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Air Canada 767-200 Routes.

Sun May 28, 2006 3:38 am

With more AC 767-200s being replaced by 763s and A321s on more routes I was wondering what routes that they are currently being used. I know that YVR-YYZ still has 5 767-200 flights per day, but there must be a few more 762 routes....
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RE: Air Canada 767-200 Routes.

Sun May 28, 2006 3:46 am

From www.flightaware.com:

YVR-YUL ACA112 767-200
YVR-HNL ACA047 767-200
YYZ-YUL ACA400 767-200
YYZ-YUL ACA430 767-200
YYZ-YUL ACA426 767-200
YYZ-YUL ACA422 767-200

That's all I can find... Hope this helps!  Smile
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RE: Air Canada 767-200 Routes.

Sun May 28, 2006 4:01 am

This summer, MAN-YYZ will be operated by a 762.
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RE: Air Canada 767-200 Routes.

Sun May 28, 2006 4:04 am

I believe they are flying one YYZ-LHR in full economy config, although I would have to check.

Also, but just about any major city pairs within Canada and the US:
YYZ-MEX
YYZ-YYC
YYZ-YOW
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RE: Air Canada 767-200 Routes.

Sun May 28, 2006 4:04 am

I also flew YVR-OGG on a AC 762 in JAN,it is normally a 763.But both my flights in and out were on 762s.
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RE: Air Canada 767-200 Routes.

Sun May 28, 2006 4:16 am

Oh forgot one, usually YYZ-Barbados is operated by a 762
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RE: Air Canada 767-200 Routes.

Sun May 28, 2006 4:48 am

YYZ-AMS summer seasonal service usually is a 762 as well
 
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RE: Air Canada 767-200 Routes.

Sun May 28, 2006 5:09 am

AC uses their 762's as kind of relievers for flights where there's more than one full flight, but not enough a/c.

Example:

Last week I flew YYZ-LGA, and AC used a 762 to cater to three flights (i.e. cancelled three and put them all on this one flight) due to cancellations and lack of a/c available.

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RE: Air Canada 767-200 Routes.

Sun May 28, 2006 5:11 am

I have seen some 767-200 in Cancun a few times. I would guess they are from YYZ
 
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RE: Air Canada 767-200 Routes.

Sun May 28, 2006 7:42 am

YYZ-LHR-YYZ
YYZ-DUB-SNN-YYZ
YYZ-MAN-YYZ
YYZ-AMS-YYZ
YUL-CDG-YUL
YYZ-CDG-YYZ

YUL-YVR-YUL
YYZ-YVR-YYZ
YVR-OGG
YUL-YYZ-YUL
 
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RE: Air Canada 767-200 Routes.

Sun May 28, 2006 7:49 am

YYZ-SJO is occasionally upgraded to a 762, mostly during high season.
 
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RE: Air Canada 767-200 Routes.

Sun May 28, 2006 9:42 am

Quoting Cruiser (Reply 3):
YYZ-MEX

Effective July/06 that changes to two daily A319's.

AC962/3 YYZ-BOG-YYZ
AC080/1 YYZ-LIM-YYZ

Both of the above are 762's for the summer/early fall, and revert to 763''s for late fall/winter.
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RE: Air Canada 767-200 Routes.

Sun May 28, 2006 9:45 am

In fall/winter/sping

B767-200 are daily on YUL-FLL-YUL
 
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RE: Air Canada 767-200 Routes.

Sun May 28, 2006 9:50 am

Well, talking about AC's 762's, is there any chance to catch a ride on the Gimli glider?
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RE: Air Canada 767-200 Routes.

Sun May 28, 2006 10:00 am

Quoting WildcatYXU (Reply 13):

Last i heard he was still on service and

From YUL the plane is seen often on

YUL-YYZ- YUL
YUL-YVR-YUL (AC111, AC112)

and sometimes on YUL-FLL-YUL

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RE: Air Canada 767-200 Routes.

Mon May 29, 2006 12:36 am

Quoting YULYMX (Reply 14):
Last I heard he was still in service

Yesterday, someone asked me where the Star Alliance 762 - C-GAUB, had gone. I told him that I thought it had been retired some time ago, and possible even scrapped. Was I right?
 
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RE: Air Canada 767-200 Routes.

Mon May 29, 2006 1:05 am

Quoting Olympus69 (Reply 15):
Yesterday, someone asked me where the Star Alliance 762 - C-GAUB, had gone. I told him that I thought it had been retired some time ago, and possible even scrapped. Was I right?

Not sure, but AC does have plans to replace all of their 762s and 763s as they get 777 and 787 additions over the next few years. At least their 762s are the ER version unlike what DL had (retired by years end 2005).
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RE: Air Canada 767-200 Routes.

Mon May 29, 2006 1:25 am

Quoting Olympus69 (Reply 15):



Quoting Olympus69 (Reply 15):
Yesterday, someone asked me where the Star Alliance 762 - C-GAUB, had gone. I told him that I thought it had been retired some time ago, and possible even scrapped. Was I right?

I am pretty sure that it was retired last year. Not sure if it was scapped or just parked in the desert. The Gimli Glider, fin 604 , is still a regular at YYZ
 
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RE: Air Canada 767-200 Routes.

Mon May 29, 2006 1:30 am

Quoting SLCUT2777 (Reply 16):
At least their 762s are the ER version unlike what DL had

There are still at least a couple of non-ER 762s flying for AC. Fins 604 & 672 are definitely non-ER models.
 
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RE: Air Canada 767-200 Routes.

Mon May 29, 2006 3:32 am

Quoting YOW (Reply 18):
There are still at least a couple of non-ER 762s flying for AC. Fins 604 & 672 are definitely non-ER models.

Start looking for those two first at Victorville or Pinal later this year then.
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RE: Air Canada 767-200 Routes.

Mon May 29, 2006 3:44 am

how are their 762s?Are their interior outdated?
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RE: Air Canada 767-200 Routes.

Mon May 29, 2006 4:29 am

Quoting SLCUT2777 (Reply 19):
Start looking for those two first at Victorville or Pinal later this year then.

Seeing as how 604 (The Gimli Glider) is the last non-ER 767-233, could it be possible they may have something special in mind for her retirement?
 
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RE: Air Canada 767-200 Routes.

Mon May 29, 2006 5:48 am

Quoting LY777 (Reply 20):
how are their 762s?Are their interior outdated?

Fairly old but being replaced this winter, after the 320's are done.

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RE: Air Canada 767-200 Routes.

Mon May 29, 2006 10:13 am

Quoting Yyztpa (Reply 21):
Seeing as how 604 (The Gimli Glider) is the last non-ER 767-233, could it be possible they may have something special in mind for her retirement?

Look what DL did for "The Spirit of Delta" The 767 has been a workhorse for AC for quite a number of years. After looking at AirBus during the 1990s, I think AC was wise to go back to Boeing wide-bodies for their next procurement.
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RE: Air Canada 767-200 Routes.

Mon May 29, 2006 10:34 am

Quoting FLYACYYZ (Reply 11):
Effective July/06 that changes to two daily A319's.

That's right. And YUL-MEX is also added on a daily basis with an A319 too.

Do you know if the YYZ-MEX double daily service will be all year long or only seasonal?
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RE: Air Canada 767-200 Routes.

Mon May 29, 2006 10:35 am

Quoting CO737800 (Reply 8):
I have seen some 767-200 in Cancun a few times. I would guess they are from YYZ

Although they did use it the 762's for a while for that route, it's mostly been replaced by the 763ER these days, even if it is scheduled to be a 762.

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RE: Air Canada 767-200 Routes.

Mon May 29, 2006 10:42 am

Quoting EddieDude (Reply 24):
Do you know if the YYZ-MEX double daily service will be all year long or only seasonal?



Planned for year round service as reflected in AC's CRS system--but always subject to change. Also see periodic aircraft substitutions on the morning service 993/992. Think the 76's were also displaced during the ongoing reconfiguration process.
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RE: Air Canada 767-200 Routes.

Mon May 29, 2006 10:55 am

Quoting FLYACYYZ (Reply 26):
Also see periodic aircraft substitutions on the morning service 993/992.

Thanks for the reply FLYACYYZ. What would those substitutions be? A320's or 767's?
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AC//YYZ-SEA 2nd FLT -- First E190?

Mon May 29, 2006 11:09 am

Quoting EddieDude (Reply 27):



Quoting EddieDude (Reply 27):
Thanks for the reply FLYACYYZ. What would those substitutions be? A320's or 767's?

AC is notorious for matching aircraft to demand resulting in system-wide (unless capacity controlled) equipment changes. I was on what I believe to be the one and only A321 substitution into MEX, which really threw the ground staff for a loop. They gated the aircraft at door 2 believing the aircraft was a 757, which is used for emergency purposes only. Actually the summer is a very busy time on the route with heavy VFR traffic as well as farmworkers travelling back and forth.
And on a side note...whatever happened to AM and their plans for YYZ??

[Edited 2006-05-29 04:13:16]
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RE: Air Canada 767-200 Routes.

Mon May 29, 2006 11:20 am

Quoting FLYACYYZ (Reply 28):
I was on what I believe to be the one and only A321 substitution into MEX, whcih really threw the ground staff for a loop

Wow, an A321. That was a weird choice giving MEX' altitude problems. I wonder where they stopped to refuel on the way back from MEX to YYZ... I mean, I am sure it is impossible to fly MEX-YYZ non-stop with a full payload with an A321.

Quoting FLYACYYZ (Reply 28):
whatever happened to AM and their plans for YYZ??

Good question buddy. We all wonder the same. AM has been making strange decisions lately, so who knows. As far as I understand, the flights were first loaded into the system but now they no longer appear.
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RE: Air Canada 767-200 Routes.

Mon May 29, 2006 1:16 pm

Quoting Yyztpa (Reply 21):
Seeing as how 604 (The Gimli Glider) is the last non-ER 767-233, could it be possible they may have something special in mind for her retirement?

I doubt it. As much as we aviation fans love to talk about FIN 604, it was not exactly a high point in AC history. In fact, it was pure stupidity that the whole event even happened in the first place.
 
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RE: Air Canada 767-200 Routes.

Mon May 29, 2006 8:50 pm

Quoting AC7E7 (Reply 30):
it was not exactly a high point in AC history. In fact, it was pure stupidity that the whole event even happened in the first place.

I'm not sure. In memory the story of an Air Canada flight crew safely landing an aircraft without engines, without loss of live or even airframe is stronger than the story of the aircraft that was out of fuel halfway because Air Canada got their unit conversions wrong. The fact that the whole thing had such a happy end is what people remember. People love heroic stories..

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AC//YYZ-SEA 2nd FLT -- First E190?

Mon May 29, 2006 9:52 pm

Quoting EddieDude (Reply 29):
Wow, an A321. That was a weird choice giving MEX' altitude problems. I wonder where they stopped to refuel on the way back from MEX to YYZ... I mean, I am sure it is impossible to fly MEX-YYZ non-stop with a full payload with an A321.

AFAIK it was the one and only time. I wondered the same thing regarding refuelling...DFW/IAH?? It operated non stop with a 90% load factor. I just remember the confusion in parking the aircraft at the L2 door at MEX, and the authorities insisting we deplane customers through a single channel "crawl space" door. After alot of confusion and discussion, they pushed back the aircraft to the proper forward entry door.

Quoting AC7E7 (Reply 30):
Quoting Yyztpa (Reply 21):
Seeing as how 604 (The Gimli Glider) is the last non-ER 767-233, could it be possible they may have something special in mind for her retirement?

The only nemesis (from the AC point of view) is that forums like a.Net keep the memories alive. Fin 604 will be retired without very much fanfare--despite its history and happy ending that day in Gimli.
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