Air Canada has placed a firm order with Boeing for 18 787-10 Dreamliner aircraft. Deliveries of the new aircraft are scheduled to begin in the fourth quarter of 2025 with the last aircraft scheduled for delivery in Q1 2027. The 787-10s will be used to replace older, less efficient wide-body aircraft currently in the Air Canada fleet. The agreement also includes options for another 12 787-10 aircraft, which the airline says will provide flexibility for growth to meet future customer demand. “Air Canada has made investing in the passenger experience a core priority. Our experience shows customers greatly enjoy flying.