Come join me as I board my first Air Canada flight in 10 years! The last time I flew aboard a AC aircraft was back in the early 2000s when Air Canada offered direct A320 service between Boston and Vancouver. I begin my morning by filming some aircraft at Terminals B and A at Boston's General Edward Lawrence Logan International Airport. Considering it was a Friday morning, I'd say there was some pretty decent action, including the daily 777-200ER flight to LHR on British Airways. I was able to get a bit of action from inside the terminal, including our ERJ aircraft coming up to the gate, but was then told to "stop recording" by an Air Canada representative. What really bothered me about that little episode with AC employees is that the security checkpoint for the Air Canada gates was very close to where my family and I were sitting. The TSA officers were very chill about me recording the airplanes and said nothing about it. The flight itself was quite enjoyable and a good way to kick off my vacation! The aircraft was in very good condition considering it was 9 years old (at the time) and the flight attendants were very kind and did their best to deliver sincere hospitality and a good impression on their company! There were biscuits and drinks served on this short flight to Toronto. They weren't the best tasting but held me over until we landed in Toronto. Upon landing in Toronto we fly over Niagara Falls, and downtown Toronto. Both sights are covred in haze and clouds making it hard to see but none the less. We landed in Toronto a few minutes ahead of time. I was able to see the newest member of the Air Canada fleet at YYZ.... The Boeing 787 Dreamliner!!!! It was gorgeous! and deplaning was not a hassle. I very much enjoyed that flight with Air Canada and looked forward to more of what Air Canada had to offer as after that flight we proceeded to customs, and then off to our next AC flight to Vancouver! Stay tuned!
Airline: Air Canada ( WAS REGULAR MAINLINE AC, NOT AC EXPRESS)
Aircraft: Embrarer 190
Delivery Date: December 12, 2005
Origin: Boston Logan International Airport (BOS)
Destination: Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ)