Air Canada Cargo’s growing fleet of Boeing 767 freighters and upcoming Boeing 777 freighters provide consistent capacity and increased versatility on key air cargo routes worldwide.
Boeing 767 Freighters
The main decks carry approximately 75% of capacity and offer five different configurations. Each Boeing 767 offers an overall cargo capacity of over 57 tonnes (438 cubic metres). Every compartment is designed for appropriate temperature control to handle specialized and perishable commodities, or any of the other Air Canada Cargo shipping solutions.
- Total volume: 438 m3 (15,469 ft3)
- Main deck: 336 m3 (11,884 ft3)
- Lower deck: 102 m3 (3,585 ft3)
Review the freighter configurations and specifications
Coming in 2024: Boeing 777 Freighters
The Boeing 777 freighters are the world’s most capable twin-engine freighters, with a net payload of over 102 tonnes, available volume of 652.7 cubic metres and a range of 4,970 nautical miles, allowing these freighters to travel longer distances. With the capacity to carry 27 standard pallets that can reach a height of 300cm (118in) on the main deck and a versatile lower hold, the 777 has a capacity never before available on a twin-engine freighter.
- Total volume: 652.7 m3 (23,051 ft3)
- Main deck: 518.2 m3 (18,301 ft3)
- Forward lower hold: 70.5 m3 (2,490 ft3)
- Aft lower hold: 47.0 m3 (1,660 ft3)
- Bulk: 17.0 m3 (600 ft3)
Air Canada Cargo’s cargo-only flights will continue as we start rolling out these new freighters, providing additional capacity and flight opportunities.
Contact your local Air Canada Cargo representative today for more details.