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Description: The 12th largest airline in the world, Air Canada provides scheduled and charter air transportation for passengers and cargo to over 160 destinations and vacation packages to over 90 destinations around the globe.
Air Canada Airlines Flight Information
Air Canada is the 12th largest commercial airline in the world. It comprises of 29,198 employees and is owned by the ACE Aviation Holidays. Air Canada provides scheduled and charter air transportation for passengers and cargo to over 160 destinations and vacation packages to over 90 destinations around the globe. It is the second airline to launch a non-stop flight between India and North America.
Air Canada provides a variety of services, starting from the two major services on the majority of its flights, most of them having main screen which broadcast a news channel and some Hollywood movies. You can also play games and listen to the Radio channels of Air Canada and much more facilities than you can expect.
General Information about the Airline
Air Canada is Canada's largest domestic and international full-service airline and the largest provider of scheduled passenger services in the domestic market, the transborder market and each of the Canada-Europe, Canada-Pacific, Canada-Caribbean/Central America and Canada-South America markets. Passenger transportation is the principle business of this airline. Headquartered in Montreal, Air Canada is a wholly owned subsidiary of ACE Aviation Holdings Inc. (ACE).
Together, Air Canada and Jazz (Canada's largest regional carrier, another subsidiary unit of ACE) operate an extensive domestic, transborder and international network. During 2005, Air Canada and Jazz operated, on average, approximately 1,200 scheduled flights each day and carried over 30 million passengers, with a combined fleet of 322 aircraft (of which 121 are Jazz). In 2005, Air Canada provided direct passenger air transportation to 159 destinations and, through commercial agreements with other unaffiliated regional airlines referred to as tier 111 carriers, to an additional 11 destinations, for a total of 170 direct destinations on five continents. Primary hubs are located in Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver and Calgary.
Air Canada also operates an extensive global network in conjunction with its international partners.
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