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The 777-300ER first joined Air Canada’s fleet in 2007, and they now fly 19 of Boeing’s largest twin-jet that’s currently in service.

Air Canada mainly uses these on their busier international routes out of Toronto, Vancouver and Montreal, but you can also find them on the occasional domestic flight too.

See what I thought of this domestic Triple Seven flight on one of Air Canada’s high-density 450-seaters!


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Airline: Air Canada (ACA/AC)
Aircraft: Boeing 777-300ER (B77W)
Flight Number: AC135
Seat: 20K
Livery: New (2017)
Engines: 2x GE90-115B
Registration: C-FJZS
Route: Toronto-Pearson (YYZ) – Calgary (YYC)
Flight Time: 3 hours 50 minutes
Callsign: AIR CANADA 135 heavy
Runway used: 05 (YYZ) – 35R (YYC)
Date filmed: January 2020


Outro song: “Take Flight” by Nyhtian: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bCTTwQ_269c


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