Air Canada Launches Its Longest Flight Ever

Flying out of Vancouver and landing in Singapore is the latest international service that Air Canada has introduced. Operated on a Boeing 787-9, the new route is the sole nonstop service between the two countries and the carrier’s longest flight when measured by distance. The flight covers a distance of 12,818km (7,965 miles) with a flying time of up to 16 hours and five minutes.

Air Canada will offer this service all year round, four times weekly – Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays (outbound) and Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays (inbound). The departure time from Vancouver is 00:05, and the arrival time is 07:10 + 1 day in Singapore. The return leg begins at 09:10 and ends at 08:55. The aircraft has a three-cabin layout, including Air Canada Signature Class, Premium Economy and Economy. Besides having 100s of hours of onboard movies and TV Shows, passengers can also purchase Wi-Fi services.

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