Air Canada 777-200LR
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.
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. 
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. As part of these 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.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 777-200LR fleet was put into temporary storage in early 2020. A gradual return of the fleet started in December 2021, with C-FIUJ being the first 777-200LR of Air Canada to operate since grounding.
|General Electric GE90-110B1||40 Signature, 24 Premium Economy, 236 Economy|
|Class||Seats||Layout||Pitch||Width||Seat-Back Entertainment||Power Supply||USB||Wi-Fi||Washrooms|
|Premium Economy||24||2-4-2||37 in||20 in||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Economy||236||3-4-3||31 in||17 in||Yes||Yes||Yes|