Guess The Airline – December 2004 answer

Every month, an airline printed advertisement, minus airline name and logo, is displayed for your guessing pleasure on Guess The Airline. The following is the answer to a previous game.

At long last, people made sense when submitting answers! The clues started accumulating and eventually… people understood! It HAD to be an easy game for Guess The Airline’s 5th anniversary. We remind you this was a magazine ad published in a Canadian sports magazine of the late 1980s. Ready? Scroll down!

Air Canada advertisement titled: 'Score new heights / Une montée vers le succès', from the 1980s, featuring a hockey skate that morphed into a plane fuselage.

How to guess it?

In the description, I mentioned it was a Canadian sports magazine that published this. Plus, the hockey skate COULD be a clue that this a country that plays this… or even would be tempted to call it a national sport. Plus, a bilingual ad? Remember last month? Bilingual ad in Canada! My, yes, of course! Canada has two official languages.

Remember which airlines were featured last months? Try to think this is NOT one of those. Fortunately, people have been attentive for the most part. Now, look at the color scheme and the year. 1980s with a cheatline. Some people said Martinair or TWA … Okay, that makes just a little bit of sense, except they’re not Canadian. What do you have left? Need I say more?


Correct answers: 66% | Wrong answers: 34% | Most submitted wrong answer: Air France (11%) | Other answers submitted: Air Inter, American, British Airways, Canada 3000, Continental, CP Air, Martinair, Southwest, TWA.


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