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Air Canada

Air Canada is Canada's largest flag carrier. The airline was founded in 1937 with its corporate headquarters in Montreal, Quebec. The airline gives a provision of scheduled and charter air transportation for passengers and cargo to more than 240 destinations. It offers vacation packages to over 90 destinations through the Air Canada Vacations scheme. According to fleet size Air Canada is the world's 13th largest airline. Toronto Pearson International Airport is its largest hub. ACE Aviation Holdings is Air Canada's parent company. Air Canada is one of the founding member of Star Alliance, which represents the largest airline alliance in the world. Formed in 1997 Star Alliance now has 18 member airlines. North America voted Air Canada as the best airline on January 19, 2007. In 2006 air Canada had 34 million passengers. In 2007 Air Canada will be celebrating its 70th anniversary as an airline.

A fleet-wide non-smoking policy was introduced by Air Canada for the first time in the world. In the year 1989 Air Canada was privatized. In 1992 the enRoute card business was sold to the Diners Club. Air Canada is one of the founding member of the Star Alliance, that was born in May 1997. The airline is a sincere party to the alliance and code-shares with a number of alliance members. The company faced it's first pilot's strike on 2nd September 1998. In the later half of 1999 some of the aviation regulations were relaxed by the Canadian government. This was aimed at consolidating the Canadian airline industry. Air Canada became the world's twelfth largest commercial airline after acquiring Canadian Airlines in the January of 2001. A new logo, uniform and color scheme was unveiled on the 19th of October 2004. Silver-blue was the new color that was used to paint the Boeing 767-300. A different version of the maple leaf was used to adorn the tail of the aircraft.

By the later half of 2005 Air Canada's fleet consisted of the following aircrafts:
  • 18 Boeing 777s (10 -300ERs, 6 -200LRs, 2 777 Freighters)
  • 14 Boeing 787-8s
  • 18 Boeing 777s
  • 46 Boeing 787-8s and 9s.
Air Canada has one of the best flight and ground staff, who are known for their hospitality and good behavior. wishes you an enjoyable ride with Air Canada.

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