C. Don Bateman Awarded Lifetime Achievement Laureate

Credit: Chris Zimmer
The story of Trans-Canada Air Lines Flight 810 has faded with time, but it was a mystery that gripped all of Canada for months in the 1950s. The Douglas DC-4 took off from Vancouver in December 1956 bound for Calgary with 59 passengers aboard. Several minutes later, the crew radioed that there was a...

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