Farewell! Air Canada’s Final Boeing 767-300ER’s Departing For Retirement | Toronto Pearson Int’lHello everyone! Welcome to this video!
Today, we are saying goodbye to another series of aircraft; the Boeing 767-300ER fleet has exited Air Canada after 32 years of service with the airline from 1988-2020.
An absolute workhorse for the fleet, Air Canada had a total of 40 of these aircraft with the later majority of the fleet transferred over to Air Canada Rouge from 2013 and onwards. I myself also hold a connection to this aircraft having flown it twice in June of 2010 from Toronto to Madrid and July of 2010 from Copenhagen back to Toronto.
And as it goes, ACA2343 (C-FTCA) and ACA2345 (C-GLCA) carried out the final flights from Toronto to Marana departing off of RWY 24R between 1145hrs and 1300hrs local.
Farewell to the Boeing 767-300ER for Air Canada, a true workhorse in their fleet!
Airline: Air Canada
Flights: ACA2343/ ACA2345
Aircraft: Boeing 767-375(ER)
Registration: C-FTCA, C-GLCA
Destination: Pinal Airpark (KMZJ)
Date Filmed: 05JUN20
Times: Departures at 1154hrs and 1239hrs
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