Air Canada Flights

Information about Air Canada

The airlines, a member of the Star Alliance group, provides extensive air transport for passengers as well as cargo to over 182 destinations around the world. The airlines occupies the position of the world’s tenth largest passenger airline for the size of its fleet. Along with other major airlines, it also holds the distinction of flying to all the six inhabited continents of the world. One of Canada’s well managed companies, the airlines has been recognized as a 4 Star Airline and best International Airline in North America by Skytrax.

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Along with its subsidiaries, the company operates more than 1530 scheduled Air Canada flights on a daily basis. Experience seamless connections to Asia and Europe from over 50 US cities. When you book Air Canada flights you can save on airline tickets worldwide and also enjoy several privileges that include:

  • Any-time flight changes
  • Same-day airport changes
  • Superior service and comfort
  • Aeroplan Frequent Flyer program
Effective from March 2016 the Government of Canada has introduced the Electronic Travel Authorization for foreign nationals with visa exemption, transiting or travelling to Canada by air. Air Canada flights operate to 21 domestic destinations and more than 81 international destinations across America, Asia, Europe and Oceania. All flights have an excellent in-flight entertainment system that includes personal touch-screen TVs, audio jacks and in-seat USB and power ports for charging.

Air Canada operates an extensive fleet of Airbus A330, Boeing 787, Boeing 777, and Boeing 767 wide body jetliners on its long-haul routes. The short-haul routes uses aircraft from the Airbus A320 family aircraft and includes A321, A320, and A319 variations and the Embraer E190 family aircraft. Those flying to Canada can take advantage of flights to Canada from destinations across the six continents of the world. Check out the various deals offered from time to time by the airlines and get great fares and much more out when you travel to Canada.

Air Canada Fleet: 204 aircraft

Air Canada Fleet Details:

Aircraft Type Aircraft Aircraft Number
Airbus A319 Airbus A319-100 37
Airbus A320 Airbus A320-200 36
Airbus A321 Airbus A321-200 10
Airbus A330 Airbus A330-300 8
Boeing 767 Boeing 767-300 35
Boeing 777 Boeing 777-200 6
Boeing 777-300 12
Embraer ERJ-170 Embraer ERJ-175 15
Embraer ERJ-190 Embraer ERJ-190 45

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Hub : Air Canada operate mainly from Toronto - Lester B. Pearson airport (YYZ).

Toronto - Lester B. Pearson International (YYZ / CYYZ)

Foundation date : 10-04-1937

Operations Started : 01-06-1964

Fleet Age (years) : 14.6

Air Canada - Alliances and frequent flyer program : Air Canada joined Star Alliance alliance. Air Canada Frequent Flyer program is Aeroplan.

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Flights Denver Brisbane DEN - BNE $2236 27 December to 17 January
Flights Vancouver Paris YVR - PAR $895 13 February
Flights Vancouver Dublin YVR - DUB $2050 13 February
Flights Bergen Negril BGO - NEG $1248 21 April to 05 May
Flights Venice Santa Clara VCE - SNU $756 01 to 16 December
Flights Sydney Auckland YQY - AKL $2430 11 to 15 March
Flights Sydney Havana SYD - HAV $2038 14 to 22 April
Flights Brisbane Fort Lauderdale BNE - FLL $2232 09 December to 03 January
Flights Sydney Zagreb YQY - ZAG $1396 02 July to 05 August
Flights Sydney Bangkok YQY - BKK $1554 22 March to 05 April
Flights Brisbane Los Angeles BNE - LAX $1791 03 to 23 July
Flights Windsor Charlottetown YQG - YYG $345 17 March
Flights Montreal Saint John YMQ - YSJ $315 02 March
Flights Los Angeles Dublin LAX - DUB $956 24 to 30 August
Flights Calgary Beirut YYC - BEY $1357 02 to 09 March

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Air Canada (AC/ACA)

Canada’s largest airline and flag carrier, Air Canada was founded in 1937 and has its corporate headquarters in Montreal, Quebec. The airlines operate from Toronto-Lester B. Pearson airport. Initially incorporated as Trans-Canada Airlines, the name was changed to Air Canada in 1964 by an Act of Parliament.