Air Canada Express

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Air Canada Express
Air Canada Express' new logo, 2017.png
IATA ICAO Callsign
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Founded May 3, 2011
Hubs
Focus cities
Frequent-flyer program Aeroplan (Air Canada)
Alliance Star Alliance (affiliate)
Fleet size 181
Destinations 119
Parent company Air Canada
Headquarters Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Air Canada Express is a brand name under which four regional airlines operate feeder flights for Air Canada. They primarily connect smaller cities with Air Canada's domestic hub airports and focus cities, although they offer some point-to-point and international (United States) service; for example, direct service from Toronto (YYZ) to Boston (BOS) and Austin (AUS).

On April 26, 2011, it was reported that Air Canada decided to retire the Air Canada Jazz brand and created the Air Canada Express brand.[1] Prior to establishing the Express name, the flights operated primarily under the Air Canada Jazz or Air Canada Alliance banners.

Operators and aircraft[edit]

Air Canada Express Bombardier Q400

As of March 2017, the combined fleet consists of the following aircraft operated by these regional air carriers:[2]

Airline IATA Code ICAO Code Call sign Aircraft operated Number of aircraft
Air Georgian ZX GGN GEORGIAN Beechcraft 1900D
Bombardier CRJ100/200
11
18
Exploits Valley Air Services 8K EVS EVAS Beechcraft 1900D 6
Jazz Aviation LP QK JZA JAZZ Dash 8-100
Dash 8-300
Bombardier Q400
Bombardier CRJ200
Bombardier CRJ705
Bombardier CRJ900
16
26
44
13
16
6
Sky Regional Airlines KV SKV MAPLE Embraer 175 25
Total 181

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Air Canada Launches New Regional Brand". Financial Post. 26 April 2011. Retrieved 23 August 2011. 
  2. ^ aircanada.com - Our Fleet Retrieved 31 July 2014
  3. ^ "Air Canada Completes Transfer of Embraer 175 Regional Jets to Sky Regional" (Press release). Air Canada. 5 September 2013. Retrieved 6 September 2013. 

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