The airline's Boeing 777-300ERs are being reconfigured with 458 seats, up from the previous 349, in work that will completed by 2016.
Boeing 767-300 C-FMWV (c/n 25586) on finals to St Maarten in the Dutch Antilles, one of the Caribbean leisure destinations for Air Canada’s low-cost subsidiary rouge.
A320-214 D-ABFP (msn 4606) on finals at Nuremberg in February 2015
With 71 examples, the A320 Family forms the backbone of Air Canada's short-haul fleet. Here A320-211 C-FFWJ (msn 150) departs Montreal.
Boeing 787-8 C-GHPU (c/n 35259), Air Canada’s third Dreamliner, climbing out from London Heathrow.
Air Canada will eventually operate 15 787-8s and 22 787-9s.
Despite its close partnership with majority stakeholder Etihad Airways, airberlin will continue to be part of the oneworld alliance.
PC-12 HB-FVI is used by the Sauber Formula One team to fly drivers around Europe. The aircraft is seen here in 2012, when it was delivered, and is painted to represent the team’s car that year.
The PC-12’s rugged construction makes the aircraft ideal for Australia's Royal Flying Doctor Service, which operates over 30 examples.
A 1,32m x 1,35m rear fuselage cargo door is opened hydraulically and closed electrically.
Dexter Air Taxi uses a fleet of PC-12s for flights in Russia.
The PC-12 can take nine passengers over 1,800 nautical miles from short, unprepared runways.
A double trailing link main undercarriage and low-pressure tyres make the aircraft suited to unprepared landing strips.
The spacious cabin is 5.16m long, 1,52m wide and 1.45m tall.
Each pilot has a primary flight display and there are two multi-function displays, one each for systems and situational awareness
Each screen can be sub-divided into 1/6th, 1/3rd or 2/3rd sections to present different data, such as engine parameters or navigation information, in the same display.
Airberlin operates seven A319s, including D-ABFO (msn 3728), pictured at Hamburg.
Airberlin has reaffirmed its commitment to NIKI, its Austrian-based subsidiary that operates A320 family aircraft - A321-211 OO- LEW (msn 4611) is seen during pushback at Berlin Tegel.
The consolidation of Air Canada’s operations in Terminal 3 at Toronto Pearson International Airport has helped the carrier, according to its executives.