture of what air travel was like back in the day when when almost nobody had travelled by air.
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From Air Canada archives: TCA's long-haul services in the early 1950s were flown by Lockheed Super Constellations and Canadair Northstars, while domestic flights were the domain of the trusty Douglas DC-3 and Lockheed Lodestar. They are all featured in this special release DVD.
Presented from Air Canada cine film archives, this DVD features a collection of films from the 1950s highlighting the development and introduction to service of the revolutionary Vickers Viscount.
United Airlines new colours Boeing 737-500 N930UA landing at Vancouver on a summer July night around 8 pm. Filmed with my trust Sony TRV480 Digital 8 cam. Please excuse the crickets in the background but they were ignoring my request for quiet on the set.
This DVD is loaded with fabulous classic propliner footage from the 1950s, and it documents how air travel was so special fifty years ago. United Airlines Boeing B-337 Stratocruisers, Douglas DC-6s, Convair CV-340s and the first generation of smokey Douglas DC-8s are all featured in the classic airline films presented herein.