Air Canada 777-200LR

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Air Canada's 777-200LR are Boeing 777-200LRs were built between 2007 and 2008. Originally ordered to replace the A340-500s in 2007, they are primarily used for long haul flights, such as to Australia and India. All aircraft are configured with 300 seats; 40 International Business Class/Signature Class seats, 24 Premium Economy seats and 236 Economy Class seats.

As part of the Dreamliner upgrades, all six aircraft received cabin upgrades by June 2016, replacing the original "Project-XM" seating with new seats and bulkheads similar to the 787 fleet.

Configurations

Engine Range Seating
General Electric GE90-110B1 17,446 km 40 Signature Class/International Business, 24 Premium Economy, 236 Economy

Interior Details

Standard (77L)

  • 40 International Business Class seats
    • 1-2-1 business class suites
    • 3 lavatories
    • Streaming entertainment available on certain, wifi-equipped aircraft
    • Power ports and USB
    • Complimentary meals and drinks
  • 24 Premium Economy seats
    • 2-4-2 standard seats at 38" pitch
    • Streaming entertainment available on certain, wifi-equipped aircraft
    • Power ports and USB
    • Complimentary meals and drinks
  • 236 Economy Class seats
    • 3-4-3 standard seats at 31" pitch
    • 5 bathrooms
    • Streaming entertainment available on certain, wifi-equipped aircraft
    • Power ports and USB
    • Complimentary meals and drinks

History

The initial order for this series of aircraft was made in November 2005, alongside an order for Boeing 777-300ER, Boeing 787-8 and Boeing 787-9 aircraft. The initial order was for 6 777-200LRs, which remained unchanged. This fleet was purchased to replace the Airbus A340-300 and part of the Boeing 767-300ER fleet, for service on higher capacity routes. [1]

To standardize the international fleet, this series interior was reconfigured starting in 2015 to a similar style of the Boeing 787 interior, including Premium Economy seating.[2]

Fleet Count Timeline
2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018
3 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6

Details

New Aircraft

Fleet Number Registration Thumbnail Construction Number Line Number Airframe First Flight Delivery In-Service First Flight In-Service Final Flight Configuration Notes
701 C-FIUA 35239 640 13 June 2007 25 June 2007 77L
702 C-FIUF 35243 651 14 July 2007 07 Aug 2007 77L
703 C-FIUJ Air Canada 703 C-FIUJ-a.jpg 35244 679 20 Nov 2007 30 Nov 2007 77L
  • Painted in 2017 livery January 2018.
704 C-FIVK 35245 689 05 Jan 2008 15 Jan 2008 77L
705 C-FNND 35246 695 31 Jan 2008 14 Feb 2008 77L
  • Leased from BBAM
  • Painted in 2017 livery January 2018.
706 C-FNNH 35247 699 18 Feb 2008 28 Feb 2008 77L
  • Leased from BBAM
  • Painted in 2017 livery November 2017.


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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) - Boeing 737 MAX 8 - Airbus A220-300
Wide-Body Airbus A330-300 - Boeing 777-200LR - Boeing 777-300ER - Boeing 777-300ER (2013) - Boeing 787-8 - Boeing 787-9 - Boeing 777-300ER (2016) - A330-300 (2019)
Retired Boeing 767-300ER - Embraer 190