Air Canada is the flag carrier and largest airline of Canada. The airline, founded in 1936, provides scheduled and charter air transport for passengers and cargo to 178 destinations worldwide. It is the world's tenth-largest passenger airline by number of destinations, and the airline is a founding member of Star Alliance, an alliance of 28 member airlines formed in 1997. Air Canada's corporate headquarters are located in Montreal, Quebec, while its largest hub is Toronto Pearson International Airport, located in Mississauga, Ontario.
Frequent flyer program:
Executive First (International Business Class) Suites feature electronic flat beds, in a 1-1-1 (Boeing 767-300ER and A330-300s) or 1-2-1 (Boeing 777-300ER and Boeing 777-200LR) herringbone configuration with a 21-inch (0.533 m) seat width and a 6-foot-3-inch (1.91 m) seat pitch. The configuration is similar in layout to Virgin Atlantic's Upper Class Suite and Air New Zealand's Business Premier Class product. Entertainment is personal AVOD (Audio Video On Demand), while music is provided by XM Satellite Radio. Self-service bar areas and mood lighting are available on all Boeing 777-300ER and Boeing 777-200LR aircraft.
Premium economy features a larger seat and greater recline as compared to economy class, in a 2-2-2 configuration (Boeing 767-300ER) with a 23.5-inch (0.597 m) seat width or a 2-4-2 configuration (Boeing 777-300ER) with a 20-inch (0.508 m) seat width and a 38-inch (0.965 m) seat pitch. Entertainment on the Boeing 777-300ER is personal AVOD (Audio Video On Demand), while music is provided by XM Satellite Radio.
In international Economy Class, seats are pitched 31 inches (0.79 m) to 34 inches (0.86 m) with a width of 17.2 inches (0.44 m) to 18.5 inches (0.47 m) and a recline to around 6 inches (0.15 m). On all Project XM fitted aircraft, entertainment is personal AVOD (audio-video on 2-3-2 on the Boeing 767. On Economy Class (original) aircraft, main screen entertainment is offered. Music on both types is provided by XM Satellite Radio.
*Source of information: Wikipedia.