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AcLife Logo The long awaited "AC Life APP" for Air Canada employees and retirees has now been made available. This APP will allow employees and retirees to accurately check standy lists for departing flights.

 

  • You can download the APP at appstore.aircanada.com using your mobile device.
  • You will need to use your ACaeronet Login in order to access the APP. Please note we can't help you with your ACaeronet Login, (see below for contact info).
  • The APP can only be downloaded and used on iPhone, Blackberry and Android phone.
  • After downloading you will need to establish "Trust" for the APP, you can do so by going to Settings/General/Profile Click on Enterprise APP > Air Canada and "Trust" the APP

Note: the Contacts and Yammer part of the APP is not enabled for retirees.


For assistance in logging into ACaeronet:

Montreal
From any location in the Montreal area, call (514) 422-HELP (4357)

Rest of North America
- From other locations in Canada and North America (including the United States) call toll-free 1-866-274-5444
- From the following Caribbean countries: Antigua, Barbados, Bermuda, Dominican Republic, Jamaica call toll-free 1-888-541-4790
- If you cannot access the toll-free number, call us directly at: (514) 422-HELP (4357)


Eighty years of aviation: It’s time to celebrate as One Team!

tmb C FZUHAir Canada has come a long way since our humble beginnings as Trans Canada Airlines * (TCA) with  our first official flight from Vancouver to Seattle on September 1, 1937.

Throughout our rich history, we have achieved many impressive milestones, have overcome periods of turbulence and have soared to incredible heights with much to celebrate and be proud of!

(Source: Daily Aug 25/17)

* Why does the Air Canada media misspell TCA’s correct title? (it should read "Trans-Canada Air Lines")


CF-TCC takes to skies again! 

MONTREAL, Sept. 9, 2017 /CNW Telbec/ - In honour of Air Canada's 80th anniversary, Air Canada's Lockheed 10A vintage aircraft is taking to the skies across Canada. After taking off this morning from Vancouver, BC, the L-10A will be making overnight stops as well as fuel stops at airports across Canada, and will be on public display at the Royal Aviation Museum in Winnipeg on September 13 and 14. More information is at: www.royalaviationmuseum.com

For more information about it's schedule and stops please follow this link.


Air Canada will launch Montreal Trudeau-Tokyo Narita Boeing 787 flights in June 2018, the latest move by the carrier to make Montreal into its third major international gateway along with Toronto and Vancouver.

Air Canada is aiming to use the B-787, of which it has taken delivery of more than 30 so far, to make Canadian hubs into transit points for international passengers, particularly US passengers traveling to points around the globe.

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