The April, 1933 edition of Canadian Airways Limited’s bulletin included a story about a couple of raccoons that escaped their cage as they awaited their flight. It’s a mystery as to how the raccoons got out of their cage and those responsible could not explain the occurrence either. The article does not explain the flight plan, but there is a Clarke City east of Quebec City, Quebec. The article makes mention of Old Quebec, so it’s possible the flight originated in that area. The plane mentioned is our own Fairchild 71-C, CF-AKT.
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