Air Canada. Reviews, seat maps and photos of the aircrafts
Air Canada is national and the biggest air line company of Canada. Head office is located in Montreal but the airport of commission is International airport of Toronto Pearson.
Airline Company makes charter and regular passenger flights since 1937. For today route network of the company includes about 190 destinations. Member airlines Air Canada Cargo, Air Canada Express and Air Canada Rouge deal with cargo transportation and flights between small towns.
Air Canada is one of the founders of prestigious Star Alliance and is in top 10 of the biggest airlines companies of the world in fleet size.
Air Canada takes 16th place in the world in aviation safety “Rating of the most safe airlines companies 2016”.
4-STAR airline by SKYTRAX, represents good quality of services. SKYTRAX is a United Kingdom-based consultancy, which runs in 1999 the leading international Airline Rating system classifying airlines by the Quality of front-line product and staff service standards.
"Air Canada" takes 16 place in "AIRLINE SAFETY RATING 2017" by JACDEC. Jacdec (from 1989) has become a global source for professional and accurate aviation safety information for the benefit of companies, aviation professionals and individual travellers.You are here: Airlines / North American Airlines / Air Canada
Air Canada’s aircrafts
As of September 26, 2017 "Air Canada" operates a mainline fleet of 169 airplanes, 1 more are ordered. The average age of planes is 14.5 years.
The oldest aircraft is Boeing 767-300, with reg.number C-FCAB.
It is 29.5 years old. The newest one is Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner, with reg.number C-FRTW.
It is - 0.3 years old