2 Boeing 777-300, 2 Airbus A340-500, 10 Airbus A340-300, 8 Airbus 330-300, 10 Boeing 767-200, 32 Boeing 767-300, 10 Airbus A321-200, 42 Airbus A320-200, 45 Airbus A319-100, 24 Embraer 190, 15 Embraer 175, 15 Canadair CRJ 705, 58 Canadair CRJ 100/200, 26 De Havilland Dash 8-300, 34 De Havilland Dash 8-100.
Air Canada’s predecessor Trans-Canada Airlines undertook its first flight on September 1st 1937 from Vancouver to Seattle. In 1964 the airline was given its present name and became an acknowledged state airline. In 1989, the airline was privatised; 11 years later Air Canada bought the second largest Canadian airline, Canadian Airlines International. In addition to the long-haul flights provided, an airline subsidiary, Air Canada Jazz, operates regional flights. Air Canada is a founding member of the Star Alliance.
Air Canada’s schedule connects 67 cities in Canada, and 53 destinations in the United States. In addition, 56 cities in Asia, Australia, Europe, the Caribbean, the Middle East, Mexico and South America are served. Hubs: Calgary, Montreal, Toronto, and Vancouver.