Air International 2015-07
A.Spaeth - Air Canada on the Climb /Commercial/
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.
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.
The consolidation of Air Canada’s operations in Terminal 3 at Toronto Pearson International Airport has helped the carrier, according to its executives.