Air Canada presented its new design for the Jetz aircraft, the first class charter flight subsidiary. The Canadian airline abandoned its characteristic white scheme and opted for an all-black fuselage, in keeping with the luxury Porsche cars it uses to transport VIP passengers to the airport.
TODAY there fleet of four Airbus A320ceo configured exclusively to accommodate 66 passengers in business class which offers first-class charter flights to various destinations in Canada and the United States.
This new scheme is reserved for aircraft that carry flights contracted by sports teams, musicians and other special clients. Air Canada’s intention is that these aircraft are easily recognizable and stand out from the rest of its fleet. In addition, a complete renovation of the passenger cabin is planned in the near future.
Among the regular customers of TODAY equipment from National Hockey League (NHL), Like Canadians in Montreal and the Maple leaves in Toronto as well as VIP travel agencies, famous musicians and business travelers.
VIP Transfer Service
Air Canada provides Signature Class customers have the opportunity to connect between flights at major Canadian airports in luxury Porsche cars.. This service is available to passengers who meet certain requirements, such as originally booking and ticketing Air Canada Signature Class (J, C, D, Z or P class) or purchasing a Flexible Business cabin fare from Aeroplan.
Since its launch in 2022, Air Canada has become the first airline to offer this luxurious VIP benefit. The vehicle fleet consists of electric and hybrid cars, including Porsche Taycan, the Panamera and the Cayenne.