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  1. List of Air Canada destinations - Wikipedia

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    Air Canada is the world's 10th largest passenger airline by fleet size, and the airline is a founding member of Star Alliance. In 2014, Air Canada together with its Air Canada Express regional partners carried over 38 million passengers. Between them, they operate on average more than 1,500 scheduled flights daily.

  2. Air Canada began on September 1, 1937. It was first called Trans-Canada Air Lines. The first flight was from Vancouver to Seattle. The airline's name changed to Air Canada in 1964. Air Canada was privatized in 1989. A large strike was launched by Air Canada pilots in September 1998. Air Canada bought Canadian Airlines in 2000.

  3. Air Canada - Wikipedia

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    Air Canada is the banner cairier an lairgest airline o Canadae bi fleet size an passengers cairied. References This page wis last eeditit on 14 Mairch 2018, at 03:45. ...

  4. Air Canada Express - Wikipedia

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    Air Canada Express is a brand name under which two regional airlines operate feeder flights for Air Canada.They primarily connect smaller cities with Air Canada's domestic hub airports and focus cities, although they offer some point-to-point and international (United States) service; for example, direct service from Toronto (YYZ) to Boston (BOS).

  5. Air Canada — Wikipédia

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    Air Canada exploite en permanence depuis le 16 février 2017 une liaison directe entre Montréal et Shanghai qui est le premier service direct offert entre Montréal et l'Asie [34]. Début 2018, Air Canada annonce l'agrandissement de son centre de services d'affaires situé à Saint-Jean [35].

  6. Air Canada Rouge - Wikipedia

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    Air Canada Rouge, rouge meaning "red" in French, is a low-cost airline and subsidiary of Air Canada.It is fully integrated into the Air Canada mainline and Air Canada Express networks; flights are sold with AC flight numbers but are listed as "operated by Air Canada Rouge" (similar to regional flights operated under the Air Canada Express banner).

  7. Air Canada Flight 797 - Wikipedia

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    After this incident, Air Canada sold the right wing of this DC-9 aircraft to Ozark Air Lines to repair a damaged airplane. On 20 December 1983 Ozark Air Lines Flight 650, served by a DC-9 with tail number N994Z, had hit a snow plow in Sioux Falls, killing the snow plow operator and separating the right wing from the aircraft.

  8. Air Canada – Wikipedia

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    Air Canada skapades som dotterbolag till det statliga järnvägsbolaget Canadian National Railway (CNR), 10 april 1937. Bolaget fick namnet Trans-Canada Airlines ( TCA ). Den 1 september 1937 flög det första flygplanet, från Vancouver till Seattle i USA , med två passagerare och post.

  9. Air Canada memiliki usia rata-rata armada 8.9 tahun, pada April 2008. Air Canada memiliki pilihan untuk 18 Boeing 777, 23 Boeing 787 Dreamliner dan 60 Embraer E190. Air Canada adalah maskapai Amerika Utara pertama yang mengoperasikan Airbus A319, A340-300, A340-500, Boeing 777-200LR dan Boeing 777-300ER.

  10. Trans-Canada Air Lines - Wikipedia

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    Trans-Canada Air Lines (also known as TCA in English, and Air Canada in French) was a Canadian airline that operated as the country's flag carrier. Its corporate headquarters were in Montreal, Quebec. Its first president was Gordon Roy McGregor.