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Air Canada is Canada's national and largest airline with scheduled and charger passenger services for 178 destinations around the world. Air Canada was one of the founding members of Star Alliance and is the seventh largest airline in the world by fleet size.
Air Canada was first founded as Trans-Canada Airlines as a subsidiary of the Canadian National Railway by the federal government in 1936. The government envisioned an airline that would service the country and bring the Pacific and Atlantic coasts closer together. Air Canada’s first trips were cheap flights to Seattle from Vancouver. The first domestic flight was between Vancouver and Montréal in 1939. In 1953 Air Canada was the first airline in the world to have a computerised reservation system, something that revolutionised passenger air travel. In 1987 the airline made a fleet-wide decision to ban smoking on all flights; it was the first airline to do this. In the 1990s a new routes opened up and Air Canada launched cheap flights to Osaka, Japan as well as an open sky agreement between Canada and the USA, allowing Air Canada to add 30 new routes to their network that crossed the border.
Infants can travel for free on flights within Canada if they travel on the lap of their accompanying adult. On international flights the fare is 10% of the adult fare. If infants take up their own seat, the child fare is applied. For other Air Canada offers, check liligo.com frequently.
|Telephone:||+44 208 750 8495|
|Departure cities:||London, Manchester, Birmingham, Edinburgh, Glasgow|
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