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Max Ward

Maxwell (Max) William Ward was born in A Wardair 747 aircraftEdmonton on 22 November 1921. He attended school, but was far more interested in the stories of the adventurous bush pilots that he heard throughout his youth. He was eager to learn to fly and decided at an early age to join the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF).

A picture of a Northwest Territorial Hercules that was presented to Donald J. Dewar, the Western Regional Administrator, Transport Canada on January 25, 1979 by the Northern Air Transport Association, Robert P. Engle, Chairman. Read More...

Maxwell (Max) William Ward

Max Ward would have a long and successful career in aviation: first as an air force pilot, then as a bush pilot, and finally as the founder of the third largest airline in Canada.


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