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Air Canada's 70th anniversary in 2007
In January 2007, the year of its 70th anniversary, Air Canada was voted Best Airline in North America for the second consecutive year.
Air Canada - Star Alliance foundation member
Air Canada is one of the foundation members of Star Alliance - the world's biggest airline alliance.
Leader on non-smoking policy
The airline was the first in the world to specify a non-smoking policy on all flights across its entire fleet in 1987. This policy has subsequently been introduced by most airlines.
Project Extreme Makeover
Project XM: Extreme Makeover is Air Canada's extensive aircraft interior replacement project that began in mid-2006. By early 2008, the airline intends to install new cabins on all aircraft.
Passenger benefits include:
- New 8.9" touch-screen LCD displays, which will provide video and audio entertainment. Larger screens installed in Executive First Class seats.
- Interactive games
- Satellite radio
- USB ports to recharge iPods and BlackBerry handheld devices.
- Power plugs for laptops
Meal and Drink Services
A variety of meals are offered on Air Canada's intercontinental routes. For Canadian and US flights less than five hours, hot food is not offered to passengers. Cold food can be purchased in US or Canadian dollars, and coffee, tea, juice and soft drink are offered free of charge. Passengers are required to pay for alcoholic drinks.
Newspapers, magazines and enRoute magazine
Magazines and newspapers are available for Executive and Executive First Class passengers. enRoute is Air Canada's in-flight magazine, and is provided free to all passengers on all flights.
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