Air Canada

( AC / ACA )



Destinations of their 777s

Hub(s): YYZ, YVR, YUL

in Africa: none

in Asia: PEK, PVG, HKG, HND

in Oceania: SYD

in the Americas: YYC, EZE, GRU, SCL

in Europe: FRA, CDG, LHR, CPH

Fleet

  act ord opt
777
0
0
0
77E
0
0
0
77L
6
0
0
77F
0
0
0
773
0
0
0
77W
19
0
13
 
25
0
13
act = active
ord = on order
opt = options

Engines

- 777-233LR: GE90-110B
C-FIUA, UF, UJ, VK, NND, NNH
- 777-333ER: GE90-115BL
C-FITL, TU, TW, UL, UR, UV, UW, VM, RAM, VQ, VR, VS, VW, VX, FNNQ, FNNU, FJZS, FKAU

Ranges

- 777-233LR: 17.446 km
- 777-333ER: 14.594 km

Average ages

- 777-233LR: 8,1 years
- 777-333ER: 6,2 years

About

Air Canada's order for 777s was a long story.
AC had at one point already ordered the T7, but a dispute over payments with the pilots has led AC into cancelling the order. Some months later AC has solved this dispute and again placed an order for the T7. This order consisted of 77L, 77F and 77Ws. However, the order for two 77Fs was cancelled in May 2007.
"The introduction of 777 service featuring Air Canada's new in-flight product on these key European, Asian and South Pacific routes places Air Canada on the forefront of North American carriers offering the highest quality of long haul service and amenities," said Sean Menke, CCO, during the pressconference where the first 777 routes were presented.

On board their 777s


Seat configurations


(- 777-233LR: 42 Executive First (1-2-1), 228 Eco (3-3-3) = 270 seats, phased out Summer '16)
- new 233LR: 40 Executive First (1-2-1), 24 EcoPremium (2-4-2), 236 Eco (3-4-3) = 300 seats
- 777-333ER: 40 ExecFirst, 24 PremiumEco (2-4-2), 336 Eco (3-4-3) = 400 seats
- 777-333ER: 28 ExecFirst, 24 PremiumEco (2-4-2), 398 Eco (3-4-3) = 450 seats




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