I found this boarding pass in a copy of Adolf Galland's The First and the Last that I bought second-hand, along with a note about the book dated September 1982, in which the writer explains how he bought the book in an airport bookstore. He also adds, "By the way, I read in Sunday's paper that Doug Bader died in England at age 72."
|Route map printed on reverse side of boarding pass.|
Canadian Pacific Air Lines was founded in 1942, but used the name CP Air from 1968 to 1986, after which it reverted to its original name. The airline was sold a year later and eventually ended up as part of Air Canada.