Air Canada has released pictures from the assembly of the first Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner
Air Canada presented images from the assembly of the first Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner. The aircraft received the engines GenX of the General Electric Next Generation and goes straight to the big shipment to the Canadian carrier, which is scheduled for March.
aircraft Boeing 787 Dreamliner operated by Air Canada will be configured in three classes: 20 seats in Business Class, 21 seats in Premium and 210 in Economy Class. The first of the 15-787 ordered will operate up to 8 flights a week, on the route Toronto - Montreal, between May and June 10, and between July 2014 and October 5 will operate only one flight a week. Below you have the operational program:
Toronto - Montreal from May 1
AC400 YYZ 07: 00 - 08: 15 YUL 788 Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
AC414 YYZ 14: 00 - 15: 15 YUL 788 daily
AC407 YUL 10: 00 - 11: 23 YYZ 788 Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
AC435 YUL 16: 30 - 17: 52 YYZ 788 daily
5 July - 25 October 2014
AC480 YYZ 06: 30 - 07: 45 YUL 788 Saturday
AC405 YUL 09: 00 - 10: 22 YYZ 788 Saturday
Air Canada will use Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft to destinations in Europe (London Heathrow and Zurich) as well as to Tel Aviv and Tokyo Haneda.
Going back to the main topic of this article, below are pictures of the first Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner Air Canada on the assembly line.