First-ever jet combi scheduled service

Detailed insights into the TCA DC-8F Combi scheduled service from Montreal to London via Prestwick, which was covered in the March 7, 1963 edition of ‘The Aeroplane and Commercial Aviation News’

Two pallets can be carried on this Bedford flat-deck truck at London Airport. One pallet is seen in this picture in process of being raised by the fork-lift truck, having been rolled off the rear of the Bedford.
Two pallets can be carried on this Bedford flat-deck truck at London Airport. One pallet is seen in this picture in process of being raised by the fork-lift truck, having been rolled off the rear of the Bedford.

JET PASSENGER/FREIGHT SERVICE BY T.C.A. DC-8F

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