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6th July 2019 - 11:30am

Bernadette and Blaithin (Air Canada Ireland)

Bernadette and Blaithin (Air Canada Ireland)

The last of the Air Canada Rouge aircraft left Dublin this week and now all Air Canada Irish departures are operated by mainline Air Canada aircraft.


The Air Canada Dublin Montreal and Dublin Vancouver flights are now operated by A330-300 wide bodied aircraft and for this season will utilise a 2 cabin configuration on these 2 routes, Premium Economy and Economy class.


The premium economy cabin however features a 165 degree recline sleeper seat so passengers are sure to be wowed by the space and value for money on these 2 routes for summer 2019. 

  • Air Canada Enhances its Award-Winning In-Flight Entertainment by Partnering with Crave and Stingray
  • Airline also boosts TV and movie content by 50 per cent on select aircraft types
  • New, easy-to-navigate in-flight entertainment system interface, will enable customers to browse in 15 languages, and discover more than 1,000 hours of high quality entertainment – more than any other airline in the Americas

Air Canada announced that it is expanding its popular in-flight entertainment selection through unique partnerships with Bell Media's premium entertainment service, Crave, and Canadian-based multi-platform audio service, Stingray. The new offerings are part of an enhancement of the airline's entertainment system that will increase the content selection by 50 per cent on certain aircraft types, including many of its longest-haul wide-body Boeing 777s and 787s, as well as Air Canada Rouge's A319s, A321s and Boeing 767s, offering enough content that a customer would have to fly around the world 22 times to consume it all.


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Bernadette and Blaithin (Air Canada Ireland)
In flight entertainment
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