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Discover the New Inflight Entertainment Guide

Discover the New Inflight Entertainment Guide

The Air Canada enRoute Inflight Entertainment Guide debuts this month in the seat pockets of every mainline aircraft equipped with an inflight entertainment (IFE) system. Our new guide provides full at-a-glance monthly channel listings, plus a “What’s New” section highlighting recent additions to the hundreds of hours of available on-demand audio and video entertainment. Tune […] Continue reading →
Ask the Pilot: Inflight Deicing

Ask the Pilot: Inflight Deicing

Inflight Deicing On-board equipment to prevent airframe icing. Every airliner comes fully equipped with protection systems that prevent ice from forming on its airframe as it flies through clouds, whose super-cooled water droplets gradually freeze solid by -40°C. Windscreens and instrument probes are electrically heated. With our turboprop aircraft, rubberized deicing “boots” on the wings inflate to […] Continue reading →
Air Canada’s Award-Winning Employees for March

Air Canada’s Award-Winning Employees for March

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. Bob McGillivray – Licensed Aircraft Technician YEG One memorable night on the ramp, Bob and colleagues noticed a fire near […] Continue reading →
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