On 9 February, at three events held simultaneously in Canada, Air Canada unveiled the new livery for aircraft.
Boeing 787-8 in the new Air Canada livery, in flight
The first 3 aircraft, which were painted in the new Air Canada livery, will return to commercial service starting today. These are: Airbus A321-200 (C-GJWO) presented in Montreal, Boeing 787-8 (C-GHPQ) presented in Toronto and Airbus A321-200 (C-GJWI) presented in Vancouver.
After the big event, the aircraft entered the commercial service. On February 10, the first Boeing 787-8 in the new Air Canada livery landed in Montreal. He operated the AC408 flight on the Toronto - Montreal route. The moment was filmed by CYUL Plane Spotter.
Boeing 787-8 (C-GHPQ) is 2.8 years old. The first flight operated on 22 April 2014, and on 18 May 2014 arrived in the Canadian carrier fleet. Can carry up to 251 passengers, in a configuration with 3 classes.