Here's one for all you oldtimers ...

By hardytraveller | Jul 14, 2017, 07:34 PM
Occasionally the airline operator flight numbers are easy to understand; SA=South African; AI= Air India; LH=Lufthansa yet some are curious.  AY=Finnair; LX=Swiss etc.   Most are historical TE=Air New Zealand (TEAL);.    We are all aware of QF = Qantas  BUT  what were the 2 letters for Qantas that preceded QF ...?     (I guess not even Alan Joyce knows the answer..)
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By Kitch | Jul 14, 2017, 07:51 PM
QF stands for Qantas Flight
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By GregXL | Jul 14, 2017, 10:31 PM
EM, before my time! Qantas Empire Airways
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By hardytraveller | Jul 15, 2017, 07:46 PM
EM, before my time! Qantas Empire Airways    Congratulations Greg.   I was a travel agent back in those days, hand writing tickets.   No charges if the passenger changed a flight of date,  we just stayed back at the office writing them all over again. 
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By j30max | Jul 17, 2017, 06:10 PM
heres a blast from the past, anyone here remember CP?  Hint: It used to route SYD-NAN-HNL-YVR-YEG
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By Rhinojames | Jul 17, 2017, 09:11 PM
heres a blast from the past, anyone here remember CP?  Hint: It used to route SYD-NAN-HNL-YVR-YEG

Canadian Pacific?
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