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Wi-Fi Connectivity: Now on-board our Flights Across North America!

Wi-Fi Connectivity: Now on-board our Flights Across North America!

We are excited to be the first Canadian airline to offer Wi-Fi connectivity on-board a number of our aircraft and the first to use this technology on flights across Canada! Just how did we transform our airplanes into cyberplanes? It was all thanks to our partnership with Gogo®, the leading in-flight connectivity provider for commercial […] Continue reading →
Q&A Part 1: All About Wi-Fi availability on-board our Flights

Q&A Part 1: All About Wi-Fi availability on-board our Flights

1)  Where is Wi-Fi coverage available? The Air-To-Ground network provides in-flight Wi-Fi connectivity coverage on over 94% of our North American network at an altitude of at least 10,000 feet / 3,000 m. Actual signal strength and coverage may vary by altitude and network traffic volume. 2)  Which aircraft will be equipped with Wi-Fi? We intend […] Continue reading →
Ask the Pilot: Landing Gear

Ask the Pilot: Landing Gear

Landing gear noun An aircraft’s undercarriage, in a tricycle arrangement, which retracts to reduce drag and increase speed. Landing gear consists of two mains (principal wheels) and a nose wheel equipped with struts, gear doors and oleos (shock absorbers). The mains also have brakes and an anti-skid mechanism. On all but very small aircraft, powerful […] Continue reading →
Travel Carbon Neutral with our Zerofootprint Program

Travel Carbon Neutral with our Zerofootprint Program

Earlier this year, we presented our Zerofootprint contest. With this unique initiative, we wanted to bring attention to our environmentally responsible program that gives you the chance to travel eco-friendly by reducing the carbon footprint of your flight. During the contest, about 409 tonnes of offsets were purchased, meaning that around 2,900 Air Canada flights were […] Continue reading →
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