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  1. Air Canada - Wikipedia

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    Air Canada's predecessor, Trans-Canada Air Lines (TCA), was created by federal legislation as a subsidiary of Canadian National Railway (CNR) on 11 April 1937. The newly created Department of Transport under Minister C. D. Howe desired an airline under government control to link cities on the Atlantic coast to those on the Pacific coast.

    • "Fly The Flag"
    • 189 (excl. subsidiaries)
  2. Category:Air Canada - Wikipedia

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    Wikimedia Commons has media related to Air Canada.: Subcategories. This category has the following 4 subcategories, out of 4 total.

  3. Canadian Airlines - Wikipedia

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    Air Canada rejected the offer. On August 31, 1999, Air Canada adopted a poison pill aimed at thwarting any takeover bid. It was later (Sep 24, 1999) revealed by Kevin Benson that merger talks had occurred between Canadian Airlines and Air Canada in early 1999 with Air Canada abandoning the talks.

    • 1987 (amalgamation)
    • Oneworld (1999-2000)
    • defunct (formerly Canadian Plus)
    • January 1, 2001 (acquired by Air Canada)
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  5. 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.Air Canada Rouge 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).

  6. 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).

  7. Air Canada - Wikipedia

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    Air Canada ye l'aereollinia nacional de Canadá.El so centru d'operaciones ta allugáu nel Aeropuertu Internacional Pierre Elliott Trudeau de Montreal, Quebec, Canadá.La empresa, fundada'l 10 d'abril de 1936, ye unu de los miembros fundadores de l'alianza d'aerollinies Star Alliance.

  8. Gimli Glider - Wikipedia

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    Air Canada Flight 143 was a Canadian scheduled domestic passenger flight between Montreal and Edmonton that ran out of fuel on July 23, 1983, at an altitude of 41,000 feet (12,000 m), midway through the flight.

  9. Vince Carter - Wikipedia

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    Some fans raised money to fly a "Keep Vince, Trade Peddie" banner over the Air Canada Centre just before Carter's annual charity game. When Rob Babcock was questioned about the trade speculations, he denied Carter asked for a trade but indiscreetly revealed Carter's agent had approached him with a trade request.

  10. 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.

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