Air Canada is the flag carrier and largest airline of Canada, with its main hub at Toronto Pearson International Airport. According to Aviation Week's Fleet Discovery database, it has reduced its fleet by 26.11% in the last 10 years. Notable changes include 17 acquired Boeing 767-300ERs and 17 Boeing 777-300ERs, but 30 fewer Airbus A319-100s. Air Canada will present its first quarter earnings for 2016 on April 29. According to Air Canada Corporate Communications, the airline announced new international routes to Amsterdam, Dubai, and New Delhi, India in 2015.mSlide over the graphic to see more fleet details.

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