Historical Fleet
Lockheed L-1011-1|15|100|500
   

The first L-1011 was introduced into service in the summer of 1973. Slightly smaller and better suited to multi-stop operations than Air Canada's other wide-bodied jets - the 747's - they fulfilled the airline's need for a smaller medium to long range aircraft of the new and popular wide-body configuration. One of the main features of the aircraft is an under the passenger cabin galley in which meals are prepared and taken up to the passengers by means of two elevators.

In 1981 the Air Canada fleet was augmented by the introduction of a newer version of the aircraft - the L-1011-500.

Technical characteristics
L-1011-1|15|100 
Period of use 1973 -1996
Engines Three Rolls-Royce RB-211-22B.
Seats (typical) 236 - 363(depending on model)
Cruise speed 555 m.p.h. (893 k.p.h.)
Range (full passengers) 3200 Statute Miles (5150 k.)              
L-1011-500
Period of use 1973 -1996
Engines Three Rolls-Royce RB-211-524B
Seats (typical) 212 - 244
Cruise speed 548 m.p.h. (882 k.p.h.)
Range (full passengers) 5120 Statute Miles (8240 k.)