Sad but not surprising, the final Air Canada Boeing 767-300ER flight was early yesterday evening between Montreal-Pierre Eliot Trudeau (YUL/CYUL) and Toronto-Lester B. Pearson (YYZ/CYYZ). Tail 638 registered as C-FTCA flew as Air Canada flight 439 from YUL-YYZ. This ends 38 years of 767 Service with Air Canada (Both the -200 and -300) The first ever 767 delivered was a 767-200 Tail 601 registered as C-GAUB was delivered in October 1982 and entered service on February 14th 1983. Air Canada would operate 48 total 767's 25 of their own and another 23 from the merger of Canadian Airlines in 2001.
Please post any photos of the Air Canada, Air Canada Rouge or Canadian Airlines 767's here. I'll start with a view of the Air Canada Rouge 767 wing and winglet taken last March (2019) at YYZ after a flight from RSW and my AC 767-300ER Aviationtag which is from ex-Canadian Airlines and Air Canada 767-300ER registered as C-FCAG.