I flew Wardair several times during their heyday. I flew twice yyz-lgw and once yyz-cun on DC-10's. Also yyz-San Juan on a 747. I recall these as some of the most comfortable flights I've ever been on. The interior of the planes were awash in bright welcoming pastel colors. The seating was a one class charter layout but I don't remember ever feeling cramped. The highlights of the flights always was the meal service. Everything was served on royal doulton china. They used actual china coffee cups, not the cheap plastic ones used by airlines today. But get this, dessert was not a tiny square of something in a plastic dish, they actually came down the aisle with a dessert cart. This included, my favorite, black forest cake which they sliced and served on china plates. It goes without saying there was an open bar throughout the flight. The only thing missing was there was no in-flight entertainment. I always felt this was an acceptable sacrifice.