this past weekend but the massive airliner will soon be a familiar site in the country.
Air Canada has ordered 37 B787 Dreamliners which will enter the airlines’ fleet in 2014.
The Dreamliner’s first Canadian stop was Toronto but when it enters service with Air Canada it won’t just be serving Canada’s biggest city.
The 787 family of airplanes seat between 200-300 passengers and are more environmentally friendly than other planes of that size.
According to Boeing the 787s use 20 per cent less fuel per passenger than similarly sized airplanes, produce lower emissions and make quieter takeoffs and landings.
Inside the airplane, passengers will find cleaner air, bigger windows, more stowage space and improved lighting.