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Air Canada 787 Dreamliner In-Flight Product Launch

06. December 2013


Air Canada is premiering its brand new international cabin design and seating that the airline will feature on its Boeing 787 Dreamliner fleet. Visithttp://787.aircanada.comfor full details, a virtual tour of the aircraft and new cabin amenities. The airline will take delivery of the first three out of 37 Boeing 787 aircraft in the spring of 2014. Air Canada is introducing completely re-designed seating and cabin amenities to provide customers the very best in comfort and contemporary design. As North America’s Best Airline, Air Canada looks forward to taking delivery of our first 787 Dreamliner and continuing to raise the bar in customer comfort.

Air Canada will provide three cabins of service on board its Boeing 787 Dreamliners highlighted by a brand new contemporary decor and comfortable ergonomic seating. An extensive choice of in-flight entertainment on enhanced definition seat back touch screens will be available for all customers along with power outlets and USB ports.

As the first three 787 aircraft are gradually introduced into the Air Canada fleet in the spring of 2014, Air Canada will offer a preview of its new 787 Dreamliner service on select domestic Canada and transatlantic flights on a temporary basis, including London and Zurich.

Timetable 1 May – 30 June 2014, 6 times weekly

AC878 Toronto 1805 Zurich 0750 (+1) except Wednesdays*

AC879 Zurich 1000 Toronto 1250 except Thursdays*

*The Wednesday/Thursday rotations will be operated with B767-300. The GDS are updated accordingly.

subject to change at any time.

A brief overview over all three cabins
International Business Class

Premium Economy


20 seats

21 seats

210 slimline seats

1-2-1 configuration

2-3-2 configuration

3-3-3 configuration

fully lie flat sleeping position

203.2cm bed length

96.5cm legroom

49.5cm seat width / 17.8cm recline


J/C/D/Z and in addition as of FEB14 P


O and in addition as of FEB14 E/N


unchanged: K-Y

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