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Ask the Pilot: Flight Patterns

Ask the Pilot: Flight Patterns

Flight patterns noun Designated routing for departures and arrivals. A pilot’s flight bag contains hundreds of procedural documents that govern airport departure or arrival routing and holding patterns. Standard Instrument Departures (SIDs) include an aircraft’s heading (direction), altitude and speed after takeoff from the airport. (The SID for Toronto-Pearson requires an initial altitude of 5,000 […] Continue reading →
Shop our new duty-free catalogue

Shop our new duty-free catalogue

Shop on the fly with Air Canada’s latest duty-free catalogue, available in your seat pocket on international flights starting this month. Featured products include Daisy Dream perfume by Marc Jacobs and a three-strand necklace and earrings by Nishi, a Canadian company that produces pearl jewellery. For aviation enthusiasts, there’s even a die-cast Boeing 787 model airplane; or, as […] Continue reading →
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Air Canada enRoute July 2014

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