A 1937 Lockeed Electra plane landed at the museum Thursday, where it will go on display as part of an exhibit honouring Air Canada’s 75th anniversary.
The Lockheed Electra was a twin-engine, all-metal monoplane developed by the Lockheed Aircraft Corp. in the 1930s. It carried a pilot, a co-pilot and 10 passengers.
Source: Metro Winnipeg
Photos: Metro/Tyler Peacock
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