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Up Close and Personal With The Dreamliner: Staff Training

Up Close and Personal With The Dreamliner: Staff Training

Pilots, station attendants, flight attendants and ramp staff received special training on how to take good care of our new Boeing 787 Dreamliners. 1- Ready for Takeoff For four days before the first passenger flight in May, pilots – who had undergone extensive simulator training – took turns flying “touch-and-goes,” or practice takeoffs and landings. […] Continue reading →
Air Canada’s Award-Winning Employees for August

Air Canada’s Award-Winning Employees for August

The Award of Excellence and the Award of Bravery recognizes our employees’ exemplary on-the-job achievements or courageous deeds. Here are three of these outstanding individuals. David Ferdais Licensed Aircraft Technician – YVR Despite repeated requests by his Maintenance colleagues, Dave still hasn’t created a clone of himself. A natural leader, he is quick to address […] Continue reading →
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Air Canada enRoute July 2014

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