The Canadian Aerophilatelic Society
The CAS provides a forum for the exchange of information among Canadians who
are interested in any aspect of world-wide aerophilately, and for collectors from
around the world who are interested in Canadian aerophilately. This is mainly
achieved through our newsletter, The Canadian Aerophilatelist, which is published
quarterly. If you would like a sample copy of the newsletter, please click here.
Si vous désirez de l'information en français sur la société, cliquez ici.
A SHORT GUIDE TO
Produced by THE CANADIAN AEROPHILATELIC SOCIETY
(Last revised January, 2014)
Back Issues updated- New and improved!
D.W. article added
Website maintained by Steve Johnson
Canadian First Flight Covers
A Brief History of Canadian Air Mail Flights
Newfoundland Air Mails
Routes and Rates
Modern Day Covers
Future CAS Meetings
ORAPEX, Ottawa - May 3rd - 4th 2014
This national level show is held annually at the RA Centre, 2451 Riverside Drive, Ottawa. It features over 40 dealers, and 150 frames of exhibits.
Information will be posted at www.orapex.ca
The CAS Annual General Meeting will be held at ORAPEX on Sunday afternoon.
AEROPHILATELY 2014 - Bellefonte, Pennsylvania - September 12th to 14th 2014
The American Air Mail Society is organizing this all air mail show as a sequel to the very highly regarded AEROPHILATELY 2007, which featured 200 frames of
aerophilatelic exhibits, plus talks, plus dealers. It will be held at the American Philatelic Center - headquarters and fabulous library of
the American Philatelic Society.
More details will be published as available at www.americanairmailsociety.org
Canadian Aerophilatelic Society
Price List of Available Aerophilatelic Material
Online Reference Material
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*Updated January, 2014
Index to THE CANADIAN AEROPHILATELIST and back issues
All back issues up to December 2013 have been added to the index.
A PDF File with many Back Issues can be downloaded for easy viewing.
To date: Back Issues #1-68 can be downloaded for viewing.
An excellent resource that will be continually updated.
The "Boxed" Air Mail
Hand Stamp Revisited.
The St. Lawrence Seaway Air Mail Service: 1927 to 1939 (part one)
Murray HeifetzThe 1928 Postal Airplane Cachet
Chris HargreavesUpdate on the D.W. covers
Gord Mallett‘No Englishmen Need Apply’
Air Traffic over a 24 hour period from Denny May.
*Updated January, 2010.
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2) Any ads above 2 for the same person, we charge $5.00 per ad per year.
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Payment can be sent to the Webmaster and made payable to the CAS. Please contact the webmaster if you have any questions.
Sources For More information
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The society also provides a number of other services, including:
a question-and-answer service for mystery air mail stamps and covers;
a small library that can be searched for information on particular topics;
a "sales department", with a variety of covers for sale;
discount prices on many CAS and AAMS publications;
representation of Canadian aerophilatelists at national and international levels.
For current membership costs, please contact our secretary
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF THE CANADIAN AEROPHILATELIC SOCIETY
Vacant. (please contact the President for more information)
Western Chapter Representative:
Email: dgbrown_id@shaw .ca
Members at Large:
David Crotty email: email@example.com
Walter Herdzik email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Neil Hunter email: email@example.com
Gord Mallett email: firstname.lastname@example.org
David Whiteley email: email@example.com
Major (Ret) R. K. "Dick" Malott MSc , BA (Hon Hist), CD, FRPSC, FRPSL, AHF
Editor- The Air Mails of Canada and NewFoundland
Editor- The Canadian Aerophilatelist
Index to the Canadian Aerophilatelist
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