Air Canada

Air Canada

IATA Code      AC

Year Founded      1937

Destinations         222

Number of aircraft in fleet        189

Headquarters        Montreal, Canada

About Air Canada

Canada’s largest domestic and international airline, and bearer of the iconic maple leaf livery, serves more than 200 airports on six continents. Air Canada has hubs across the country in Vancouver, Toronto and Montreal, as well as a fleet of more than 390 aircraft. This fleet is one of the youngest and most environmentally friendly in the world.

Onboard an Air Canada flight, cabin classes fall into the categories of Economy, Premium Economy, and Business Class (also known as Air Canada Signature Class). Passengers can fly direct from Australia to Canada on the airline, with a flight from Brisbane to Vancouver taking about 13 and a half hours. Air Canada is a member of the Star Alliance network of airlines.

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