On Monday, July 5, flight AC7251 from Toronto (YYZ) to Buenos Aires (EZE) marked a significant milestone for Air Canada Cargo: the 10,00th cargo-only flight. The on-demand flight operated by a Boeing
First reconfigured A330 with cargo in cabin arrives from Tel Aviv
Air Canada has introduced three reconfigured A330s to the fleet of aircraft available for our growing number of cargo-only flights. By loading freight in the cabins, each aircraft can carry an additional
16,750 kilos of cargo.
Collaboration and creative engineering to put cargo in cabins
Air Canada is now loading cargo in the cabins of four reconfigured B777s. To provide additional capacity for our growing number of cargo-only flights, an additional three A330s have also been reconfigured.
Air Canada Cargo routinely flies boxes of live bees in the spring to support the agriculture industry. Bees play an essential role in the pollination of flowering crops such as blueberries, cranberries,
canola, tree fruits, and certain vegetables.