Introducing Air Canada’s A220

Meet our newest ambassador

Air Canada is proud of the latest addition to its fleet, with the introduction of 45 Airbus A220-300 aircraft, and the inaugural flight on Jan 16 2020.

Providing the best-in-class customer experience for flights within North America, the Quebec-made A220-300 features wider Economy seats and extra legroom, along with ample aisle and overhead storage space, larger windows, and lower in-cabin noise levels for a quieter, more pleasant flight.

We’re proud to have been named Best Airline in North America for the third consecutive year as we continue to provide our customers with the utmost in comfort, technology, and innovation. The addition of the A220 to our ever-growing fleet reflects our ongoing commitment to delivering unparalleled performance, and our desire to be at the forefront of the global aviation industry.

Discover the Airbus A220

On-board experience

North America Business Class

With extra legroom and larger seats, Air Canada Business Class offers superior comfort with cabin features including:

  • An exclusive cabin with guaranteed access to a window or aisle
  • A personal touchscreen monitor with hundreds of hours of quality in-flight entertainment
  • Adjustable headrests

Economy Class

Enjoy convenient in-flight features, with more space and high-tech amenities, including:

  • 19-inch-wide seats, the widest Economy seat in our fleet
  • A personal touchscreen TV with hours of quality in-flight entertainment
  • In-seat power for your laptop
  • USB port for charging
  • Adjustable headrest
  • Ambient mood lighting

Additionally, the entire aircraft has been outfitted with larger windows and full-colour ambient and customizable LED mood lighting to help fight travel fatigue and jetlag.

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Environmental sustainability

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Network expansion

A map of North America, with grey lines highlighting Air Canada’s current routes through Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Calgary to more than 120 destinations across Canada and the United States. New routes from Toronto San Jose to San JoseToronto, Ontario California and from Montreal Seattle to SeattleMontreal, Quéebec, Washington are highlighted in red.

As of August 2019  

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