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World Wide Airways

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World-Wide Airways was a Canadian airline started in 1947 by Donald McVicar. It played a key role in massive airlift operations for Hollinger Ungava Transport and the Distant Early Warning Line in Northern Canada. It also flew livestock and foodstuffs to embargoed Cuba during the 1960s.

Its licence was revoked in 1966 for political reasons. McVicar's publicized fight with the government led him to be featured on the cover of Time Magazine in 1966.

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World-Wide Airways Wikipedia


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