Air Canada, the largest Canadian international and domestic airlines that serves to more than 48 million passengers almost every year. In fact, it was the first Canadian airline to ban smoking in flights and offering you refined travel experience with Air Canada. Today, Air Canada grown into international vacation carrier with over 2000 employees and 50 aircrafts
Destinations to where you can fly by Air Canada
Fly on your own time with flexible Air Canada Flight schedules and connectors to make your traveling completely hassle free in Canadian Cities. You can fly to destinations which are seasonal, including, San Salvador, Sydney, Kelowna, Whitehorse, Liberia and to some other destinations. Future plans would include Vienna, Bordeaux, Osaka, Philipsburg, Honolulu and to some other destinations.
Hub for Air Canada
The hubs of the Air Canada include Calgary International Airport, Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport, Vancouver International Airport; and the largest among all being the Toronto Pearson International Airport. The focus cities include Halifax Stanfield International Airport and Ottawa MacDonald-Cartier International Airport.
Toronto Pearson International Airport
Toronto Pearson International Airport is the primary international one serves the city of Toronto. This is the largest and also the busiest airport being in Canada. It is also the second-busiest international air passenger gateway in America. This airport is the 30th busiest airport in the world, in terms of carrying the passengers, which is approximately 47.1 million passengers every year. It is located in a distance of 22.5km from the town of Toronto, it serves as a hub for WestJet Airlines and FedEx Express too.