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Air Canada

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Headquarters Montreal, QC
Founded 1937 (as Trans-Canada Air Lines)[1]
Fleet size 162 (April 2016)
Number of routes 178+
Employees 24,426[2]
Website
www.aircanada.com

Air Canada is the primary aviation provider in Canada. It has provided service since 1937, originally named Trans-Canada Air Lines, and has its headquarters located in Montreal, Quebec. Trans-Canada Air Lines was renamed to the present Air Canada brand in 1964.

Subsidiaries

  • Defunct
    • Air Canada Alliance - Provided service to smaller airports in eastern Canada.
    • Air Canada Jazz - Provided service to smaller airports from major hubs.
      • Air BC - Regional service in western Canada and United States.
      • Air Nova - Regional service in eastern Canada and United States.
      • Air Ontario - Regional service in Ontario, Quebec and eastern United States.
    • Air Canada Jetz - Charter service for business clients and sports teams.
    • Air Canada Tango - Economy/no-frills based service to Canadian and North American vacation destinations.
    • Zip - No-frills service with operations based in western Canada.

Fleet

Current Roster

Model Thumbnail Year Delivered Manufacturer Model Number Engines Seating Notes
Air Canada A320-200 Air Canada 212-C-FFWN-a.jpg 1990-2003 Airbus A320-200 CFM56-5A1 or CFM56-5B4 20 executive, 120 economy
  • Phasing out starting 2019.
Air Canada 767-300ER Air Canada C-FTCA-a.jpg 1993-2001 Boeing 767-300ER Pratt & Whitney 4060-2 or General Electric CF6-80C2 24/25 executive, 187/166 economy
  • To be retired 2019.
Air Canada A319-100 Air Canada C-GARG-a.jpg 1997-2003 Airbus A319-100 CFM CFM56-5A1 or CFM56-5B6 14 executive, 106 economy
Air Canada A330-300 Air Canada A330-300-a.jpg 1999-2001 Airbus A330-300 Rolls Royce Trent 772B 29 Business, 21 Premium Economy, 244 Economy Originally configured: 42 executive, 232 economy
Air Canada A321-200 Air Canada C-GITY-b.jpg 2001-2002 Airbus A321-200 CFM CFM56-5B3/P 20 executive, 154 economy
Air Canada Embraer 190 Air Canada C-FLWE-a.jpg 2005-2008 Embraer 190 CF34-10E5A1 9 executive, 84 economy
  • Series partially retired.
  • Remainder to be replaced by C-Series.
Air Canada 777-300ER Air Canada 739 C-FRAM-a.jpg 2007-2009 Boeing 777-300ER General Electric GE90-115B 42 executive, 307 economy
Air Canada 777-200LR Air Canada 703 C-FIUJ-a.jpg 2007-2008 Boeing 777-200LR General Electric GE90-110B1 42 executive, 228 economy
Air Canada 777-300ER AirCanada 743 C-FIVW.JPG 2013-2014 Boeing 777-300ER General Electric GE90-115B 36 executive, 24 premium economy, 398 economy
Air Canada 787-8 Air Canada C-GHPQ-a.jpg 2014-2015 Boeing 787-8 General Electric GEnx-1B 20 business, 21 premium economy, 210 economy
Air Canada A320-200 2015 Airbus A320-200 CFM CFM56-5B4/P 14 executive, 132 economy Ex-Thomas Cook Airlines Belgium.
Air Canada A321-200 Air Canada C-FGKZ-a.jpg 2015 Airbus A321-200 CFM CFM56-5B3/P/CFMI CFM56-5B1/3 20 executive, 154 economy Ex-Air France.
Air Canada 787-9 Air Canada C-FVLQ-a.jpg 2015-2019 Boeing 787-9 General Electric GEnx-1B 30 business, 21 premium economy, 247 economy
Air Canada 777-300ER Air Canada C-FKAU-a.jpg 2016 Boeing 777-300ER General Electric GE90-115B 36 executive, 24 premium economy, 398 economy
Air Canada 737 MAX 8 Air Canada C-FSKZ-a.jpg 2017-2024 Boeing 737 MAX 8 CFMI LEAP-1B 16 Business, 153 Economy
Air Canada A330-300 2019 Airbus A330-300 Rolls-Royce Trent 772B-60 30 Business, 255 Economy

On order

Model Thumbnail Year Delivered Manufacturer Model Number Engines Seating Notes
Air Canada A220-300 2019-2022 Airbus A220-300 Pratt & Whitney PW1500G 12 Business, 125 Economy
  • To replace Embraer fleet and expansion.
Air Canada A330-300 2020 Airbus A330-300 Rolls-Royce Trent 772B-60 30 Business, 255 Economy
  • 1 unit.
Air Canada 737 MAX 9 2021 Boeing 737 MAX 9
  • To replace narrowbody fleet.

Retired Roster

Model Thumbnail Year Delivered Manufacturer Model Number Engines Cruise Speed Seating Notes
Air Canada DC-8-43 1960-1961 Douglas DC-8-43 Rolls-Royce RCo.12 Conway 509 853 km/h Retired in 1977.
Air Canada DC-9-14 1966 Douglas DC-9-14 Pratt & Whitney JT8D-7A 789 km/h 91 Retired in 1968-1972.
Air Canada DC-8-61 1967 McDonnell Douglas DC-8-61 Pratt & Whitney JT3D-3B 853 km/h Retired in 1981-1986.
Air Canada DC-9-32 1967-1974 McDonnell Douglas DC-9-32 Pratt & Whitney JT8D-7B/JT8D-7A(HK3) 798 km/h 86 Retired in 1969-1998.
Air Canada DC-8-53 1968 McDonnell Douglas DC-8-53 Pratt & Whitney JT3D-3B 853 km/h Retired in 1982.
Air Canada DC-8-63 1969-1970 McDonnell Douglas DC-8-63 Pratt & Whitney JT3D-3B 853 km/h Retired in 1983.
Air Canada 747-100 1971-1974 Boeing 747-100 Pratt & Whitney JT8D-7 893 km/h 401 Retired in 1998.
Air Canada DC-9-15 1972-1973 McDonnell Douglas DC-9-15 Pratt & Whitney JT8D-7B 789 km/h
  • Retired in 1977.
  • Rapid-Change Pax/Cargo configuration.
Air Canada L-1011 1973 Lockheed L-1011-100 Rolls-Royce RB-211-22B 893 km/h 236-363 Retired in 1996.
Air Canada L-1011-500 1973 Lockheed L-1011-500 Rolls-Royce RB-211-524B 882 km/h 212-244 Retired in 1996.
Air Canada 727-200 1974-1982 Boeing 727-200 Advanced Pratt & Whitney JT8D-15 853 km/h 132-144 Retired in 1992.
Air Canada 747-200 Combi 1975 Boeing 747-200 Pratt & Whitney JT8D-7J 893 km/h 265 Retired in 1999.
Air Canada 737-200 1976 Boeing 737-200 Pratt & Whitney JT8D-9 840 km/h 100 Retired in 2004.
Air Canada 767-200 1982-1995 Boeing 767-200 Pratt & Whitney JT9D-7R4D 853 km/h 24 executive, 183 economy Retired in 2008.
Air Canada 767-300ER Air Canada C-FCAG-a.jpg 1988-2001 Boeing 767-300ER Pratt & Whitney 4060-2 or General Electric CF6-80C2 853 km/h 24/25 executive, 187/166 economy Series partially retired/transferred to Air Canada Rouge.
Air Canada 747-400 1990 Boeing 747-400 GE CF6- 80C2B1F 920 km/h 421 Retired in 2003.
Air Canada 747-400 Combi 1990 Boeing 747-400 Pratt & Whitney 4056 917 km/h 42 executive, 253 economy Retired in 2003.
Air Canada A320-200 1991-1997 Airbus A320-200 CFM56-5A1 or CFM56-5B4 837 km/h 20 executive, 120 economy Series partially retired 2007.
Air Canada CRJ-100 1994-1997 Bombardier CRJ-100ER CF34-3A1 50 economy Transferred to Air Canada Jazz 2002.
Air Canada A340-300 Air Canada A340-300-a.jpg 1995 Airbus A340-300 CFM CFM56-5C4 869 km/h 30 executive, 256 economy Retired in 2008.
Air Canada A319-100 Air Canada C-GARG-a.jpg 1996 Airbus A319-100 CFM CFM56-5A1 or CFM56-5B6 837 km/h 14 executive, 106 economy Series partially transferred to Air Canada Rouge.
Air Canada A340-500 2004 Airbus A340-500 Rolls-Royce Trent 553-61 880 km/h 42 executive, 225 economy Retired in 2007.
Air Canada Embraer 175 2005 Embraer 175 CF34-8E5A1 9 executive, 64 economy Transferred to Air Canada Express 2013.
Air Canada Embraer 190 Air Canada C-FLWE-a.jpg 2006 Embraer 190 CF34-10E5A1 811 km/h 9 executive, 84 economy
  • Series partially retired.

Classes

Air Canada has 5 seat classes for their aircraft.[3]

Class Aircraft Notes
International Business
  • Pod-based seating.
  • Alcohol and comfort pack.
  • Hot meal.
  • Entertainment system with USB port.
  • Adjustable head/leg rests, massage function.
  • Priority boarding/security.
Business
  • Domestic/American travel.
  • Alcohol and comfort pack.
  • Hot meal.
  • Entertainment system with USB port.
  • Adjustable head/leg rests.
  • Priority boarding/security.
Premium Economy
  • Alcohol and comfort pack.
  • Hot meal.
  • Entertainment system with USB port.
  • Priority boarding/security.
International Economy
  • Hot meal.
  • Entertainment system with USB port.
Economy
  • Domestic/American travel.
  • Entertainment system with USB port.

Destinations

Destinations listed are served by Air Canada's primary operations only. For flights operated by Air Canada Rouge or Air Canada Express, please check their respectable pages.
Please see Air Canada Destinations.

Flights

Please see Air Canada Flights.

References

  1. http://www.aircanada.com/en/about/acfamily/index.html
  2. http://www.aircanada.com/en/about/investor/documents/2015_AIF.pdf
  3. http://www.aircanada.com/en/travelinfo/onboard/cabincomfort.html
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Airports and Operators
Hubs Calgary International Airport - Toronto Pearson International Airport - Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport - Vancouver International Airport
Focus Cities Edmonton International Airport - Halifax Stanfield International Airport - Ottawa Macdonald-Cartier International Airport -

Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport

Subsidiaries Air Canada Express (opb Air Georgian/Exploits Valley Air Services/Jazz Aviation LP/Sky Regional Airlines) - Air Canada Rouge - Air Canada Cargo
Routes
Mainline 1-99 - 100-199 - 200-299 - 300-399 - 400-499 - 500-599 - 600-699 - 700-799 - 800-899 - 900-999 - 1000-1099 - 1100-1199 - 1200-1299 - 1300-1399 - 1400-1499
Express - Air Georgian 7200-7349 - 7350-7449
Express - Sky Regional 7450-7549 - 7550-7649 - 7650-7749
Express - EVAS 7750-7799 - 7800-7849
Express - Jazz 7900-7999 - 8000-8099 - 8100-8199 - 8200-8299 - 8300-8399 - 8400-8499 - 8500-8599 - 8600-8699 - 8700-8799 - 8800-8899 - 8900-8999
Rouge 1600-1699 - 1700-1799 - 1800-1899 - 1900-1999
Destinations Air Canada - Express - Rouge
Aircraft
Narrow-Body Airbus A319-100 - Airbus A320-200 - Airbus A321-200 (2015) - Airbus A321-200 - Airbus A320-200 (2015) - Embraer 190 - Boeing 737 MAX 8
Wide-Body Airbus A330-300 - Boeing 767-300ER - Boeing 777-200LR - Boeing 777-300ER - Boeing 777-300ER (2013) - Boeing 787-8 - Boeing 787-9 - Boeing 777-300ER (2016) - A330-300 (2019)
Airlines of North America
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Air Canada
Air Canada Express
Air Canada Rouge
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United States
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