July 2, 2022
Air Canada
History

7/01/2013: First Flight of Air Canada Rouge

Air Canada Rouge’s (RV) inaugural flight with Airbus A319ceo departed from Toronto (YYZ) bound for Kingston, Jamaica.

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Airlines Industry

Air Canada Cuts Summer Flight Schedules

By making “meaningful reductions” to its summer schedule, Air Canada (AC) hopes it will bring operational stability.

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Airlines Routes

Air Canada’s First Nonstop Service to Southeast Asia

The proposed route will be the first time Air Canada (AC) flies nonstop to the region.

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Airlines

Menzies Aviation, Air Canada Extend Partnership in Europe

This is how the global aviation logistics specialist serves Air Canada (AC) at its European destinations.

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Airlines Routes

Air Canada Debuts Nonstop Milan-Montreal Service

This is the only carrier to offer year-round nonstop flights between Italy and Canada.

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Airports

New International Arrivals Facility Fully Open at SEATAC

Discover how the new SEATAC International Arrivals Facility (IAF) improves the passenger experience.

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Airlines

Air Canada Cargo Inaugurates Halifax Service

Air Canada (AC) subsidiary, Air Canada Cargo, operated its first dedicated freighter flight into Nova Scotia today.

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Airlines

Air Canada’s One-day Passenger Load Surpasses 100,000

For the first time since the start of the pandemic, Air Canada (AC) has flown more than 100,000 passengers in a single day.

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Airlines

Air Canada Signs 26 Airbus A321XLR Aircraft

Air Canada (AC) has announced the purchase of 26 Airbus A321neo extra-long range (XLR) aircraft to cover all North American and select transatlantic destinations. The new aircraft will also provide additional comfort to consumers and increase the carrier’s fuel efficiency to help it meet its environmental goals.

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Today in Aviation

Today in Aviation: Wardair Acquired by Rival Canadian Airlines

DALLAS – Today in Aviation, Wardair Canada (WD) was acquired by rival Canadian Airlines International (CP) in 1989 in a deal worth C$250m. The takeover would give CP a ready-made network in Eastern Canada, where it previously had little market share. The purchase also gave the CP access to numerous new routes, including the UK […]

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