Historical Fleet
Lockheed 10A Electra

The Lockheed 10A Electra inaugurated Trans-Canada Air Lines' first commercial air service in September 1937 over a 122-mile route between Vancouver and Seattle. The airline purchased five of these aircraft.

Technical characteristics
Period of use 1937 -1941
Engines Two 400 H.P. Pratt & Whitney Wasp Jr. S.B.
Seats (typical) 10
Cruise speed 173-190 m.p.h. (278-306 k.p.h.)
Range (full passengers) 713 Statute Miles (1147 k.)