Big Dreams

Air Canada “got the keys” to its very first Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner early in the morning on Sunday, May 18. After a small celebration at Boeing’s Everett Delivery Center near Seattle, Wash., a select group of Air Canada executives and employees boarded C-GHPQ (Fin #801), for the plane’s first flight to Canada. The trip to Air Canada’s main operational base in Toronto (YYZ) was a short three hours, 48 minutes at a cruising altitude of 41,000 feet.

June 30th, 2014|

Modeling Change

Air Canada rouge 767-300 on final at YYZ. Photo: Tom Podolec Air Canada rouge 767-300 on final at YYZ. Photo: Tom Podolec

Written for Aviation Week & Space Technology – June 14, 2014

Like United Airlines and Delta Air Lines, Air Canada has experimented with low-fare […]

June 14th, 2014|