Air Canada Express
|Founded||May 3, 2011|
|Fleet size||146 (September 2015)|
|Employees||24,426 (w. Air Canada)|
Originally known as Air Canada Jazz and Air Canada Alliance, operations were combined into the new Air Canada Express brand in mid-2011 when Sky Regional Airlines was contracted alongside Jazz Aviation LP to perform regional flights. As March 1, 2021 regional service was contracted to Jazz Aviation LP.
Air Canada Express service is provided by 2 airlines, operating under the Air Canada Express name and liveried aircraft.
Air Georgian operations ended with Air Canada in early 2020, with remaining aircraft transferred to Jazz Aviation LP.
In mid-2020, Exploits Valley Air Services ceased operations with Air Canada, who provided short-haul trips in eastern provinces.
|Model||Thumbnail||Year Delivered||Manufacturer||Model Number||Engines||Seating||Notes|
|Air Canada Express DH1||1986-1991||Bombardier||DHC-8-102||Pratt & Whitney PW120A||37 economy|
|Air Canada Express DH3||1989-1991||Bombardier||DHC-8-311||Pratt & Whitney PW123||40 economy|
|Air Canada Express 1900D||1993-1998||Beechcraft||1900D||PT6A-67D||17 economy|
|Air Canada Express CRJ-100ER||1995-1996||Bombardier||CRJ-100ER||GE CF34-3B1||50 economy|
- Destinations listed are served by Air Canada Express' operations only. For flights operated by Air Canada Rouge or Air Canada, please check their respective pages.
- Please see Air Canada Express Destinations.
- Calgary International Airport
- Montréal-Trudeau International Airport
- St. John's International Airport
- Hub for Exploits Valley Air Services operations.
- Toronto Pearson International Airport (Terminal 1)
- Vancouver International Airport
- Hub for Jazz Aviation LP operations.