Air Canada: Aircraft Fleet
Air Canada is the largest airline in Canada and operates a diverse fleet of aircraft to serve its passengers. The airline has a total of 400 aircraft in its fleet, which includes both narrow-body and wide-body planes.
The narrow-body fleet of Air Canada consists of Airbus A320 family aircraft, Boeing 737 MAX, and Embraer E190. The airline has a total of 89 Airbus A320 family aircraft, which includes A319, A320, and A321 models. Air Canada also has 24 Boeing 737 MAX planes in its fleet, which were grounded for almost two years due to safety concerns. The airline also operates 25 Embraer E190 aircraft, which are mainly used for regional flights.
The wide-body fleet of Air Canada consists of Boeing 777, Boeing 787 Dreamliner, and Airbus A330 aircraft. The airline has a total of 40 Boeing 777 planes, which are used for long-haul flights. Air Canada also has 37 Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft, which are used for both short and long-haul flights. The airline also operates 8 Airbus A330 planes, which are mainly used for flights to Europe and Asia.
Air Canada has made significant deals regarding its aircraft fleet in recent years. In 2018, the airline announced that it would acquire 45 Airbus A220-300 aircraft, which are expected to replace its aging Embraer E190 planes. The airline also has an order for 33 Boeing 737 MAX planes, which are expected to be delivered in the coming years.