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Established in 1937, Air Canada is both the largest airline carrier in Canada and also the national airline. With its headquarters in Montreal, Canada and its busiest hub at Toronto Pearson International Airport, Air Canada is an international airline with services to 81 international destinations, as well as 21 domestic routes and, combined with its regional partners, Air Canada has airline services to 182 destinations in 47 countries around the world. Air Canada’s services reach 6 continents, making it a popular choice for both Canadians and passengers around the world.

Air Canada is 10th in the world for major North American airlines in on-time arrivals, with 76% of their flights arriving on-time and 24% experiencing an average delay of 51 minutes. Air Canada is a Star Alliance Network member and also holds a 4-Star Airline Rating with Skytrax. Air Canada was also ranked as North America’s top airline for 2017 by Skytrax’s customer opinion survey, which is the 6th time they’ve won this award. Air Canada is also committed to corporate responsibility and, through its Air Canada Foundation, Air Canada helps support hundreds of charities, both domestically and around the world. Not only does Air Canada support charities, but Air Canada employees also donate their time and energy to volunteering in local initiatives all across Canada through The Volunteer Involvement Program that was created to both support and recognize the fantastic volunteer efforts of Air Canada employees.

Make sure that you get the best Air Canada airline ticket prices and cheap international flights on your next booking by subscribing to cheap flights uk ’s Price Alert for your next travel destination. Air Canada is a major airline that has flight services to international destinations all over the world. From their main hub at Toronto Pearson International Airport, here are some popular domestic and international flights that Air Canada flies:

Air Canada Domestic:

  • Toronto, Canada to Vancouver, Canada—5h 10mins, from $719.
  • Toronto, Canada to Halifax, Nova Scotia—2h, from $477.
  • Toronto, Canada to Edmonton, Alberta—4h 15mins, from $553.
  • Toronto, Canada to Winnipeg, Manitoba—2h 35mins, from$564.
  • Toronto, Canada to Calgary, Alberta—4h 20mins, from $583.
  • Toronto, Canada to Whitehorse, Yukon—8h 31mins, from$1531.
  • Toronto, Canada to London, Ontario—45mins, from $243.
  • Toronto, Canada to Montreal, Quebec—1h 15min, from $284.
  • Toronto, Canada to Saskatoon, Saskatchewan—3h 35mins, from$695.
  • Toronto, Canada to St. John’s, Newfoundland—2h 55mins, from$678.

Air Canada International:

  • Toronto, Canada to London, England—7h, from $681.
  • Toronto, Canada to San Diego, USA—5h 20mins, from $959.
  • Toronto, Canada to New York City, USA—1h 30mins, from $364.
  • Toronto, Canada to Paris, France—7h 15mins, from $1205.
  • Toronto, Canada to Madrid, Spain—7h 30mins, from $1682.
  • Toronto, Canada to Rome, Italy—8h 30mins, from $1564.
  • Toronto, Canada to Sydney, Australia—22h, from $2545.
  • Toronto, Canada to West Palm Beach, USA—3h 5mins, from $871.
  • Toronto, Canada to Dublin, Ireland—6h 40mins, from $1230.
  • Toronto, Canada to Beijing, China—13h 25mins, from $1446.

10 Major Airports/Hubs serviced by Air Canada

Air Canada has airline services to over 81 international destinations, with services in many major airports. Here are ten major airports that Air Canada services and the corresponding terminal that you will find Air Canada in.

  • Vancouver Canada; Vancouver International Airport:Air Canada is located in the domestic terminal.
  • New York City, USA; LaGuardia Airport: Air Canada is located in Terminal B.
  • Chicago, USA; O’Hare International Airport: Air Canada is located in Terminal 2.
  • Madrid, Spain; Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport: Air Canada is located in Terminal 1.
  • Rome, Italy; Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport: Air Canada is located in Terminal 3.
  • Paris, France; Charles de Gaulle Airport: Air Canada is located in Terminal 2A.
  • São Paulo, Brazil; São Paulo-Guarulhos International Airport: Air Canada is located in Terminal 3.
  • Tokyo, Japan; Narita International Airport: Air Canada is located in Terminal 1.
  • London, England; London Heathrow International Airport: Air Canada is located in Terminal 2.
  • Cancún, Mexico; Cancún International Airport: Air Canada is located in Terminal 2.

Types of Planes In Service for Air Canada

The current Air Canada fleet is large, with many more planes on order to meet both customer demand and to replace older models in the fleet. Air Canada operates 3 brands of aircraft, with Airbus models (A319-100, A320-200, A330-300), Boeing models (737 MAX 8, 767-300ER, 777-200LR, 777-300ER, 787-8, 787-9), and Embraer (190) with 45 Bombardier CS300 models on order. The total number of aircraft in Air Canada’s fleet is 174.