Air Canada – Establishing Connections outside Ethnic Confines
Air Canada is the biggest and nationalized air carrier of Canada. The biggest size of Air Canada is attributed from the fact that the volume of fleet and number of passengers flying is enormous. The international carrier came in existence in 1937 and started with both scheduled as well as the chartered transportation for passenger aircrafts and the cargo transporters to more than 200 international destinations. Air Canada is among the unique league where it became the establishing members of the Star Alliance. The carrier has hubs across Montréal–Trudeau International Airport, Toronto Pearson International Airport, Calgary International Airport besides the Vancouver International Airport. Air Canada also runs a professional and local flying service under the name Air Canada Express.
The carrier was established in the year 1936 as Trans-Canada Air Lines (TCA), but in the year 1965 changed its business name to Air Canada. It has an impressive fleet of Boeing 787 Dreamliner wide-body aircraft, Airbus A330, Boeing 777 on the long haul flights. Similarly, the short haul flying by Air Canada is serviced by Boeing 737 MAX 8, besides the Airbus A220-300 aircraft as well as the Airbus A320 family aircraft comprising A320 and A321 alternates. Furthermore, Air Canada’s service divisions comprise Air Canada Cargo, Air Canada Jetz (meant to serve the charter flights), Air Canada Express, and Air Canada Rouge (which is the leisure carrier).