By Peter Pigott
***New unlock: March 1, 2014***
Air Canada: The History explores a latest miracle that has made advertisement air shuttle in our nation a daily prevalence. The airline used to be born in 1937 as "Trans Canada Airlines," a ward of the Canadian nationwide Railway. Renamed "Air Canada" in 1964 to mirror its prestige as a jet-age airline, it survived devastating air crashes, monetary deficits, self-serving politicians, moves, privatization, and the Airbus scandal.
It used to be reviled within the nineties through the likes of Peter Newman, who joked, "If God had intended guy to fly, he wouldn't have invented Air Canada." this day it's a a lot enjoyed nationwide icon. lucky every now and then to be run by means of nice CEOs like Gordon McGregor and Claude Taylor, Air Canada has fought off a antagonistic takeover, merged with its arch-rival Canadian airways, and touched numerous lives in the course of its 75-year history.
This is its tale.
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Air Canada: The History by Peter Pigott