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Old Apr 2, 02, 12:56 pm
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I would be curious to find out if there are still CP livery aircraft out there. I know regional still flies the old colours - until they Jazz these up. Not too long ago I saw an A320 with the ProudWings motif.

I guess we'll soon be joined by Ansett in this part of flyertalk!!
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Old Apr 8, 02, 12:59 pm
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There are still a few 737's that have the
old paint scheme but that is it. I don't think there are any other planes out there.

Also in regards to good old cp being gone.
Alot of people never appreciated them when they were here now they have to live with the outcome.
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Old Apr 8, 02, 1:07 pm
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I thought that this thread was inactive.

Easter Monday, I saw an aircraft in the old CP livery. It was in the distance and I could.t make out the type.
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Old Apr 8, 02, 1:12 pm
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You know, I never had good experiences with flying CP. I miss them though 'cause they kept Air Canada in line.

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Old Apr 8, 02, 1:18 pm
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The responses on this board are civilized.
Much better than on the Aeroplan board.
Another strike against AC,they have taken away our civility. http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/biggrin.gif
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Old Apr 11, 02, 12:28 pm
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The livery lives! http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/smile.gif

Check out www.canadiannorth.com

Canadi<n North still flies with the old livery, and doesn't seem to have plans to change. Perhaps they can start service down South?
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Old Apr 12, 02, 1:30 am
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<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">Originally posted by CP7:
The livery lives! http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/smile.gif

Check out www.canadiannorth.com

Canadi&lt;n North still flies with the old livery, and doesn't seem to have plans to change. Perhaps they can start service down South?
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Doesn't AC operate much of Canadian North's services on contract? Good to see the goose tho still.
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Old Apr 12, 02, 2:08 am
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Oh WOW, I didn't realize this forum is reactive again. How nice. I can still merely remember those friendly faces I encountered in the past, especially that Western male FA who could speak Cantonese onboard CP7 few years back (I wonder whether he's still with AC or not). Those were the days. http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/smile.gif
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Old Apr 12, 02, 4:39 pm
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Maybe we should all move back here, its comfy and warm, it sort of feels like home. http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/wink.gif

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Old Apr 12, 02, 10:23 pm
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Agincourt, Canadian had an excellent in-house Chinese language school. A friend of mine was the son of a CP pilot, and was allowed to go through it.
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Old Apr 13, 02, 1:08 am
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<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">Originally posted by SAN man:
Agincourt, Canadian had an excellent in-house Chinese language school. A friend of mine was the son of a CP pilot, and was allowed to go through it.</font>
Hey SAN man, thanks for letting me know, I never knew that! I wonder whether AC's still keeping the "school" or not, anyone? http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/smile.gif
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Old Apr 13, 02, 11:55 am
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AC has kept the school to some extent but
to my knowledge it is not the same. Before
it was taught using a new system where you
would take a class for 5 days and 8 hours a day. That would allow you to complete one level and usually in a language there were 3-4 levels to make you fluent. I think now it has been reduced to some *******ized form. If anyone know differently and I am wrong please correct me.
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Old Apr 20, 02, 1:28 pm
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Does AC offer any other language/culture training?
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Old Apr 20, 02, 8:56 pm
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Back! Back to AC! Don't pollute this with AC posts! http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/smile.gif
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Old Apr 25, 02, 3:28 pm
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