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==History==
 
==History==
In 2001, upon merger with [[Canadian Airlines International]], the Canadian A320 fleet was transferred to Air Canada. With the start-up of Air Canada's low-cost subsidiary [[Air Canada Tango]], most of the Canadian A320 fleet was converted to Tango service. When Tango ended in 2003, the fleet was transferred back to mainline Air Canada. 5 aircraft would subsequently be transferred to charter operations under [[Air Canada Jetz]], with one frame returning to mainline in 2012.
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In 2001, upon merger with [[Canadian Airlines International]], the Canadian A320 fleet was transferred to Air Canada. With the start-up of Air Canada's low-cost subsidiary [[Air Canada Tango]], most of the Canadian A320 fleet was converted to Tango service. When Tango ended in 2003, the fleet was transferred back to mainline Air Canada. 5 aircraft would subsequently be transferred to charter operations under [[Air Canada Jetz]]. Most of the aircraft were eventually returned to mainline service.
  
 
With delivery of the [[Boeing 737 MAX 8]] and [[Airbus A220-300]], retirement of this series will commence with delivery of the new aircraft in 2019. 11 airframes are expected to be retired by the end of 2019.<ref>https://www.aircanada.com/content/dam/aircanada/portal/documents/PDF/en/quarterly-result/2017/2017_MDA_q4.pdf</ref> Some of the retired fleet will be transferred to [[Air Canada Rouge]].<ref>https://www.aircanada.com/content/dam/aircanada/portal/documents/PDF/en/quarterly-result/2018/2018_MDA_q2.pdf</ref>
 
With delivery of the [[Boeing 737 MAX 8]] and [[Airbus A220-300]], retirement of this series will commence with delivery of the new aircraft in 2019. 11 airframes are expected to be retired by the end of 2019.<ref>https://www.aircanada.com/content/dam/aircanada/portal/documents/PDF/en/quarterly-result/2017/2017_MDA_q4.pdf</ref> Some of the retired fleet will be transferred to [[Air Canada Rouge]].<ref>https://www.aircanada.com/content/dam/aircanada/portal/documents/PDF/en/quarterly-result/2018/2018_MDA_q2.pdf</ref>
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:''Fleet count does not include aircraft assigned to [[Air Canada Jetz]].''
 
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==Details==  
 
==Details==  
 
===New Aircraft===
 
===New Aircraft===

Revision as of 20:33, 7 September 2019

Air Canada's A320-200 fleet are Airbus A320-211s delivered from 1990 up to 2003. All planes have a capacity of 146 passengers (14 business and 132 economy). This series has a range of 4,442 km, designed for domestic/North American flight.

These A320s primarily operate domestic service west of Montreal along with service to California and Florida-based airports. They occasionally appear at east-coast airports, Newark or vacation locations.

Engine Seating
CFM56-5A1 or CFM56-5B4 14 Business, 132 Economy

Interior Details

New Standard (A320 V2)

  • 14 business class suites
    • 2-2 business class seats
    • 1 bathroom
    • Streaming entertainment
    • Power ports
    • Meals for purchase, complementary snacks and drinks
  • 132 economy class seats
    • 3-3 standard seats (with 36 preferred seats with extra legroom)
    • 2 bathrooms
    • Streaming entertainment
    • Power ports
    • Meals for purchase, complementary snacks and drinks

Old Standard (A320 V1)

  • 24 business class suites
    • 2-2 business class seats
    • 1 bathroom
    • Meals for purchase, complementary snacks and drinks
  • 120 economy class seats
    • 3-3 standard seats (with 36 preferred seats with extra legroom)
    • 2 bathrooms
    • Meals for purchase, complementary snacks and drinks

History

In 2001, upon merger with Canadian Airlines International, the Canadian A320 fleet was transferred to Air Canada. With the start-up of Air Canada's low-cost subsidiary Air Canada Tango, most of the Canadian A320 fleet was converted to Tango service. When Tango ended in 2003, the fleet was transferred back to mainline Air Canada. 5 aircraft would subsequently be transferred to charter operations under Air Canada Jetz. Most of the aircraft were eventually returned to mainline service.

With delivery of the Boeing 737 MAX 8 and Airbus A220-300, retirement of this series will commence with delivery of the new aircraft in 2019. 11 airframes are expected to be retired by the end of 2019.[1] Some of the retired fleet will be transferred to Air Canada Rouge.[2]

Fleet Count Timeline
1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018
7 19 31 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 39 36 48 47 46 46 37 37 37 36 36 39 39 39 39 38 38 38
Fleet count does not include aircraft assigned to Air Canada Jetz.

Details

New Aircraft

Fleet Number Registration Thumbnail Airframe First Flight Delivery In-Service First Flight In-Service Final Flight Configuration Notes
201 C-FDQQ 27 Oct 1989 19 Jan 1990 N/A A320 V2
202 C-FDQV 23 Oct 1989 3 Feb 1990 N/A 01 Apr 2019 (YWG-YYZ - ACA260) A320 V2 RETIRED
April 2019
203 C-FDRH Air Canada C-FDRH-a.jpg 14 Nov 1989 17 Feb 1990 N/A 06 Sep 2019 (YUL-YYZ - ACA427) A320 V2 RETIRED
September 2019
  • Star Alliance Livery.
204 C-FDRK 18 Dec 1989 13 Mar 1990 N/A A320 V2
  • Star Alliance Livery
205 C-FDRP 27 Aug 1990 25 Oct 1990 N/A A320 V2
206 C-FDSN 19 Sep 1990 13 Nov 1990 N/A A320 V2
207 C-FDST 25 Sep 1990 23 Nov 1990 N/A A320 V2
208 C-FDSU 26 Oct 1990 11 Jan 1991 N/A A320 V2
209 C-FFWI 7 Dec 1990 8 Feb 1991 N/A A320 V2
210 C-FFWJ 11 Dec 1990 18 Feb 1991 N/A A320 V2
211 C-FFWM 4 Jan 1991 6 Mar 1991 N/A A320 V2
212 C-FFWN 3 Jan 1991 4 Mar 1991 N/A A320 V2
213 C-FTJO 27 Feb 1991 6 May 1991 N/A A320 V2
214 C-FTJP 10 Jul 1991 16 Oct 1991 N/A A320 V2 RETIRED
March 2015
215 C-FTJQ 3 Sep 1991 28 Oct 1991 N/A A320 V2
216 C-FTJR 12 Oct 1991 15 Nov 1991 N/A A320 V2
217 C-FTJS 25 Sep 1991 27 Nov 1991 N/A A320 V2
218 C-FGYL Air Canada C-FGYL-a.jpg 30 Sep 1991 2 Dec 1991 N/A A320 V2
219 C-FGYS 30 Sep 1991 10 Dec 1991 N/A A320 V2
220 C-FKCK Air Canada C-FKCK-a.jpg 29 Oct 1991 17 Jan 1992 N/A A320 V2
221 C-FKCO 27 Nov 1991 6 Feb 1992 N/A A320 V2
222 C-FKCR 8 Jan 1992 20 Mar 1992 N/A A320 V2
223 C-FKPS 2 Mar 1992 13 May 1992 N/A A320 V2 RETIRED
May 2007
224 C-FKPO 13 Mar 1992 6 May 1992 N/A A320 V2 RETIRED
May 2007
225 C-FKPT 13 Apr 1992 19 Jun 1992 N/A A320 V2
226 C-FKOJ 4 May 1992 10 Jul 1992 N/A A320 V2
227 C-FKAJ 13 May 1992 16 Jul 1992 N/A A320 V2 RETIRED
February 2007
228 C-FPDN 4 Jun 1992 16 Sep 1992 N/A A320 V2
229 C-FMJK 9 Jun 1992 9 Sep 1992 N/A A320 V2 RETIRED
August 2007
230 C-FMST 2 Jul 1992 6 Oct 1992 N/A A320 V2 RETIRED
August 2007
231 C-FMSV 25 Aug 1992 3 Nov 1992 N/A A320 V2 RETIRED
June 2007
232 C-FMSX 20 Oct 1992 11 Feb 1993 N/A A320 V2
233 C-FMSY 9 Nov 1992 19 Feb 1993 N/A A320 V2 RETIRED
February 2007
234 C-FNNA 16 Apr 1993 22 Jun 1993 N/A A320 V2 RETIRED
February 2007
235 C-GJVT 28 Jan 2002 13 Mar 2002 N/A A320 V2
236 C-GKOD 6 Sep 2002 14 Oct 2002 N/A A320 V2
237 C-GKOE 23 Sep 2002 5 Nov 2002 N/A A320 V2
238 C-FZUB 21 Jan 2003 6 Mar 2003 N/A A320 V2
239 C-FXCD 6 May 2003 25 Jun 2003 N/A A320 V2
240 C-FZQS 7 Nov 2003 11 Dec 2003 N/A A320 V2

Used Aircraft

Ex-Canadian Airlines International

Fleet Number Registration Thumbnail Airframe First Flight Delivery In-Service First Flight In-Service Final Flight Configuration Notes
401 C-GPWG 7 Feb 1991 1 Apr 2001

30 Sep 2003


Jun 2012

N/A A320 V2
402 C-FPWE 8 Feb 1991 4 Apr 2001

30 Sep 2003


May 2012

N/A A320 V2
403 C-GQCA 2 May 1991 4 Apr 2001

30 Sep 2003


May 2012

N/A A320 V2
404 C-FPWD Air Canada C-FPWD-a.jpg 5 Jul 1991 1 Apr 2001

30 Sep 2003


Jun 2012

N/A A320 V2
405 C-FDCA 17 Jul 1991 1 Apr 2001

30 Sep 2003


Jun 2012

N/A A320 V2
406 C-FLSF 9 Dec 1991 4 Apr 2001

30 Sep 2003

N/A A320 V2 RETIRED
July 2006
407 C-FLSI 9 Dec 1991 4 Apr 2001 N/A A320 V2 RETIRED
November 2003
408 C-FLSS 13 Dec 1991 4 Apr 2001 N/A A320 V2
409 C-FMEQ 7 Feb 1992 4 Apr 2001

30 Sep 2003

N/A A320 V2 RETIRED
October 2007
410 C-FMES 18 Feb 1992 4 Apr 2001

30 Sep 2003

N/A A320 V2 RETIRED
December 2005
411 C-FLSU 27 Feb 1992 4 Apr 2001

30 Sep 2003

N/A A320 V2
415 C-FNVU 19 Jan 1993 4 Apr 2001

30 Sep 2003

N/A A320 V2
416 C-FNVV 25 Jan 1993 4 Apr 2001

30 Sep 2003

N/A A320 V2

References

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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)