Routine Flight

This documentary short takes you on a tour of Trans-Canada Airlines’ maintenance shops in Winnipeg before taking off for a trial flight on the British-built Vickers Viscount airplane, the first propeller-turbine airliner.

Comments

  • ronsig

    “The aircraft was originally registered as CF-TGI in 1954 for TCA. It was sold several times, including to the Canadian airline "Trans Air". There is still poster from that airline on the door inside of the aircraft.” — ronsig, 20 Jan 2013

  • ronsig

    “This excellent documentary shows the first Vickers Viscount flown in North America and TCA had it. The actual aircraft is now in Pima Air and Space Museum in Tucson, AZ. You can see it there!!” — ronsig, 16 Sep 2012

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Film Credits

director
Gordon Burwash
producer
Gordon Burwash
director
Grant McLean
producer
Grant McLean
photography
Grant McLean
sound
John Locke
editing
David Mayerovitch
Marion Meadows
narrator
Liston McIlhaga

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