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  Canadian Pacific Air Route System
Reseau aerien du Canadien Pacifique
AMSTERDAM
THENS
IMA
ANTIAGO
BUENOS AIRES
Pick a spot, any dot on the map. Canadian Pacific Airlines is Canada's gateway to all the world.
On your way, you'll dine on famous Canadian Pacific
specialties. Bask in our thoughtful Empress Service.
And when you get where you're going, we can show
you around. Canadian Pacific tours are value-rated,
offering the best bargains for your money. Ask your
Travel Agent or any Canadian Pacific office.
Che sissez un point sur le globe terrestre. Les Lignes
aeriennes du Canadien Pacifique vous ouvrent le monde.
Dhs votre depart, vous serez sous les soins de notre service Empress: cuisine excellente, attentions d'un personnel stylS. Unefois h destination, nous vous ferons voir
le pays. Les excursions du Canadien Pacifique sont celles
qui offrent le plus pour votre argent. Voyez votre agent
de voyages ou adressez-vous au Canadien Pacifique.
CONTENTS Page
CPA Offices  15
Explanation of abbreviations and symbols 7
General Information  14
International Fares 6
International Services 2-5
North American Services 7, 8, 10, 11
North American Fares  12
TABLE DES MATIERES Page
, Bureaux de CPA 15
Explication des abbreviations et des symboles    7
Renseignements Generaux    14
Services internationaux 2-5
Services nord-americains 7, 8, 10, 11
Tarifs internationaux 6
Tarifs nord-americains 12
OCT. 1968 OCT.
SMTWTFS
12 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 10 11 12
13 14 15 16 17 18 19
20 21 22 23 24 25 26
27 28 29 30 31
NOV. 1968 NOV.
SMTWTFS
1 2
3 4 5 6 7 8 9
10 11 12 13 14 15 16
17 18 19 20 21 22 23
24 25 26 27 28 29 30
DEC. 1968 DEC.
SMTWTFS
12 3 4 5 6 7
8 9 10 11 12 13 14
15 16 17 18 19 20 21
22 23 24 25 26 27 28
29 30 31
JAN. 1969 JAN.
SMTWTFS
12 3 4
5 6 7 8 9 10 11
12 13 14 15 16 17 18
19 20 21 22 23 24 25
26 27 28 29 30 31
FEB. 1969 FEV.
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1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15
16 17 18 19 20 21 22
23 24 25 26 27 28
MAR. 1969 MARS
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9 10 11 12 13 14 15
16 17 18 19 20 21 22
23 24 25 26 27 28 29
30 31_	
APRIL 1969 AVRIL
S   M
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12   3 4 5
6   7   8   9  10 11 12
13 14 15 16 17 18 19
20 21 22 23 24 25 26
27 28 29 30
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PAGE 3 INTERNATIONAL SERVICES
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April 10 and 24, 1969.
O—Flight 322, December 13, leaves Honolulu 2330 and arrives Vancouver 0650.
PAGE 5 SAMPLE INTERNATIONAL FARES
Return fares in $ CAN., except as noted
/
/
i
1057.00
644.00
535.00
331.00
493.00
1057.00
644.00
535.00
331.00
493.00
787.00
444.00
335.00
255.00
295.00
811.00
462.00
353.00
273.00
213.00
849.00
490.00
381.00
301.00
341.00
1117.00
684.00
575.00
366.00
533.00
1117.00
684.00
575.00
382.00 !
533.00
F
Y
Exc    AMSTERDAM
GIT
GA
F
Y
Exc
GIT
GA
|   895.00
524.00
415.00
335.00
375.00
961.00
570.00
461.00
307.00
419.00
1340.70
872.40
772.00
691.00
728.00
1076.10
725.00
621.20
461.50
580.10
1876.50
1202.00
1900.20
1220.90
1045.00
682.10
553.00
472.00
509.00
841.50
841.50
854.70
854.70
[ 1417.00
914.00
738.00
515.00
614.00*
1417.00
914.00
738.00
515.00
614.00*
1147.00
714.00
538.00
439.00
416.00*
1171.00
732.00
556.00
457.00
434.00*
1209.00
760.00
584.00
485.00
462.00*
1477.00
954.00
778.00
550.00
654.00*
1477.00
954.00
778.00
566.00
654.00*
F
Y
Exc        ATHENS
GIT
GA
F
Y
Exc
GIT
GA
1255.00
794.00
618.00
519.00
496.00*
1321.00
840.00
664.00
491.00
540.00*
1674.20
1122.50
960.00
861.00
898.00
1409.60
975.10
809.20
631.50
747.20
2156.70
1406.50
2180.60
1425.30
1371.80
942.40
741.00
642.00
679.00
984.60
1040.20
997.80
1059.00
1495.00
1072.00
819.00
769.00
1509.00
1076.00
823.00
771.00
1743.00
1230.00
997.00
945.00
1733.00
1230.00
989.00
937.00
1713.00
1208.00
975.00
923.00
1419.00
1010.00
757.00
707.00
1419.00
1010.00
757.00
707.00
F
Y
Exc      AUCKLAND
GA
F
Y
Exc
GA
1713.00
1208.00
975.00
929.00
1589.00
1126.00
883.00
831.00
1042.20
743.30
557.00
520.40
1312.20
934.10
700.00
654.00
1482.00
1045.00
784.00
732.90
1226.00
921.00
789.00
732.00
1232.00
921.00
789.00
732.00
977.00
731.00
637.00
566.00
977.00
731.00
637.00
566.00
977.00
731.00
637.00
566.00
1226.00
936.00
815.00
732.00
1226.00
936.00
815.00
732.00
F
Y
Exc BUENOS AIRES
GIT
F
Y
Exc
G T
977.00
731.00
637.00
566.00
1107.00
828.00
721.00
671.00
1281.00
982.00
1047.00
793.00
677.00
599.00
2050.20
1447.30
2140.10
1515.20
832.00
576.00
488.00
1668.00
1017.00
808.00
1668.00
1017.00
808.00
1916.00
1175.00
966.00
1906.00
1175.00
966.00
1886.00
1153.00
944.00
1592.00
955.00
746.00
1592.00
955.00
746.00
F
Y       HONG KONG
GIT
F
Y
GT
1886.00
1153.00
944.00
1762.00
1071.00
862.00
1472.50
883.50
690.00
1695.50
1069.50
876.00
1   395.00
324.00
283.00
427.00
328.00
312.00
632.00
478.00
407.00
622.00
469.00
407.00
602.00
456.00
400.00
337.00
262.00
260.00
337.00
262.00
260.00
F
Y         HONOLULU
Exc
F
Y
Exc
610.00
462.00
400.00
507.00
370.00
364.00
930.60
663.70
497.40
1017.30
726.50
544.70
972.00
688.00
631.00
602.00
972.00
688.00
631.00
602.00
799.00
609.00
529.00
475.00
799.00
609.00
529.00
475.00
777.00
591.00
529.00
475.00
965.00
688.00
631.00
602.00
965.00
688.00
631.00
602.00
F
Y
Exc          LIMA
GIT
F
Y
1 Exc
GIT
748.00
591.00
529.00
475.00
872.00
663.00
599.00
579.00
1018.00
744.00
789.00
571.00
527.00
504.00
1826.10
1234.90
1916.00
1302.70
589.00
338.00
1040.00
631.00
524.00
325.00
487.00
1040.00
631.00
524.00
325.00
487.00
770.00
431.00
324.00
249.00
289.00
794.00
449.00
342.00
267.00
307.00
832.00
477.00
370.00
295.00
335.00
1100.00
671.00
564.00
360.00
527.00
1100.00
671.00
564.00
376.00
527.00
F
Y
Exc         LISBON
GIT
GA
F
Y
Exc
GT
GA
853.00
500.00
39300
317.00
357,00
944.00
557.00
450.00
301.00
413.00
1319.30
861.00
762.00
671.00
708.00
1034.30
689.20
590.20
441.50
557.20
1886.00
1206.90
1909.80
1225.70
1007.00
651.70
522.00
452.00
489.00
844.90
844.90
858.00
859.50
1085.00
677.00
558.00
346.00
508.00
1085.00
677.00
558.00
346.00
508.00
815.00
477.00
358.00
270.00
310.00
839.00
494.00
376.00
288.00
328.00
877.00
522.00
404.00
316.00
356.00
1145.00
717.00
598.00
381.00
548 00
1145.00
717.00
598.00
397.00
548.00
F
Y
Exc        MADRID
GIT
GA
F
Y
Exc
GT
GA
899.00
545.00
426.00
338.00
378.00
989.00
602.00
484.00
322.00
434.00
1361.10
902.80
793.00
691.00
728.00
1076.10
731.00
621.20
461.50
577.20
1909.80
1221.20
1933.70
1240.00
1045.00
682.10
553.00
472.00
509.00
854.90
854.90
868.00
873.80
428.00
322.00
237.00
428.00
322.00
263.00
402.00
303.00
226.00
402.00
303.00
226.00
361.00
275.00
199.00
428.00
322.00
237.00
428.00
322.00
253.00
F
Y       MEXICO CITY
Exc
F
Y
Exc
317.00
255.00
199.00
399.00
322.00
289.00
1323.20
933.10
700.00
1416.50
1000.90
750.00
1281.00
916.00
702.00
660.00
1295.00
920.00
706.00
662.00
1529.00
1074.00
880.00
836.00
1519.00
1074.00
872.00
828.00
1499.00
1052.00
858.00
814.00
1205.00
854.00
640.00
598.00
1205.00
854.00
640.00
598.00
F
Y
Exc         NANDI
GA
F
Y
Exc
GA
1499.00
1052.00
858.00
820.00
1375.00
970.00
766.00
722.00
844.20
597.60
448.00
418.40
1114.20
790.10
592.00
553.10
204.50
147.50
110.70
324.90
232.00
174.00
1282.50
902.50
677.00
631.80
1204.00
756.00
619.00
418.00
580.00
1204.00
756.00
619.00
418.00
580.00
934.00
556.00
419.00
342.00
382.00
958.00
574.00
437.00
360.00
400.00
996.00
602.00
465.00
388.00
428.00
1264.00
796.00
659.00
453.00
620.00
1264.00
796.00
659.00
469.00
620.00
F
Y
Exc          ROME
GIT
GA
F
Y
Exc
GT
GA
1042.00
636.00
499.00
422.00
462.00
1108.00
682.00
545.00
394.00
506.00
1477.00
976.00
850 00
771.00
808.00
1212.40
828.60
699.20
541.50
657.20
1976.50
1264.00
2000.20
1282.80
1149.50
796.10
631.00
552.00
589.00
884.80
897.70
898.00
916.60
806.00
498.00
401.00
249.00
399.00
806.00
498.00
401.00
249.00
399.00
536.00
298.00
201.00
173.00
201.00
560.00
316.00
219.00
191.00
219.00
598.00
344.00
247.00
219.00
247.00
866.00
538.00
441.00
284.00
439.00
866.00
538.00
441.00
300.00
439.00
F
Y
Exc   SANTA MARIA
GIT
GA
F
Yl
Exc
gt!
GA
644.00
378.00
281.00
253.00
281.00
710.00
424.00
327.00
225.00
325.00
1108.90
737.50
648.00
615.00
648.00
844.30
590.10
497.20
385.50
497.20
836.00
558.60
429.00
396.00
433.00
1199.00
845.00
721.00
710.00
1199.00
845.00
721.00
710.00
963.00
689.00
609.00
556.00
963.00
689.00
609.00
556.00
963.00
671.00
595.00
556.00
1213.00
851.00
765.00
710.00
1213.00
851.00
765.00
710.00
F
Y
Exc      SANTIAGO
GIT
F
Y
Exc
GT
963.00
671.00
585.00
556.00
1093.00
771.00
657.00
661.00
1262.00
899.00
1024.00
726.00
639.00
579.00
2044.00
1391.10
2133.90
1459.00
813.00
513.00
450.00
1603.00
1152.00
879.00
825.00
1618.00
1156.00
883.00
826.00
1851.00
1310.00
1057.00
1000.00
1842.00
1310.00
1049.00
992.00
1822.00
1288.00
1035.00
978.00
1527.00
1090.00
817.00
762.00
1527.00
1090.00
817.00
762.00
F
Y
Exc        SYDNEY
GA
F
Y
Exc
GA
1821.00
1288.00
1035*0.0
98f00
1698.00
1206.00
943.00
886.00
1139.30
813.60
610.00
569.60
1412.90
1008.00
756.00
705.60
1586.50
1121.00
840.00
784.70
1391.00
802.00
635.00
1391.00
802.00
635.00
1639.00
959.00
793.00
1629.00
959.00
793.00
1609.00
938.00
771.00
1315.00
739.00
573.00
1315.00
739.00
573.00
F
Y            TOKYO
Igjt
F
Y
GIT
1603.00
938.00
771.00
1485.00
855.00
689.00
1216.00
684.00
530.00
1439.00
870.00
716.00 |
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SERVICES NORD-AMERICAINS
TRANSCONTINENTAL - CALIFORNIA
Time
Zone
FREQUENCY
>
DAILY
DAILY
Mo We
FrSu
TuTh
Sa
Mo
Tu
We
We
Th
Fr
Su
Su
Su
Airport
Codes
FLIGHT NUMBER
>
J432
1
3
3
105
583
381
581
381
583
211
421
583
EST
CST
MST
MONTREAL
■TORONTO/
HAMILTON
WINDSOR
WINNIPEG
EDMONTON
D
A
D
D
A
D
A
B0800
0905
R0935
1055
L 1125
R 1730
1835
D 1905
2025
R2055
1
R 1730
1835
D1905
2025
R2055
2145
R2055
2200
R1900
2005
R 1900
2005
R0900
1005
R 1800
1905
YUL
YYZ
YQG
YWG
YEG
1830
1915
Effect.
Dec. 17
Effect.
Dec. 22
Effect.
Dec. 15
f
MST
PST
EDMONTON
CALGARY
VANCOUVER
SAN FRANCISCG
D
A
D
A
D
A
B0800
1000
>
1
2145
2215
2230
2205
2230
1420
1500
1530
1545
1420
1500
1530
1545
YEG
YYC
YVR
SFO
L 1315
1330
1210
CALIFORNIA -
TRAr
JSCC
NTII>
JENT
AL
Time
Zone
FREQUENCY
>
DAILY
DAILY
Mo We
FrSu
TuTh
Sa
Mo
Tu
We
Th
Th
Fr
Fr
Sa
Su
Su
Airport
Codes
FLIGHT NUMBER
>
U31
2
4
4
106
382
584
382
382
584
422
584
212
584
PST
MST
SAN FRANCISCO
VANCOUVER
CALGARY
EDMONTON
D
A
D
A
D
A
L 1050
1250
SFO
YVR
YYC
YEG
L 1330
B0830
1040
R 1110
1
B0830
\
1050
1500
1710
1730
1810
L 1200
1410
1430
1510
1430
1640
1700
1740
R 1430
1640
1
MST
CST
EST
EDMONTON
WINNIPEG
WINDSOR
■TORONTO/
HAMILTON
MONTREAL
D
A
D
D
A
D
A
>
1
1350
L 1420
V
1720
R 1745
1845
R 1110
1350
L 1420
V
1720
R 1745
1845
YEG
YWG
YQG
YYZ
YUL
1755
D1820
V
2120
2145
2245
Effect.
Dec. 18
Effect.
Dec. 19
Ends
Dec. 13
Effect.
Dec. 22
1420
1
1540
B0700
0800
1435
1535
1435
1535
B0605
0705
1435
1535
SPACE
MASTER OR DC-8 JET F
RST AN
D EC
ONC
MY CLA
SS
x-
-Effective Decemher 15, 1968, B-737 Jet aircraft operate Flights 431
and 432.
EXPLANATION OF ABBREVIATIONS AND SYMBOLS
SPACEMASTER—Douglas Super DC-8/63 Jet.                                F—First Class.
D8—Douglas DC-8 Jet.                                                                   Y—Economy Class
D6—Douglas DC-6.                                                                        B— Breakfast.
D3—Douglas DC-3.                                                                        L—Lunch.
737—Boeing 737 Jet.                                                                      D—Dinner.
R—Refreshments.
■—Toronto International Airport also serves Hamilton/Burlington/Oakville.
T—Limousine Service between: Cranbrook and Kimberley.
Fort St. John and Dawson Creek.
Castlegar and Nelson/Trail.
Penticton, Kelowna and Vernon.
4—Ferry Service between Prince Rupert and Airport.
§—Airline Bus between Terrace and Kitimat.
EXPLICATION DES ABBREVIATIONS ET DES SYMBOLES
SPACEMASTER—Douglas Super DC-8/63 Jet.                          F—Premiere classe.
D8—Douglas DC-8 Jet.                                                            Y—Classe §conomique.
D6—Douglas DC-6.                                                                  B—Petit dejeuner.
D3—Douglas DC-3.              -                                                   L—D§jeuner.
737—Boeing 737 Jet.                                                               D—Dfner.
R—Rafraichissements.
■—L'aeroport international de Toronto dessert egalement Hamilton/Burlington/Oakville.
w—Service de limousine entre: Cranbrook et Kimberley.
Fort St. John et Dawson Creek.
Castlegar et Nelson/Trail.
Penticton, Kelowna et Vernon.
4—Service de bac entre Prince Rupert et I'aeroport.
§—Service d'autobus entre Terrace et Kitimat.
FOR DETAILS AND APPLICABLE DATES
OF TRAVEL CONTACT YOUR TRAVEL AGENT
OR ANY CANADIAN PACIFIC OFFICE
Exc—-Individual Economy Excursion Fares:
Trans-Atlantic 21 day (minimum 14 days).
South American 30 day (minimum 14 days).
Mexico 21 day (minimum 8 days for Eastern Canada).
South Pacific 28 day (minimum 14 days).          Hawaii 30 day.
GA—Group Affinity Fares:
Trans-Atlantic for groups of 15 Westbound and 25 Eastbound. (Also similar
reductions for groups of 50 and 70.)
South Pacific for groups of 15 or more.
GIT—Group Inclusive Tour Basing Fares for groups of 15 or more:
Trans-Atlantic - 21 day limit (minimum 14 days).
North Pacific - 28 day limit (minimum 14 days).
South American - 21 day limit (minimum 14 days).
(Also enquire about fares for Individual Inclusive Tours.)
POUR OBTENIR DES RENSEIGNEMENTS PLUS DETAILLES
ET LES DATES DE MISE EN APPLICATION DE
CES TARIFS, VEUILLEZ COMMUNIQUER AVEC VOTRE AGENT
DE VOYAGES OU TOUT BUREAU DU CANADIEN PACIFIQUE
Exc.—Tarifs individuels d'excursions - classe Economique.
Transatlantique - 21 jours (minimum 14 jours).
Am§rique du Sud - 30 jours (minimum 14 jours).
Mexico - 21 jours (minimum de 8 jours pour Test du Canada).
Pacifique-Sud - 28 jours (minimum 14 jours).       Hawaii - 30 jours.
GA—Tarifs de groupes affiles:
Voyages transatlantiques pour groupes de vers I'ouest et de 25 vers I'est.
Reductions semblables pour groupes de 50 et 70.
Voyages vers le Pacifique-Sud pour groupes de 15 ou plus.
GIT—Tarifs de base pour excursions tous-frais-compris en groupes pour groupes
de 15 ou plus:
Voyages transatlantiques - p§riode-limite de 21 jours (minimum 14 jours).
Pacifique-Nord - pe>iode-limite de 28 jours (minimum 14 jours).
Amerique du Sud - periode-limite de 21 jours (minimum 14 jours).
(Renseignez-vous aussi les tarifs individuels d'excursions tous-frais-compris.)
PAGE 7 NORTH AMERICAN SERVICES
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BRITISH COLUMBIA/ALBERTA/YUKON
OCTOBER 27
- NOVEMBER 14,
1968
Time
Zone
FREQUENCY               >
FLIGHT NUMBER       >►
CLASS                        >
EQUIPMENT               ^
Mo We
Only
17
Y
D6B
DAILY
5
Y
D6B
DAILY
ExSu
27
Y
D3
Mo We
Fr
21
Y
D6B
TuTh
Sa
21
Y
D6B
Su
Only
21
Y
D6B
DAILY
34
Y
D6B
DAILY
37
Y
D6B
DAILY
7
Y
D6B
DAILY
15
Y
D6B
DAILY
ExSu
19
Y
D3
DAILY
12
Y
D6B
DAILY
11
Y
D6B
ThFr
Only
23
Y
D6B
Airport
Codes
PST
VANCOUVER          D
KAMLOOPS            A
D
Williams Lake              A
D
Quesnel                      A
D
PRINCE GEORGE A
D
Smithers                     A
§Terrace/Kitimat          A
D
Sandspit                    A
D
4PRINCE RUPERT A
D
0600
T
0755
06
>
30
1
£fx
0855
1025
06
>
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09
45
f
40
00
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06
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06
08
09
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1
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00
0850
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1645—
1700
I
1815
1835
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1730
1830
1845
1920
1930
2005
1945
1840
1940
1955
1
2110
YVR
YKA
YWL
YQZ
YXS
YYD
YXT
YZP
YPR
1620
0840
0900
0940
1305
1375
PST
MST
'KELOWNA/Vernon A
D
TPENTICTON           A
D
'Castlegar/                   A
Nelson/Trail                D
'Cranbrook/Kimberley A
D
CALGARY/Banff      A
2050
YLW
YYF
YCG
YXC
YYC
>-2105
2130
0950
1010
1050
1110
1250
1310
1355
DAILY
16
Y
D6B
MST
YDT
EDMONTON           D
Grande Prairie             A
D
'FORT ST. JOHN/ A
Dawson Creek             D
Fort Nelson                 A
D
Watson Lake               A
D
♦WHITEHORSE       A
0915
1030
1045
1125
>
1
>r
T
YEG
YQU
YXJ
YYE
YQH
YXY   1
1100
>1200
1305
1320
1335
1350
1100
1200
1305
1320
1
1100
1200
I
2035
15
00
14
30
1350
1435
♦—Flight 25, Mo/We/Fr, leaves Whitehorse 0800, arrives Mayo 0930, leaves Mayo 0940 and arrives Dawson City 0925.
YUKON/ALBERTA/BRITISH COLUMBIA October 27-November 14,1968
Time
Zone
FREQUENCY               ^
FLIGHT NUMBER       >
CLASS                       >
EQUIPMENT               >
Mo We
Only
18
Y
D6B
DAILY
6
Y
D6B
DAILY
ExSu
28
Y
D3
DAILY
16
Y
D6B
DAILY
ExSu
20
Y
D3
DA
3
\
Dt
LY    Mo Tu
Only
3         38
r         y
B         D6B
Ex
MoTu
38
Y
D6B
DAILY
15
Y
D6B
Mo We
Fr
22
Y
D6B
TuTh
Sa
22
Y
D6B
Su
Only
22
Y
D6B
DAILY
22
Y
D6B
DAILY
11
Y
D6B
Airport
Codes
YDT
MST
♦WHITEHORSE        D
Watson Lake               A
D
Fort Nelson                 A
D
'FORT ST. JOHN/A
Dawson Creek             D
Grande Prairie             A
D
EDMONTON           A
....     1545
1545
1635
1
1935
1950
2050
—'<-
1600
1705
1725
1935
1950
2050
1715
I
2050
+ y	
1   YXY
YQH
YYE
YXJ
YQU
YEG
1
>
1205
2iio^
2150
2205
2315
*>2120
MST
PST
CALGARY/Banff      D
'Cranbrook/Kimberley A
D
^Castlegar/                   A
Nelson/Trail                D
TKELOWNA/Vernon A
D
TPENTICTON           A
D
14
15
15
15
15
16
16
30
20
40
20
40
20
40
>
t
1
YYC
YXC
YCG
YLW
YYF
MoTu
Only
8
Y
D6B
Ex
MoTu
8
Y
D6B
2105
2130
2150
>
PST
Smithers                     D
§Terrace/Kitimat          A
D
4PRINCE RUPERT A
D
Sandspit                     A
D
PRINCE GEORGE A
D
Quesnel                      A
D
Williams Lake             A
D
KAMLOOPS            A
D
VANCOUVER          A
1040
>
1?
f
"i040"
1115
1125
1200
1215
1315
17
>
i
YYD
YXT
YPR
YZP
YXS
YQZ
YWL
YKA
YVR   |
>
1
1815
1835
1650
1735
1800
1650
ThFr
Only
24
Y
D6B
1
1           >
1
1745
1805
>
1
1010
1045
1100
>
i
>
1
>
1
1200
v.	
2120
2140
0815
^1225
1
1340
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1
10
00
13
00
14
55
45    I    20
40
20
15
20
10
18
55
23
15
23
25
22
50
-
♦—Flight 26, Mo/We/Fr, leaves Dawson City 1100, arrives Mayo 1245, leaves Mayo 1255, and arrives Whitehorse 1430.
PAGE 8 SET YOUR SIGHTS ON CPA'S
SUN COUNTRIES... HAWAII,
MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA
Make this your year to experience the excitement of CPA's fun countries. How about
Hawaii? The land of variety, offering so
much for the traveller's pleasure. Golden
beaches, heavenly weather, luaus, night-
clubbing, friendly people and the warm cascading Pacific. The list is endless, but not
priceless!
Experience Mexico, the land of fiestas,
colourful bullfights, shopping bargains galore, and this year, the host country to the
1968 Summer Olympics. Mexico, where
luxury costs less!
And, San Francisco, gateway to the West's
most exciting cities. Start with Chinatown,
Fisherman's Wharf and the Golden Gate.
Then if you wish, travel to Reno, Las Vegas,
Palm Springs and the other fun spots just
a short excursion away.
CPA's Sun countries ... Hawaii, Mexico and
California. Let CPA show you how inexpensive and fun filled they can be. Call your
travel agent or CPA.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
AIRLINES
CHOISISSEZ LES DESTINATIONS
ENSOLEILLEES DE CPA: HAWAII,
LE MEXIQUE ET LA CALIFORNIE
Cette annee, dirigez-vous vers un coin plein
de charme et de chaleur. .. une destination
de CPA. Comme Hawaii, par exemple. Cet
archipel magnifique du Pacifique possede
de longues plages et un climat paradisia-
que. Hawaii offre des divertissements pour
tous les gouts: surfing, luaus, boites de
nuit. La liste est interminable et les prix
abordables. Et ce qui compte par-dessus
tout, c'est I'amabilite des Hawaiiens.
Le Mexique vous plairait aussi. Pays des
matadors, des fiestas et des sombreros.
Theatre, cette annee, des jeux olympiques
d'ete. Au Mexique, de plus, le luxe coute
moins cher!
II y a aussi San Francisco, ce carrefour d'ou
rayonnent les routes qui menent aux villes
les plus dynamiques de I'ouest. Le quartier
chinois, le quai des pecheurs et le pont
Golden Gate vous emerveilleront. De cet
endroit, vous pouvez vous rendre a Reno,
Las Vegas, Pal Springs ou dans d'autres
lieux de gaiete qui ne sont qu'a quelques
milles.
Les destinations ensoleillees de CPA . . .
Hawaii, le Mexique et la Californie . . . sont
a votre portee a des prix moderes. Appelez
votre agent de voyages ou CPA.
LES LIGNES AERIENNES
CANADIEN
RACIFIQUE
1
■■'il
w -^ NORTH AMERICAN SERVICES
■&T
BRITISH COLUMBIA/ALBERTA/YUKON  November is
i- DECEMBER 20, 1968
Time
Zone
FREQUENCY              ^
FLIGHT NUMBER       >►
CLASS                        >
EQUIPMENT               >
DAILY
17
Y
D6B
DAILY
ExSu
27
Y
D3
DAILY
Ex We
37
Y
737
DAILY
34
Y
D6B
DAILY
5
Y
D6B
DAILY
15
Y
D6B
DAILY
ExSu
19
Y
D3
DAILY
7
Y
D6B
Mo We
Fr
21
Y
737
TuTh
Sa
21
Y
737
Su
Only
21
Y
737
DAILY
16
Y
D6B
DAILY
12
Y
D6B
DAILY
11
Y
D6B
Airport
Codes
PST
VANCOUVER          D
KAMLOOPS            A
D
Williams Lake             A
D
Quesnel                     A
D
PRINCE GEORGE A
D
Smithers                     A
§Terrace/Kitimat          A
D
Sandspit                     A
D
4PRINCE RUPERT A
D
0800
7
0955
>i030"
1200
0820
\y
08
>
50
1020
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1115
1215—
1230
i
1345
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1400
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1435
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18
19
19
20
f
26
45
/
1820
T
1926
1945
T
18
>
19
19
>
20
f
26
45
1945
YVR
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YWL
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YYD
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—
1620
1230
1250
1330
0947
1005
	
	
PST
MST
TKELOWNA/Vernon  A
D
TPENTICTON           A
D
TCastlegar/                   A
Nelson/Trail                D
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D
CALGARY/Banff      A
1
2050
^2i05"
2130
YLW
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YXC
YYC
0950
1010
1050
1110
1250
1310
1355
MST
YDT
EDMONTON           D
Grande Prairie             A
D
TFORT ST. JOHN/ A
Dawson Creek             D
Fort Nelson                 A
D
Watson Lake               A
D
WHITEHORSE        A
>
1
Y
>
1
1900
2015
2030
2110
 J
YEG
YQU
YXJ
YYE
YQH
YXY
1600
2124
2200
2243
2300
2249
2305
2124
2200
2243
2300
1
2124
2200<
Y
11
11
2352
2314
2234
YUKON/ALBERTA/BRITISH COLUMBIA November is -December 20,1968
Time
Zone
FREQUENCY               ^
FLIGHT NUMBER       >
CLASS                        >
EQUIPMENT               >
DAILY
Ex We
38
Y
737
DAILY
ExSu
20
Y
D3
DAILY
18
Y
D6B
DAILY
ExSu
28
Y
D3
Mo We
Fr
22
Y
737
TuTh
Sa
22
Y
737
Su
Only
22
Y
737
DAILY
15
Y
D6B
DAILY
6
Y
D6B
DAILY
33
Y
D6B
DAILY
8
Y
D6B
DAILY
11
Y
D6B
DAILY
16
Y
D6B
Airport
Codes
YDT
MST
*WHITEHORSE        D
Watson Lake                A
D
Fort Nelson                 A
D
*FORT ST. JOHN/ A
Dawson Creek             D
Grande Prairie             A
D
EDMONTON           A
08
00
1250
\
1501
1515
1557
1630
1215
1300
1315
1502
1515
1557
1630
1330
1
1558—
1630
YXY
YQH
YYE
YXJ
YQU
YEG
n,
1615
1655
1710
1820
2130
—
f
>
1
>
	
MST
PST
CALGARY/Banff      D
TCranbrook/Kimberley A
D
TCastlegar/                   A
Nelson/Trail                D
TKELOWNA/Vernon  A
D
TPENTICTON           A
D
1430
1520
1540
1520
1540
1620
1640
>
YYC
YXC
YCG
YLW
YYF
2105
2130
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<
PST
Smithers                     D
§Terrace/Kitimat          A
D
APRINCE RUPERT A
D
Sandspit                     A
D
PRINCE GEORGE A
D
Quesnel                      A
D
Williams Lake              A
D
KAMLOOPS            A
D
VANCOUVER          A
>
1
1400
>
1
>
1
>
1
YYD
YXT
YPR
YZP
YXS
YQZ
YWL
YKA
YVR    |
>
1
ifisn
0913
0930
>
i
1400
1435
1450
>
1
1520
1613
>1630
1613
1630
1613
1630
>
1
2130
2150
0840
0910
0920
0950
1005
1105
v	
1015
I
1130
>1145
1245
>
'
>
1
>
1
>
i
10
52
17
37
17
37
17
37
16
50
17
45
18
55
22
50
23
35
*—Connections at Whitehorse to and from Mayo and Dawson City.
PAGE 10; &             SERVICES NORD-AMERICAINS
BRITISH COLUMBIA/ALBERTA/YUKON  December a. 1968-march 3i, 1969
Time
Zone
FREQUENCY               >
FLIGHT NUMBER       >
CLASS                       >
EQUIPMENT              ^
DAILY
37
Y
737
DAILY
17
Y
737
DAILY
ExSu
27
Y
D3
DAILY
34
Y
D6B
DAILY
5
Y
737
DAILY
15
Y
737
DAILY
ExSu
19
Y
D3
DAILY
7
Y
737
DAILY
7
Y
D6B
Mo We
Fr
21
Y
737
TuTh
Sa
21
Y
737
Su
Only
21
Y
737
DAILY
12
Y
D6B
DAILY
11
Y
D6B
Airport
Codes
PST
VANCOUVER          D
KAMLOOPS            A
D
Williams Lake             A
D
Quesnel                     A
D
PRINCE GEORGE A
D
Smithers                     A
§Terrace/Kitimat          A
D
Sandspit                    A
D
tPRINCE RUPERT A
D
0820
0840
1030
1200
0850
1200
1300
1340—
1400
I
1449
1505
1415
1515
1530
1555
1605
1635
1345
1400
Ends
Jan.14
i
1620
1820
1820
1820
1945
YVR
YKA
YWL
YQZ
YXS
YYD
YXT
YZP
YPR
>
1
V
1
V
>
19
19
1
26
45
f
24
>k
V
—Y—
2050—
Effect.
Jan. 15
i
1507
0947—
1926
1945
1926
1945
>f.
>
>,
j
1319
1340
1411
J
0947
1005
f\
PST
MST
TKELOWNA/Vernon A
D
TPENTICTON           A
D
TCastlegar/                   A
Nelson/Trail                D
TCranbrook/Kimberley A
D
CALGARY/Banff      A
>
y
YLW
YYF
YCG
YXC
YYC
2105
2130
0950
1010
1050
1110
1250
1310
1355
DAILY
16
Y
737
MST
YDT
EDMONTON            D
Grande Prairie             A
D
TFORT ST. JOHN/A
Dawson Creek             D
Fort Nelson                 A
D
Watson Lake               A
D
*WHITEHORSE       A
>
1
V
>
?1
1
1955
2045
2100
2134
YEG
YQU
YXJ
YYE
YQH
YXY
1642
2124
2200
2243
2300
1
2314
2124
2200<
\
2234
2200
2243
2300
2249
2305
2352
1122
YUKON/ALBERTA/BRITISH COLUMBIA Decembers 1968-march 3i, 1969
Time
Zone
FREQUENCY              ^
FLIGHT NUMBER       ^
CLASS                        >
EQUIPMENT               >
DAILY
38
Y
737
DAILY
ExSu
20
Y
D3
DAILY
18
Y
737
DAILY
ExSu
28
Y
D3
Mo We
Fr
22
Y
737
TuTh
Sa
22
Y
737
Su
Only
22
Y
737
DAILY
15
Y
737
DAILY
33
Y
D6B
DAILY
6
Y
737
DAILY
8
Y
737
DAILY
8
Y
D6B
DAILY
11
Y
D6B
DAILY
16
Y
737
Airport
Codes
YDT
MST
*WHITEHORSE        D
Watson Lake                A
D
Fort Nelson                 A
D
TFORT ST. JOHN/A
Dawson Creek              D
Grande Prairie             A
D
EDMONTON           A
0800
1250
\
1501
1515
1557
1630
1215
1300
1315
1502
1515
1557
1630
1330
I
1558—
1630
YXY
YQH
YYE
YXJ
YQU
YEG
1705
1738
1755
1842
2215
1
>
f
>
MST
PST
CALGARY/Banff      D
"Cranbrook/Kimberley A
D
TCastlegar/                   A
Nelson/Trail                D
TKELOWNA/Vernon  A
D
'PENTICTON           A
D
1430
1520
1540
1520
1540
1620
1640
>
YYC
YKC
YCG
YLW
YYF
2105
2130
2150
i
PST
Smithers                      D
§Terrace/Kitimat          A
D
4PRINCE RUPERT A
D
Sandspit                     A
D
PRINCE GEORGE A
D
Quesnel                      A
D
Williams Lake              A
D
KAMLOOPS            A
D
VANCOUVER          A
>
1
1400
>
1
>
1
>
t
YYD
YXT
YPR
YZP
YXS
YQZ
YWL
YKA
YVR
1                 •     ^
>
f
1530
1650
0913
0930
1440
1512
1525
>
f
1520
1613
^1630
1613
1630
1613
1630
>
t
2158
2215
0800
0835
0845
0920
0935
1035
1005
I
1052
7>1105
1147
Effect.
Jan.15
Ends
Jan.14
>
1
>
f
>
f
>
i
>
1
>
1
1052
1737
1737
1737
1745
1639
1647
1855
2250
2322
*—Connections at Whitehorse to and from Mayo and Dawson City.
PAGE 11 NORTH AMERICAN FARES
Hr
TARIFS NORD-AMERICAINS
NORMAL FARES-TARIFS REGULIERS
(In Canadian currency, except as noted)
Between/Entre        One Way
And/et Billet simple
Y CALGARY
CASTLEGAR Y    $23.00
CRANBROOK Y       15.00
KELOWNA Y       34.00
MONTREAL F     149.00
Y 110.00
PENTICTON Y       34.00
SAN FRANCISCO....F       91.00
U.S.   84.00
Y 80.00
U.S.   74.00
TORONTO F     132.00
Y 98.00
VANCOUVER F       46.00
Y 42.00
Y 34.00
WINNIPEG F       63.00
Y 47.00
CASTLEGAR/Nelson/Trail
CRANBROOK Y    $ 10.00
KELOWNA Y       13.00
PENTICTON Y       13.00
VANCOUVER Y       26.00
CRANBROOK/Kimberley
KELOWNA Y    $21.00
PENTICTON Y       21.00
VANCOUVER Y       34.00
DAWSON CITY
EDMONTON Y    $115.00
FORT NELSON Y 76.00
FORT ST. JOHN Y 94.00
GRANDE PRAIRIE....Y 102.00
KAMLOOPS Y 115.00
MAYO Y 12.00
PRINCE GEORGE Y 109.00
QUESNEL Y 115.00
VANCOUVER Y 115.00
WATSON LAKE Y 54.00
WHITEHORSE Y 32.00
WILLIAMS LAKE Y 115.00
EDMONTON
FORT NELSON Y   $48.00
FORT ST. JOHN Y       31.00
Between/Entre        One Way
And/et Billet simple
Y   EDMONTON - cont'd
GRANDE PRAIRIE....Y   $23.00
KAMLOOPS Y       61.00
MAYO Y      105.00
MONTREAL F      149.00
Y 110.00
PRINCE GEORGE Y       37.00
QUESNEL Y       44.00
SAN FRANCISCO....F      109.00
U.S. 100.00
Y 88.00
U.S.   81.00
TORONTO F     132.00
Y 98.00
VANCOUVER Direct...F       49.00
Y 36.00
via Fort St. John... Y       73.00
WATSON LAKE Y       72.00
WHITEHORSE Y       83.00
WILLIAMS LAKE Y       50.00
WINNIPEG F       63.00
Y 47.00
FORT NELSON
FORT ST. JOHN Y $ 19.00
GRANDE PRAIRIE....Y 27.00
KAMLOOPS Y 56.00
MAYO Y 66.00
PRINCE GEORGE Y 33.00
QUESNEL Y 40.00
VANCOUVER Y 68.00
WATSON LAKE Y 24.00
WHITEHORSE Y 44.00
WILLIAMS LAKE Y 45.00
FORT ST. JOHN/
DAWSON CREEK
GRANDE PRAIRIE...Y    $ 10.00
KAMLOOPS Y       39.00
MAYO Y       84.00
PRINCE GEORGE Y       16.00
QUESNEL Y       23.00
VANCOUVER Y       51.00
WATSON LAKE Y       41.00
WHITEHORSE Y       62.00
WILLIAMS LAKE Y       28.00
Between/Entre        One Way
And/et Billet simple
Y      GRANDE PRAIRIE
KAMLOOPS.;:   .....Y $ 39.00
MAYO Y 92.00
PRINCE GEORGE Y 16.00
QUESNEL Y 23.00
VANCOUVER Y 51.00
WATSON LAKE Y 50.00
WHITEHORSE Y 70.00
WILLIAMS LAKE Y 28.00
KAMLOOPS
MAYO Y $105.00
PRINCE GEORGE Y 26.00
QUESNEL Y 18.00
VANCOUVER Y 19.00
WATSON LAKE Y 77.00
WHITEHORSE Y 83.00
WILLIAMS LAKE Y 14.00
KELOWNA/VERNON
PENTICTON Y    $   5.00
VANCOUVER Y       19.00
LONDON, Ont.
VANCOUVER *Y    $120.00
VICTORIA *Y      120.00
WINNIPEG *Y       57.00
MAYO
PRINCE GEORGE.. i..Y $99.00
QUESNEL ...Y 105.00
VANCOUVER Y 105.00
WATSON LAKE Y 44.00
WHITEHORSE Y 22.00
WILLIAMS LAKE Y 105.00
MONTREAL
SAN FRANCISCO....F $196.00
U.S. 182.00
Y 166.00
U.S. 153.00
Between/Entre        One Way
And/et Billet simple
Y   MONTREAL-cont'd
TORONTO/ F    $ 34.00
HAMILTON Y       25.00
VANCOUVER F      178.00
Y 132.00
VICTORIA *Y      132.00
WINNIPEG F       93.00
Y 69.00
OTTAWA
VANCOUVER *Y   $128.00
VICTORIA *Y     128.00
PENTICTON
VANCOUVER Y    $ 19.00
PRINCE GEORGE
QUESNEL Y $ 10.00
SMITHERS Y 19.00
VANCOUVER Y 39.00
WATSON LAKE Y 56.00
WHITEHORSE Y 77.00
WILLIAMS LAKE Y 15.00
PRINCE RUPERT
SANDSPIT Y    $ 15.00
TERRACE Y       13.00
VANCOUVER Y       43.00
WHITEHORSE Y       47.00
QUESNEL
VANCOUVER Y $31.00
WATSON LAKE Y 63.00
WHITEHORSE Y 83.00
WILLIAMS LAKE Y 7.00
SANDSPIT
TERRACE Y    $24.00
VANCOUVER Y       43.00
Between/Entre        One Way
And/et Billet simple
Y      SAN FRANCISCO
TORONTO F    $166.00
U.S. 153.00
Y 144.00
U.S. 134.00
VANCOUVER F       66.00
U.S.   61.00
Y 55.00
U.S.   51.00
WINNIPEG F     149.00
U.S. 137.00
Y 118.00
U.S. 109.00
SMITHERS
VANCOUVER Y    $50.00
TERRACE/KITIMAT
VANCOUVER Direct...Y    $39.00
via Prince Rupert...Y       43.00
WHITEHORSE Y       47.00
TORONTO/HAMILTON
VANCOUVER F    $162.00
Y 120.00
VICTORIA *Y      120.00
WINNIPEG F       77.00
Y 57.00
VANCOUVER
WATSON LAKE Y $77.00
WHITEHORSE Y 83.00
WILLIAMS LAKE Y 27.00
WINDSOR *Y 118.00
WINNIPEG F 93.00
Y 69.00
WATSON LAKE
WHITEHORSE Y    $22.00
WILLIAMS LAKE Y       68.00
WHITEHORSE
WILLIAMS LAKE Y    $83.00
*—Via CPA and connecting Carrier.
Round Trip Fares are double One Way Fares.
*—Par CPA et transporteur correspondant.
Un billet aller et retour est le double du prix d'un billet simple.
SENIOR CITIZENS-YOUTHS- GROUPS
GROUPES
(One Way)
(Billet Simple)
BETWEEN/ENTRE
AND/ET
SAMPLE SENIOR CITIZENS
STANDBY FARES
EXEMPLESDE TARIFS
POUR PERSONNES DE 65 ANS ET PLUS
(SUR DISPONIBILITE DE FAUTEUILS)
For Senior Citizens 65 years and over
Pour personnes de 65 ans et plus
SAMPLE YOUTH STANDBY FARES
EXEMPLES DE TARIFS D'ADOLESCENTS
(SUR DISPONIBILITE DE FAUTEUILS)
For Youths 12-21 Years
Pour Adolescents 12-21 Ans
SAMPLE GR
EXEMPLES DE TA
Number of
Nombre de
15-29
OUP FARES
RIFSDE GROUPES
Passengers
Passagers
30 and Over
CALGARY	
CALGARY	
CALGARY	
CALGARY	
EDMONTON	
EDMONTON	
EDMONTON	
EDMONTON	
FORT ST. JOHN....
KAMLOOPS	
KELOWNA	
MONTREAL	
MONTREAL	
MONTREAL	
PENTICTON	
PRINCE GEORGE...
PRINCE RUPERT...
TORONTO	
TORONTO	
VANCOUVER	
..MONTREAL	
Y $ 55.00
Y 49.00
Y 17.00
Y 24.00
Y 55.00
Y 49.00
Y 18.00
Y 24.00
Y 26.00
Y 10.00
Y 10.00
Y 13.00
Y 66.00
Y 35.00
Y 10.00
Y 20.00
Y 23.00
Y 29.00
Y 60.00
Y 35.00
Y $ 55.00
Y 49.00
Y 17.00
Y 24.00
Y 55.00
Y 49.00
Y 18.00
Y 24.00
Y 26.00
Y 10.00
Y 10.00
Y 13.00
Y 66.00
Y 35.00
Y 10.00
Y 20.00
Y.       23.00
Y 29.00
Y 60.00
Y 35.00
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
$ 99.00
88.00
31.00
42.00
99.00
88.00
32.00
42.00
23.00
119.00
62.00
51.00
108.00
62.00
Y $ 94.00
Y 83.00
Y 29.00
Y 40.00
Y 94.00
Y 83.00
Y 31.00
Y 40.00
Y 21.00
Y 112.00
Y 59.00
Y 48.00
Y 102.00
Y 59.00
..TORONTO	
..VANCOUVER	
..WINNIPEG	
..MONTREAL	
..TORONTO	
..VANCOUVER	
..WINNIPEG	
..VANCOUVER	
..VANCOUVER	
..VANCOUVER	
..TORONTO	
..VANCOUVER	
..WINNIPEG	
VANCOUVER	
.VANCOUVER	
.VANCOUVER	
..WINNIPEG	
.VANCOUVER 	
..WINNIPEG	
For explanation of abbreviations and symbols see page 7.
PAGE tf
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RENSEIGNEMENTS GENERAUX
President: J. C. GILMER
Vice-President Sales and Traffic: H. B. REN WICK, Vice-President (Ventes)
Vice-President Operations: R. B. PHILLIPS, Vice-President (Exploitation)
General Sales Office/Bureau general des ventes
1281 W. Georgia, Vancouver, Canada
GENERAL—All information published herein is subject to tariff regulations and to change
without notice. Current tariffs are maintained in all Ticket Offices of the Company for public
inspection.
SCHEDULES—All times shown in this schedule are local times as observed by each city.
CHILDREN - ACCOMPANIED—Children from two years of age and under twelve years
old, accompanying a passenger at least twelve years old, pay 50% of the applicable normal
adult fare. One infant under two years of age and not occupying a seat, may accompany
each full fare adult passenger at no extra charge on Domestic services including flights to and
from Mexico. On all other international services 10% of the normal adult fare is charged.
CHILDREN - UNACCOMPANIED—For fares and rules governing the carriage of unaccompanied children consult your local CPA office.
BAGGAGE — Includes all luggage including typewriters, parcels, briefcases, camera equipment, handbags, etc., whether carried in the cabin or checked. All such articles must be
weighed/tagged and included in the total allowance. Ladies' handbags/pocket books, overcoats, wraps, umbrellas or walking sticks, small cameras, binoculars, infant's carrying
basket and food for consumption in flight, a fully collapsible wheelchair and a pair of
crutches and braces or other prosthetic device, and a reasonable amount of reading material
when retained by the passenger will be carried free over and above the free allowance.
FREE BAGGAGE ALLOWANCE — (Except for infants travelling free or at 10% fare will be:
(1) On International Services except Canada-Honolulu — 66 pounds (30 kilos) on First
Class and 44 pounds (20 kilos) on Economy Class. (2) Domestic Services and Canada-
Honolulu, 2 bags with total of length plus height plus width not to exceed 62" for one bag
and 55" for the other bag, (or one duffel or B-4 or sea bag) plus cabin baggage of 1 or
more bags whose total length plus height plus width is less than 45". Maximum size of
bag accepted as baggage is 80". On all services cabin baggage, including garment bags,
must be retained at the passenger's seat position. For underseat stowage one dimension
of the baggage must not exceed 9".
EXCESS BAGGAGE CHARGES—An excess baggage rate will be assessed for baggage in
excess of free allowance.
Liability—Should baggage or personal property be lost or damaged or delayed in delivery
our liability is limited for domestic travel to U.S. $500 for each ticket or for international
travel our liability is limited to U.S. $16.50 per kilogram for checked baggage and U.S. $330
for unchecked baggage for each ticket. These limits of liability apply unless extra baggage
valuation charges are paid before departure.
RESERVATIONS—Will be cancelled by CPA unless tickets are purchased at the time specified by the company.
RECONFIRMATION—For flights in Canada, NO RECONFIRMATION of return or continuing
CPA reservations is required at your destination or stop-over points. It is suggested, however, that you provide us with your local contact phone number to enable us to serve you
better. For international flights, including those to and from Honolulu, reconfirmation is
required at least 72 hours before scheduled departure.
Failure to reconfirm will result in a cancellation of all your reservations
MEALS—Complimentary meals are served at appropriate times on all International and
Transcontinental Flights as well as on certain other Domestic Flights.
PASSPORTS, VISAS, VACCINATION CERTIFICATES—To travel from one country to
another you must usually have a valid passport, visa or other permit and International
Vaccination Certificate. For entry or return to Canada or the U.S.A., a smallpox vaccination
certificate is required. While we usually have available the latest information, we are not
responsible for its accuracy and urge you to consult the nearest consulate of the country
you propose to visit. CPA's employees have been instructed by government authorities to
deny passage to any person whose documents are not in order. Never place documents
in baggage which is to be checked.
GROUND TRANSPORTATION—Ground transportation service is available between downtown scheduled pick-up points and the airport at the passenger's expense. CPA does not
operate any ground transportation services. CPA neither assumes nor is under any liability
with respect to ground transportation.
INSURANCE—Trip insurance is available at most CPA airport offices.
LIABILITY—CPA assumes no liability other than that specified in its tariffs published and
filed pursuant to law.
RESPONSIBILITY FOR DEPARTURES, ARRIVALS, CONNECTIONS—Canadian Pacific Airlines will not be responsible for damages resulting from the failure of planes to depart or
arrive at times stated in this timetable, nor for errors herein, nor for failure to make connections with planes of other lines or of this Company. Schedules subject to change without
notice. Safety is our primary consideration. Schedules shown are based on expected flying
times. Because weather and other factors may affect operating conditions, departures and
arrivals cannot be guaranteed.
HOTEL RESERVATIONS—Any CPA office will gladly help arrange your hotel reservation in
any city served by the airline.
GENERALITY— Tous les renseignements publics ici sont soumis aux reglements tarifaires
officiels et sous reserve de modification sans pr§avis. Le public peut consulter les tarifs
en vigueur dans tous les bureaux de billets de la compagnie.
HORAIRES—Les heures indiqu§es dans cet horaire correspondent a I'heure locale de
chaque ville.
ENFANTS ACCOMPAGNES—Les enfants de deux ans et de moins de 12 ans accompagn6s
d'un voyageur d'au moins douze ans, ne paient que 50 pour cent du tarif normal des adultes.
Un enfant de moins de deux ans n'occupant pas un fauteuil peut voyager gratuitement avec
un adulte payant le plein tarif dans les vols nationaux et a destination ou en provenance
du Mexique. Dans tous les autres vols internationaux, les frais sont 10 pour cent du tarif
normal des adultes.
ENFANTS NON ACCOMPAGNES—Pour connaitre les tarifs et reglements concernant le
transport d'enfants non accompagn§s, consulter le bureau local de CPA.
BAGAGES—Les bagages comprennent valises, malles, machines a §crire, colis, serviettes,
appareils photographiques, sacs a main, qu'ils soient apportes dans la cabine ou enregistres.
Tous ces articles doivent §tre peses/etiquetes et inclus dans les bagages en franchise. Sacs
a main et serviettes, manteaux, couvertures, parapluies ou cannes, petites cameras, jum-
elles, panier pour transporter I'enfant, nourriture d'enfant pour consommation en cours de
vol, chaise roulante entierement d§montable et une paire de b§quilles ou autre instrument
prothetique, et une quantity raisonnable de livres - apportes dans la cabine - seront transported gratuitement en plus des bagages en franchise.
BAGAGES AFFRANCHIS—(Sauf pour les enfants qui voyagent gratuitement ou qui ne paient
que 10% du tarif: (1) Vols internationaux sauf entre le Canada et Honolulu: 66 lb. (30
kilos), en premiSre; 44 lb. (20 kilos), en classe economique. (2) Vols transcontinentaux et
Canada-Honolulu: 2 malles dont la longueur ajoutee a la hauteur et a la largeur ne depasse
pas 62" pour une malle et 55" pour I'autre malle (ou un sac de l'arm§e, de I'aviation ou
de la marine) en plus d'un sac ou plus apporte dans la cabine et dont la longueur totale
ajoutee 3 la hauteur et a la largeur est moins de 45". On accepte toute malle dont la dimension maximum ne dgpasse pas 80". Sur toutes les lignes, les bagages de cabine, porte-
manteaux inclus, doivent rester aupres du passager. Pour §tre garde" sous le siege, un colis
ne peut avoir aucune dimension supe>ieure a 9 pouces.
BAGAGES EXCEDENTAIRES—Le tarif des exc§dents est applicable aux bagages dont le
poids depasse la franchise.
Responsabilite—Dans le cas de perte, de delai de livraison ou de dommage, notre responsabilite au sujet des bagages et autres articles personnels se limite a $500 (E.-U.) sur les
lignes nationales, sur les lignes internationales, a $16.50 (E.-U.) par kilogramme pour les
bagages enregistres et a $330 (E.-U.) pour les bagages non enregistres et pour chaque billet,
sauf si des frais suppiementaires devaluation des bagages ont ete pay§s avant le depart.
RESERVATIONS—Elles seront annuiees a moins que les billets ne soient achetes au moment
sp6cifi6 par la compagnie.
CONFIRMATION des vols en territoire canadien. II n'est pas n§cessaire de confirmer sa
reservation de retour ou de correspondance a I'arrivSe ou I rescale. Nous vous sugg§rons
toutefois de nous laisser un numSro de telephone oD nous pourrons Vous atteindre. Les
reservations des vols internationaux (y compris ceux d'Honolulu a Caller et au retour)
doivent etre confirmees au moins 72 heures avant I'heure du depart.
A defaut de reconfirmation, toute reservation sera annuiee.
REPAS—Des repas gratuits sont servis aux heures normales sur tous les vols internationaux
et transcontinentaux ainsi que sur certains vols en territoire canadien.
PASSEPORTS, VISAS, CERTIFICATS DE VACCINATION—Pour voyager d'un pays a un
autre, vous devez §tre en possession d'un passeport valide, visa ou autre permis et du
certificat international de vaccination. Pour entrer ou retourner au Canada ou aux Etats-
Unis, un certificat de vaccination antivanolique est requis. Bien que les bureaux de CPA
possedent normalement les derniers renseignements sur les divers pays, ils ne peuvent
etre tenus responsables de la precision de ces derniers et vous exhortent a consulter le
consulat du pays que vous desirez visiter. Les employes de CPA ont regu ordre du gouverne-
ment de refuser le passage a tout passager dont les documents ne sont pas en regie. Ne
jamais laisser de documents dans les bagages qui doivent etre consignes.
TRANSPORT EN SURFACE—Des moyens de transport en surface circulent entre la ville
et I'aeroport selon un horaire etabli, aux frais des voyageurs. CPA, qui n'assure aucun
service de transport en surface, n'assume ni n'encourt aucune responsabilite pour les
transports de cette categorie.
ASSURANCE—On peut se procurer une police d'assurance-voyage dans la plupart des
bureaux d'aeroport de C.P.A.
RESPONSABILITE—C.P.A. n'assume pas d'autres responsabilites que celles sp6cifiees dans
les tarifs qu'elle fait publier et enregistrer conformement 1 la loi.
RESPONSABILITE CONCERNANT LES DEPARTS, ARRIVEES ET CORRESPONDANCES—
Les Lignes aeriennes Canadien Pacifique n'assument aucune responsabilite quant au prejudice resultant des departs et arrivees non conformes a I'horaire, aux erreurs ci-dessus ou
ci-apres, au ratage des correspondances avec les avions d'autres lignes ou ceux de cette
compagnie. Les horaires sont sous reserve de modification sans preavis. La s§curit§ est notre
premier souci. Les tableaux qui apparaissent ici sont bases sur la duree de vol prevue.
Comme le temps et .d'autres facteurs peuvent affecter les conditions d'un vol, on ne peut
garantir que les departs et arrivees soient conformes aux horaires.
RESERVATION D'HOtELS—Dans tout bureau de C.P.A., on se fera un plaisir de faire vos
reservations de chambres d'hStel dans les villes desservies par la compagnie.
PA    . 14 OFFICES /Information
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BUREAUX/Renseignements
City and Address
Ville et adresse
Passenger
Telephone
Cargo
Telephone
City to
Airport
Miles Fare
Telephone:     Telephone:   Dela ville
service- service     a I'aeroport:
voyageurs      du fret        Milles Prix
224444*....
230344	
...224444*....
...230344	
...10.
... 8.
. .45
.Free
20-734*....
...20-734*...
..16.
... 3.
1 ?0
22722*	
...22722*	
. 1.00
34781	
...34781
426-7444...
112183*....
392-3765*..
856-4186...
265-8300*..
...523-1260
...112183*
...392-3765*..
...852-2880
...277-7334...
...32.
... 5.
2.50
. .75
4.. 1.00
.  1.1.00
.45.. 2.50
.17.. 1.75
. 7.. 1.50
.5.. 1.00
ACAPULCO, Mexico—Hotel El Cid 2-23-43 2-23-43
AMSTERDAM, Netherlands—Hirsch Building,
Leidseplein	
ATHENS, Greece—4 Karageorgi Servias	
AUCKLAND, New Zealand—7 Union House,
32-34 Quay St......	
AZORES—Avenida Infante d'Henrique,
Ponta Delgada (Airport - Santa Maria)	
BANGKOK, Thailand—Cathay Pacific Airways,
Trocadero Hotel	
BARCELONA, Spain—Ave. de Jose Antonio 603
BOSTON, Mass.—500 Little Bldg., 80 Boylston..
BRUSSELS, Belgium—Cantersteen 47	
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina—Av. Cordoba 656..
BUFFALO, New York—Room 510,17 Court St...
CALGARY, Alberta—132 Ninth Ave. S.W	
CARACAS, Venezuela—Aeronaves de Mexico
Av. Francisco Miranda
Edificio Roraima, Planla B "	
CASTLEGAR/KINNAIRD, B.C.—
Hi Arrow Arms Hotel     	
CHICAGO, Illinois—29 South La Salle St	
CLEVELAND, Ohio	
COPENHAGEN, Denmark—Vesterbrogade 6-D..
CRANBROOK, B.C.—35-A 10th Ave	
DAWSON CITY, Yukon—Dawson City Airport...
DAWSON CREEK, B.C.—Windsor Hotel	
DETROIT, Michigan—1249 Washington Blvd...
DJAKARTA, Indonesia—Garuda Indonesian
Airways, 15 Djalan Nusantara	
DUSSELDORF, Germ.—Huettenstrasse 15	
EDMONTON, Alberta—10018 Jasper Ave	
FORT NELSON, B.C.—Fort Nelson Airport	
FORT ST. JOHN, B.C.—Fort St. John Airport...
FORT WILLIAM, Ontario—C.P. Station	
FRANKFURT, Germany—Taunusstrasse 52-60.
GENOA, Italy—Gastaldi & Co. Via Cairoli 1	
GRANDE PRAIRIE, Alta.—Airport Terminal....
HALIFAX, Nova Scotia—1547 Barrington St...
HAMBURG, Germany—Glockengiesserwall 19...
HAMILTON, Ontario—14 King St. West	
HONG KONG—Union House, 25 Chater Rd	
HONOLULU, Hawaii—2149 Kalakaua Ave.,
Waikiki	
JOHANNESBURG, S. Africa—South African
Airways, Centre	
KAMLOOPS, B.C.—150 Victoria Street.........
KARACHI, Pakistan—Swissair, Hotel Metropole
KELOWNA, B.C.—Shops Capri	
KIMBERLEY, B.C.—290 Spokane St	
KINGSTON, Jamaica—9 King Street (AC)	
KINGSTON, Ontario—6 Montreal St	
KITCHENER, Ontario—36 Ontario St. North...
KITIMAT, B.C.—Kitimat Travel Service	
KOWLOON—Peninsula Hotel Lobby	
LA PAZ, Bolivia—Martin & Co.,
Av. Camacho 1315	
LETHBRIDGE, Alta.—Canadian Pacific Station..
LIMA, Peru—Av. Nicolas de Pierola 556,
P.O. Box 812	
LISBON, Portugal—Avenida da Liberdade 261.
LONDON, England—Trafalgar Square, W.C. 2..
LONDON, Ontario—CPR Station   	
LOS ANGELES, California—514 W. 6th St	
MADRID, Spain—Edificio Espana (Arcade)	
MANILA, Philippines—Hotel Filipinas	
MAYO, Yukon—Chateau Mayo Hotel	
MELBOURNE, Australia—59 William St	
MESSINA, Sicily—Gastaldi & Co.,
Corso Garibaldi 201	
MEXICO CITY, Mexico—Paseo de la
Reforma No. 156	
33-31-44 33-31-44
365-7044 365-7044....
939-3100* 939-3100*
EN 6418 EN 6418
129523* 129523*
426-4844 426-2238....
2311 2311
ST 2-3211 ST 2-3211...
962-6025..   ...963-7820
Gambir 5400.. .Gambir 5400
320383* 320383*
429-6371......424-0941....
774-6661 774-6661....
785-3621 785-4514....
MA 3-9733 MA 3-9733
235858* 252319*
200741 200741
532-2031 532-2031....
423-8326 455-0450
339344* 339344*
525-4020 .^ 522-4623	
227001* 227001*	
3.. 1.00
.40.. 4.00
. 4.. .50
817561* 817561* 10.. 2.00
237255 237255
374-1414 372-3382..
.52066 52066
762-5040 PO 2-2320.
582-3511 582-3511..
23993 23993
548-3262 548-4494
.745-5635 745-5635
632-6226 499	
227001 227001
5541* 5541*
FA 7-3512 FA 7-3512
7.. 1.25
. 9.. 1.25
.20
.40.. 3.00
28-9920*...
. .28-9920	
.7.. 1.00
556192*....
...556192*	
.. 4.. 1.00
930-5664*..
..930-5100*
433-6675...
...433-7261
625-0131*..
...626-2371*
2-488425*..
...2-488425*. .
..12.. .25
50-24-65...
...50-24-65
3391	
...3391	
.. 1.. 1.00
61-3371....
...61-3371
55896. 55896
46-95-40* 71-32-82.
7.. 1.50
City and Address
Ville et adresse
Passenger
Telephone
City to
Cargo Airport
Telephone  Miles Fare
Telephone:     Telephone:   Dela ville
service- service     a I'aeroport:
voyageurs      du fret        Milles Prix
.15... 1.50
2.00
MILAN, Italy—Gastaldi & Co., Via Foscolo 1... .870658 870658
MONTREAL, Quebec—Place Ville Marie 861-9361* 631-0822
NAGOYA, Japan—Miyaku Hotel 582-0664 582-0664
NANAIMO, B.C.—Canadian Pacific Terminal... SK 4-2331... .SK 4-2331
NANDI, Fiji—Airport Terminal Bldg 72222* 72222*
NAPLES, Italy—Gastaldi & Co.,
Piazza Municipio 84 324846 324846
NELSON, B.C.—460 Baker St 352-2913 352-5541 28.
NEW DELHI, India—Room 12, Janpath Hotel....46881 46881
NEW YORK, N.Y.—581 Fifth Ave PL 9-4440*... .PL 9-4437*
OSAKA, Japan—Junkei-Machi Sanwa Bldg.,
No. 25-4-chome 251-5591 251-5591
OTTAWA, Ontario—83 Sparks St 237-1380 232-5733
PALERMO, Sicily—Gastaldi & Co.,
Via M. Stabile 2 240844 240844
PANAMA CITY, Panama—Henry Ford B.,
Apartado 587 32057 32057
PARIS, France—24 Boulevard des Capucines.. .073-0794* 073-0794*
PENTICTON, B.C.—300 Martin St 492-2947 492-4119 4.
PHILADELPHIA, Pa.—Room 237 Boulevard
Bldg., 1819 John F. Kennedy Blvd EN 6287 LO 8-7815
PONTA DELGADA—(See Azores)
PORTLAND, Ore 223-2893 223-2893
PRAGUE, Czechoslovakia—Nam.
Republiky 655 657-41 657-41
PRINCE GEORGE, B.C.—Inn of the North Hotel.563-0521 562-2233  6.
PRINCE RUPERT, B.C.—425 Third Ave. West. .624-9181 624-6161 (Ferry) 7.
QUEBEC CITY, Que.—Chateau Frontenac Hotel.692-0912 522-3991
QUESNEL, B.C.—341 St. Laurent Ave 992-2331 992-2331 4.
REGINA, Sask.—Canadian Pacific Station LA 3-6651 LA 2-5601
ROME, Italy—63/65 Via Barberini 480524* 480524* 18.
ROTTERDAM, Netherlands—Baan 18 133290 120035*
SAINT JOHN, N.B.—75 Germain St 693-1326 672-2750
SANDSPIT, B.C.—Sandspit Airport 637-5416 637 5326
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.—343 Powell St 391-0880 873-7435 13.
SANTA MARIA—(See Azores)
SANTIAGO, Chile—Hotel Carrera 65304 or 89711* 63069  6.
SASKATOON, Sask.—115 Second Ave. N 242-4221 244-7996
SAULT ST. MARIE, Ontario—C.P. Station AL 6-8436 AL 6-2281
SEATTLE, Wash.—1221 4th Ave  MA 2-6567 ZE 6599
SEOUL, Korea—Han Jin Transportation Co.,
Samsung Bldg. - 10th Floor 23-7123-8 23-7123-8
SINGAPORE—Cathay Pacific Airways,
Ocean Bldg 94884 94888
SMITHERS, B.C.—145 Main St 847-2330 847-2330 4.
SPOKANE, Washington—731 Old National
Bank Bldg Rl 7-8045 Rl 7-8045
SUDBURY, Ontario—C.P.R. Station  .675-8932 675-7548
SUVA, Fiji—Union Steamship Co., Thomson St..3861* 3861*
SYDNEY, Aust.—Union House, 247 George St... .27-3411* 27-3411*  5.
TAIPEI, Taiwan—SITA World Travel, Central
Bldg., 108, Chung Shan North Road, Sec. 11.. .557136 557136
TERRACE, B.C.—Lakelse Hotel,
4620 Lakelse Ave 635-7111 635-7111 7.
TOKYO, Japan—Nikkatsu Internationa! Bldg... .281-7426* 741-1788 11.
TORONTO, Ontario—Royal York Hotel 366-7531* 676-2604 14.
TRAIL, B.C.—1399 Bay Ave 364-1224 368-9191 22.
TRINIDAD, Port of Spain—Trinidad
Hilton Hotel (AC) 43144 43144
VANCOUVER, B.C.—1004 West Georgia St 682-1411* 278-2131 11.
VERNON, B.C.—Canadian Pacific Station 542-5851 542-5851 23.
VICTORIA, B.C.—1102 Government St EV 6-6331 ZE 6599
WARSAW, Poland—LOT, Plac Konstytucii 3 26-14-31 36-14-31
WASHINGTON, D.C ....EN 9-4540 EN 9-4540
WATSON LAKE, Yukon—Watson Lake Airport. .8-2171 8-2171...
WELLINGTON, New Zealand—21 Brandon St...49553 49553
WHITEHORSE, Y.T.—309 Main St.. 667-7881 667-2182  6.
WILLIAMS LAKE, B.C.—Williams Lake Airport. .392-5335 392-5335 10.
WINDSOR, Ontario—Windsor Airport ZE 6-8100 ZE 6-8100 7.
WINNIPEG, Man.—Portage and Main Sts WH 2-0141*....786-5877  4.
ZURICH, Switzerland—Schweizergasse 8 445752* 445752*
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WORLD'S MOST COMPLETE TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM
Canadian Pacific Super DC-8 Jets cross Canada daily,
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Canadian Pacific Cargojets.
| RAILWAYS -Canada's first transcontinental railway ... 17,000 miles
serving the nation from sea to sea . . . coastal steamships and Canada's only stainless steel Scenic Dome trans continental train - The
Canadian.
STEAMSHIPS -Canadian Pacific's White Empresses from Montreal to
Europe in summer. Winter cruises from New York to the West Indies;
from United Kingdom to North Africa and the West Indies. Enquire
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resorts in the Canadian Rockies make your comfort their business.
| EXPRESS - Fast transport of packages and valuable shipments,
money orders, travellers' cheques - these are major services of the
Canadian Pacific Express Company.
I TELECOMMUNICATIONS - Telegraph, telex and teletype, cables,
rapid money transfers are yours to command at Canadian Pacific
j telegraph offices throughout Canada.
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or any Canadian Pacific office
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Canada chaque jour et relient le pays aux autres continents par vols
directs ou sans escale. En premiere comme en classe Economique,
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d'6te* dans les Rocheuses canadiennes. Un service d'hdtel renomme*
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valeur, vente de mandats d'argent et de cheques de voyageurs
. constituent les principaux services de Canadian Pacific Express.
TELECOMMUNICATIONS - TeTegraphes, T€iex et teMSscripteurs,
cables et transferts rapides d'argent vous sont offerts par les bureaux
I des telecommunications du Canadien Pacifique, a travers le Canada.
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