Jack Logan


 Centenarian at the Museum

Jack Logan of Tsawwassen, BC turned 100 on the 9th of June 2021!
Jack was a long-time TCA/Air Canada pilot who rose to the position of Director of Flight Operations in the company.
Jack's son, Bob Logan, organized a gathering at the Canadian Museum of Flight at the Langley Regional Airport in Langley, BC on the 6th of June, the 77th anniversary of the D-Day landings.
Retired Air Canada pilot and Museum member, Al French, started the Museum's SE5a biplane up in front of the guests and flew a pass from east to west. Due to the current health restrictions the guests were limited to a small group invited by the family and Museum staff.
Jack Logan with Museum Director, Bruce Scott.
 Museum pilot, Al French, taxies the SE5a out for a flypast.
(Photo credits: Brenda Radstaak)
Jack Logan was flying a Short Sunderland, similar to this, on D-Day, 6 June 1944.