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Air Canada’s predecessor, Trans-Canada Airlines, was created by the Canadian federal government in 1936.  A bill was then passed in 1964 that changed the name of the airline to its present name to Air Canada.  The name change took effect in 1965. Air Canada is the flag carrier of Canada and, is not only the largest airline in the country, but is also the eighth largest passenger airline in the world. Air Canada case studies discuss the beginnings, growth, modernization, subsidiaries and services of the Air Canada airline company.

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A brief history of Air Canada can serve as a good introduction for Air Canada case studies. An interesting fact to include in the introduction is that Air Canada began its operations with just two planes bought from Canadian Airways. Also, in the early years of its development, top executives from United Airlines and American Airlines helped the Air Canada grow and develop. Looking for a trustable writing company? Check out a paytowritepaper review, i worked as freelance writer with them i give them my score.This assistance should be noted Air Canada case studies as well. The company’s privatization, the financial difficulties it experienced as well as its reorganization and mergers should be discussed next in Air Canada case studies since all these signify the growth of the airline. Air Canada case studies should next discuss the efforts to modernize the company that were implemented and their effectiveness. Next, some of the airlines plans for the future such as switching to a more modern fleet aircraft from the Boeing 747 to the Airbus A340, and adding new colors to its aircraft, new uniforms and cabin makeovers, should be described in Air Canada case studies. In addition, some of Air Canada's subsidiaries should be listed in Air Canada case studies. Air Canada Cargo, Aveos Fleet Performance Inc., Air Canada Vacations, Air Canada Jetz are just a few that should be mentioned.  Finally, Air Canada's focus on its business and economy classes should be described in Air Canada case studies.


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