Thanks so much, Matthew! I did indeed enjoy my flights with <acronym title="Air Canada">AC</acronym>. The flight is about 5-6 hours depending on winds, maybe a bit less. <acronym title="Air Canada">AC</acronym> was excellent for this flight (obviously). <img src="http://cdn-www.airliners.net/a...Jump to post
Thanks JL418! It was my pleasure. I'm back in Canada. I'll be writing the part two in a little bit. The A319 has a fairly standard J layout, the seats are quite nice though. Here's a shot of the Airbus A320, which is identical, it just has more seats. <img src="http://www.aircanada.com/shared/images...Jump to post
<u> Background </u> For the fourth year in a row, our family took a week's vacation to somewhere hot to escape the bitter cold of Canadian winter. As always, we chose our favourite airline (good prices, nice vacation services), Air Canada. This year, we settled on the more affordable destination of ...Jump to post
I've flown <acronym title="Air Canada">AC</acronym>'s J class from <acronym title="Calgary - International (YYC / CYYC), Canada - Alberta">YYC</acronym> to <acronym title="Toronto - Lester B. Pearson International (Malton) (YYZ / CYYZ), Canada - Ontario">YYZ</acronym> and <acronym title="Calgary - I...Jump to post
Ah, I apologize for thosemistakes; there was an El Al 772 at the other side of the terminal, I guess I got mixed up! I saw quite a few 777s there (AC and others), it was hard to keep track! Also, my first time seeing a 777 in person! My bad! Thank you all! I am pretty sure it made me sick, my stomac...Jump to post
Most always, I am a loyal Air Canada customer. However, this year, on our adventure to Newfoundland for a family wedding and doing some tourism. However, this year, just for the heck of it, we decided to try WS, as an evaluation run for future flights. We booked online at WestJet's website. Strike n...Jump to post
Air Canada A321, back in July 2000. YYC-YYT, with an intermediate stop in YYZ.Jump to post
Hey! I saw you stayed at the Blau Varadero; how did you like it?Jump to post
Typically the IFE issue compensation is 5% off your next trip with <acronym title="Air Canada">AC</acronym> or some aeroplan miles. I got the former. I love <acronym title="Air Canada">AC</acronym>'s new colour scheme, it's my favourite <img src="http://cdn-www.airliners.net/aviation-forums/gr...Jump to post
*The pictures have been hosted elsewhere and resized, so hopefully this works better* Each year for the past three years, our family has done a week long trip to a warm, Caribbean place. We took Air Canada all three years. The first year, we went to <acronym title="Cancun - International (CUN / MMUN...Jump to post
Hahaha, indeed, because the AC is such an exotic airline, and the 319 is such an exotic aircraft :PJump to post
I think I need to change the host. I might delete this one and post a new one, not sure if that's against the rules or anything, but I think people are still having image issues, so it might be necessary.Jump to post
@longhauler I do know all about this, thanks. The 767-200s were finally retired just over a year ago. I'm saying both of ACs old 767 styles were morally reprehensible (obviously joking/exaggerating, hence the wink emote) I have only been able to fly on the 762s and the 763s which have not been updat...Jump to post
The 767s are best described as morally reprehensible <img src="http://cdn-www.airliners.net/aviation-forums/graphics/smilies/wink.gif" width="15" height="15" border="0"/> Thank you for reading everybody. The <acronym title="Air Canada">AC</acronym> 777s indeed are amazing, I can't wait until <...Jump to post
You're most welcome. If anyone has any problems viewing the images, just post and I'll see if I can post on a different site.
Thanks for reading everybody!
LINK <acronym title="President Airlines (Cambodia)">TO</acronym> PART ONE - FLIGHTS: <i><a href="/aviation-forums/trip_reports/read.main/164594" target="_blank">AC YYC-VRA In J - Part One: Flights (Many Pics)</a></i> <font size="1">(by <a href="/profile/aluminumcity" class="quote" target="_blank">al...Jump to post
Thank you everybody! Indeed, the food was great. It was very hot, too, the waffles burned my tongue, and then the coffee burned it worse. LOL. The only thing I wish these seats had it a better foot rest. I really see no point to the current one, it basically raises your foot an inch off of the groun...Jump to post
I'm sorry it didn't work for you, Flightsimboy.
I've had a couple issues with it loading, it seemed that previously all of the pictures would load but some of them would be half grey, but now it seems to be working, so if you get this issue maybe try reloading.
Thank you very much Suryo! I tried my best for my first one: Quick note: I just realized that I did not say anything about my dinner! I had the beef and potatoes option. The beef was quite good, a little chewy but very flavorful, and a good portion. These meals don't look huge when they set it down,...Jump to post
AC's C class is excellent, and I haven't found Y to be bad either, the food isn't great but not terrible. We stayed at the Blau Varadero, a 4 star all-inclusive resort.Jump to post
*Go easy on me, I know the pictures aren't great, but this is my first Trip Report* *Those on a slow internet connection may want to go get some coffee or something* Each year for the past few years, my family has done a weeklong escapade to somewhere hot to get a break from the soul-crushing depres...Jump to post
He mentioned above that he uses a Canon Powershot A720IS. I can personally vouch that they do indeed take b-e-a-utiful pictures.
I use a Canon A720IS. I plan to bring it on my next trip and take lots of pictures for everyone. Great camera. I have a Canon Vixia HF200 and the above camera, and they're both great. I truly enjoyed this trip report. Great job. I was just flying the <acronym title="Emirates (United Arab Emirates)">...Jump to post
SGA A310. Was on approach at LGA, landed on the foot of the runway - my tail hit a tree.Jump to post
Boxing Day was my birthday. Since I absolutely love spotting, but don't do it often, my parents suggested it as a sort of birthday gift. This is my first kind of "spotting report" (similar to a Trip Report, doing one in February), so go easy on me. I've got some pretty good pictures, many sort of cr...Jump to post
Now, it could be just me (because I'm quite stupid), but every single registration in this thread so far has had the last three letters of its registration as an airport code. <acronym title="Aer Lingus (Ireland)">EI</acronym>-xxx, with the Xes being an airport code. I have no idea if it's just some...Jump to post
My last 737-200 flight was on a C6 flight to Toronto in 05.Jump to post
"Ladies and gentlemen, this is your captain speaking. We have uhh.... found this really hilarious YouTube video about a monkey slinging feces at some guy... we would uh... now require you take out your laptops and view this. We thank you again for flying Delta, a SkyTeam member. Have a pleasant flig...Jump to post
How sad. The 737 will be missed <img src="/aviation-forums/graphics/smilies/frown.gif" alt="Sad"> Always an aircraft I wish I could have flew on more, I was trying to get on the <acronym title="Air Canada">AC</acronym> 737s just before their retirement. <img src="/aviation-forums/graphic...Jump to post
Wow, those businessElite seats look IDENTICAL except for the fabric to the Air Canada Executive First <acronym title="Alitalia Express (Italy)">XM</acronym> seats on their 767, 777s and A330s. Wow. Are these Boeing standard seats? The similarity to <acronym title="Air Canada">AC</acronym> really sur...Jump to post
It's also used on the EK A380.Jump to post
Very nice Trip report! I was reading along and was thinking "Jeez, MS must be ridiculously proud of it's Star Alliance membership"... then I read it.Jump to post