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  • Air Canada (AC) has launched Live TV on select aircraft and domestic routes
  • Currently, 40 Boeing 777, Boeing 787, Airbus A330 and Airbus A220 aircraft are Live TV-enabled
  • Available programming includes TSN, TSN 2, RDS, CTV News Channel, LCN and BNN Bloomberg
  • Air Canada is Canada’s largest airline, providing scheduled passenger service directly to 50 airports in Canada, 47 in the U.S. and 69 internationally
  • Air Canada (AC) opened trading at C$18.61

Air Canada (AC) has launched Live TV on select aircraft and domestic routes.

Live TV on Air Canada flights currently features six Canadian English and French channels.

John Moody, Senior Director – Product Design at Air Canada, commented on the news.

“We are thrilled to launch Live TV as the newest addition to our unparalleled onboard entertainment. Customers will be able to enjoy content from great Canadian channels in both English and French. Sports fans flying with us can enjoy the exhilaration of watching regular season, playoff and championship games in real-time. At the same time, business news junkies will appreciate remaining connected to market trends and current events right from their seats. As we continue elevating the customer experience, we look forward to expanding Live TV to more flights and bringing even more leading content and features in 2023,” said 

Live TV is presently available on domestic routes from coast to coast operated with a Live TV-enabled aircraft. Currently, 40 Boeing 777, Boeing 787, Airbus A330 and Airbus A220 aircraft are Live TV-enabled. Air Canada expects 50 per cent of domestic flights operated by mainline aircraft to offer Air Live TV by the second quarter of 2023.

Live TV programming on Air Canada flights includes:

  • TSN, TSN 2 and RDS 
  • CTV News Channel
  • LCN
  • BNN Bloomberg

Air Canada is Canada’s largest airline, providing scheduled passenger service directly to 50 airports in Canada, 47 in the U.S. and 69 internationally.

Air Canada (AC) opened trading at C$18.61.


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