Jet air canada in winnipeg

Nel 2013 SkyTrax assegna ad Air Canada il titolo di Migliore Compagnia Aerea Internazionale del Nord America e le dà una valutazione di 4 stelle su un massimo di 5.

La sua controllata, Air Canada Vacations, offre pacchetti vacanza per più di 90 destinazioni. Insieme ai suoi partner regionali, la compagnia opera mediamente più di 1.530 voli di linea ogni giorno.

Nel 2013 venne scoperto che Air Canada faceva sistematicamente uso dell’ overbooking , pratica per la quale lo stesso posto viene venduto e assegnato a più di una persona. [19] Molti passeggeri finirono per essere lasciati a terra senza poter partire nonostante un biglietto regolare così il governo federale si convinse della necessità di adottare una carta dei diritti dei passeggeri . [20]

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Update 8/4/17: The NTSB has released a pretty terrifying image that makes it clear just how close Flight 759 was to disaster:

The incident pilots advanced the thrust levers when the airplane was about 85 feet above ground level. Flight data recorder data indicate the airplane was over the taxiway at this time. About 2.5 seconds after advancing the thrust levers, the minimum altitude recorded on the FDR was 59 feet above ground level.

SAN FRANCISCO - An Air Canada plane with 140 people on board came within 30 metres of crashing onto two of four planes lined up to take off at San Francisco International Airport last week, according to a preliminary report Canadian air safety regulators released Thursday.

The finding provided the first official accounting of how close the Air Canada plane came to causing what could have been one of the worst disasters in commercial aviation history.

Instead of lining up to land on the runway, the pilot of the flight from Toronto mistakenly descended toward a parallel taxiway just to the right of where four other airliners were idling in the darkness. Taxiways are the aviation equivalent of feeder roads that planes use to roll between runways and terminals, and have different lights than runways.

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