A rare airplane at the Western Canadian Aviation Museum
A 1937 Lockeed Electra plane landed at the Western Canadian Aviation 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.
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