Air Canada

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Air Canada was founded in 1937 as Trans-Canada Air Lines. The name was switched on New Year’s Day, 1965. There are over 170 airplanes in the airline’s fleet, flying to over 180 destinations worldwide.

A founding member of the Star Alliance, the airlineĀ is headquartered at the Air Canada Centre on the grounds of Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport (YUL) in Dorval, Quebec.



Air Canada Airplanes

C-FDRP Airbus A320

C-FEKH Embraer ERJ-175 (Air Canada Express / Sky Regional Airlines)

C-FFWN Airbus A320

C-FHNW Embraer ERJ-190AR

C-FITU Boeing 777-300ER

C-FIVK Boeing 777-200LR

C-FJNX Airbus A321

C-FKSV Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner

C-FNAW Embraer ERJ-190AR

C-FNAX Embraer ERJ-190AR

C-FNNH Boeing 777-200LR

C-FNOE Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner

C-FNOH Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner

C-FRQN Embraer ERJ-175LR (Air Canada Express/Sky Regional Airlines)

C-FRTG Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner (new livery)

C-FTJO Airbus A320

C-FTJQ Airbus A320

C-FXJF Embraer ERJ-175 (Air Canada Express/Sky Regional Airlines)

C-FZUL Airbus A319

C-GBZR Boeing 767-300ER

C-GGNZ Bombardier Dash 8 Q400 (Air Canada Express / Jazz Air)

C-GHKX Airbus A330-300

C-GITU Airbus A321 (Star Alliance livery)

C-GORF Beechcraft 1900D (Air Canada Express / Air Georgian)

C-GQCA Airbus A320-200 (Air Canada Jetz)

C-GSCA Boeing 767-300ER

C-FKJZ Bombardier CRJ-705 (Air Canada Express)

 

 

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