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About Air Canada

Air Canada, which is the largest domestic and international airline of Canada, serves more than 210 airports. It is today Canada’s flag carrier among the 20 largest airlines all over the world. The airline is also the largest provider of air travel services in the Canada and in the International market. The airline experiences a great flight journey every year to more than 50 million customers. Founded back in the year 1936 as Trans-Canada Airlines by the Canadian Federal Government, the airline today fly to 64 domestic destinations and about 158 international destinations across Asia, the Americas, and Oceania.

Fleet Renewal

In the year 2019, Air Canada will bring first of 45 Airbus A220-300 aircraft, which was earlier known as Bombardier C Series, to its fleet. The airlines will take delivery of more 18 Boeing 737 MAX aircraft, which joined the aircraft’s fleet in the year 2017 after a firm order of 61. And this will build on the fuel-efficient Boeing 787 Dream liner’s. The airline plans to operate 37 Boeing 787 Dream liners by the end of 2019. And this will also include 29 larger Boeing 787-9 versions, with all 37 scheduled to be delivered at the end of the year 2019.

Air Canada’s Global Network

There are four airports which are considered as Air Canada’s major hubs, and they are Toronto (YYZ), the airline’s primary global hub, Montreal (YUL), and Calgary (YYC), which offers customers of Air Canada smooth connection to various destination under one roof. When passengers travel to the United States or any other international destination through these airports, they would find a smooth connection process. They would also quickly check their passports and will not have to wait in queue to pick up their bags or transfer to any terminals. They simply have to walk to the next departure gate!

If we look at the global network of the airline, it provides scheduled air travel services directly to Canada’s 64 airports, United States’ 60 airports and 98 airports in Europe, Africa, the Middle East, Asia, and few other continents. Air Canada’s regional partners, on average, operate around 1,613 scheduled flights each day.  The airlines offer service to 1,317 airports in 193 countries and benefits to passengers who are flying to reciprocal top tier cities.

Air Canada’s Specialized Services

 Air Canada offers three specialized services to its customers, and they are Air Canada Vacations, Air Canada Cargo, and Air Canada Jetz.

Air Canada Vacations: It is a leading Canadian Tour Operator, which offers inclusive packages including accommodation, round trip airfare on board Air Canada Rouge, Aero plan flight rewards, and also variety of tours, cruises and excursions. Air Canada vacation also offers hundreds of destinations in the Mexico Central, Caribbean, and South America etc.

Air Canada Cargo: This specialized service of the airline provides direct service worldwide.  Air Canada Cargo’s experts offer customers a unique set of business solutions that are designed to meet the shipping community’s needs efficiently.

Air Canada Jetz: This is Air Canada’s specialty charter service, which provides premium air travel, including all business class seating comfort. It also offers personalized service to professional sports teams, corporate travelers, and executive groups.

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