Two commercials from Canadian Airlines showcasing employees signing a commitment towards their airline.
Signatures on a DC-10
Signatures can mean many things, as indicated on the starting narration of this ad. In this case, it represents that the airline is employee owned, as shown through the signatures of several employees on a McDonnell-Douglas DC-10 aircraft (registration: C-FCRE). Continue reading “Canadian Airlines – Signatures”
Bruny Surin, Canadian athlete, is featured in this commercial showcasing a series of destinations. He runs through a series of images of flying Boeing 747 aircraft, Chinese neons, fireworks, and more. Continue reading “Canadian Airlines – Bruny Surin”
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.
This was a different Guess The Airline, in the sense that it was not an actual airline advertisement, but rather an RBC Royal Bank Visa advertisement, promoting a credit card affiliated to a now defunct frequent flyer program in Canada. It was published on the airline’s inflight magazine issue of July 1999. Ready? Scroll down!