Air Canada’s fleet of 300 mainline and regional aircraft are being repainted in a bold black and white design highlighting its iconic red maple leaf rondelle that returns to the tail after an absence of 24 years. The design reflects Canada’s vastness and contrasting seasons, with references to its wildlife and First Nations heritage.
The new Livery is unveiled as Air Canada renews its international fleet with state-of-the-art and fuel efficient Boeing 787 Dreamliners. Air Canada plans to operate 30 Boeing 787 Dreamliners by the end of 2017, including 22 larger Boeing 787-9 versions, with all 37 scheduled to be delivered by the end of 2019.
Air Canada is proud to be the first Canadian airline to offer Wi-Fi access on select North American flights and across all its 129 narrow-body aircraft.
Wi-Fi service is the latest product enhancement following the airline’s introduction of its new Boeing 787 Dreamliner International Business Class and Premium Economy seating across its Boeing 777-300ER and Boeing 777-200LR fleet.
Air Canada’s Premium Economy cabin featuring enhanced comfort and amenities is offered on all wide-body aircraft on international flights.