Stories that fly

The Frequent Flyer: Charles  Le  Pierrès

The Frequent Flyer: Charles  Le  Pierrès

Each month, one of Air Canada’s Super Elite members shares travel memories and tips. While the rest of the fashion industry was filling rising demand for cheap “disposable” clothing, Charles Le Pierrès and his wife, Judith Richardson, chose a different path 23 years ago. Richardson, an ex-vice-president of Esprit Canada, wanted to produce well-made, well-cut fashionable basics that would […] Continue reading →
A look at our Boeing 787 Dreamliner’s routes

A look at our Boeing 787 Dreamliner’s routes

When our first Dreamliner joined our fleet in May, pilots gained hours on the aircraft by flying short legs from Toronto to Halifax and Montreal, and ETOPs (extended twin operations) from Toronto to Zurich. Our B787’s first “official” routes, launched last summer, provide year-round service from Toronto to Tokyo-Haneda and Tel  Aviv. Aerodynamic efficiency The […] Continue reading →
Air Canada’s Award-Winning Employees for November

Air Canada’s Award-Winning Employees for November

Air Canada’s Excellence program includes the Award of Excellence and the Award of Bravery, recognizing exemplary on-the-job achievements or courageous deeds. Each month, on this page, you’ll have the opportunity to meet these outstanding employees. Christopher Chen Airport Services Coordinator, BOS Chris is a jack of all trades who consistently surpasses expectations. He’s a welcome […] Continue reading →
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Air Canada enRoute July 2014

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