Air Canada

Air Canada has hubs in Toronto - Vancouver and Montreal


By 2014 the 777 have arrived - 2009 fleet update

In 2005 they used 126 aircraft from Airbus: 10 A340-300 and 2 A340-500, 8 A330-300, 10 A321, 48 A320, 48 A319. They also used 45 Boeing 767 and had stored 10 more Boeing 767. One Boeing 747-400 was stored and one was sold in 2005. Two Boeing 747-200 were stored. Also 10 Boeing 737-200 were stored. 9 Embraer 170/175 were active with Air Canada and 16 Canadair Regional Jet (CRJ-100ER). In November2005 it was announced that Air Canada was buying Boeing 777 and 787 Dreamliners.

In 2005 Air Canada Jazz used 36 Canadair Regional Jet with an average age of 2,9 years old. 2 BAe 146 / Avro RJ were also used. Website: Air Canada Jetz used 4 A320-200 delivered in 2003.

In 2003 Air Canada had a fleet of 47 Boeing 767, mostly ER (Extended Range). They were also using 9 Airbus A340 , 8 Airbus A330 and 3 Boeing 747-400 Combi airplanes. Air Canada and Tango used some 113 aircraft of the Airbus A320 family. They were also flying 9 Boeing 737-200 and 10 BAe 146-200 in 2004. They also used a total of 35 Canadair Regional Jets. They also used a total of 54 de Havilland propeller airplanes and 5 Beech 1900D.

In 2004 Air Canada was flying between Toronto and Asia (Tokyo, Hong Kong and Delhi) and also between Vancouver and Asia (Hong Kong, Tokyo, Osaka, Shanghai, Seoul, Beijing). Over the North Atlantic Air Canada was linking Vancouver and Toronto with cities in Europe like London, Paris, Glasgow, Amsterdam and Frankfurt. Air Canda was also flying between Canada and Latin America. They were also flying between Vancouver and Sydney via Honolulu. And off course they had domestic flights in Canada and flights to the USA.

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