Aviation is a huge entity and with it comes many interest groups.
As an amateur radio operator I do some aeronautican radio monitoring ("SWLing") since we got the legal possibility here in Germany some times ago.
A few days ago I was lucky to receive one of your flights in contact with "SHANWICK RADIO" on shortwave 8906 kHz using the callsign and flight-ID "AIRCANADA 837".
As this was the very first catch of an aircraft from "Air Canada"
I want to send you a SWL report for my reception:
Date: 22-August-2010 at 12:14 UTC/GMT on 8906 kHz working Shanwick Radio (Oceanic Control) with oceanic clearance to CYYZ (Toronto).
That make it to the flight "AC0837" from Madrid to Toronto with a "Boeing 767" with the registration C-GHLT.
Receiver: Kenwood TS-50 into a DX-88 outdoor vertical antenna by HyGain Selcal decoding by the PC sound card software "MultiPSK".
If possible I would like to get a QSL for my report as I don't have so any QSL for any "Air Canada" flight so far in my collection.
We are pleased to confirm your reception report of our aircraft as follows:
Flight: AC 837
Date: 22-August-2010 at 12:14 UTC/GMT
Route: Madrid (LEMD) to Toronto (CYYZ)
Radios on the B767-300ER
B767-300 fleet: 2 Rockwell Collins HF Transceivers and 3 Rockwell Collins VHF COMM Transceivers.
Captain Doug Morris (Airbus 320)