Air Canada retired one of its Boeing 767-300 on 21st October 2017. The flight AC681 reg C-FCAB with old chevon livery will be heading out to retire at Pinal Airpark, Arizona, United States.
The airplane joined Canadian Airlines fleet in 1988 with the flight number 631 and later got merged into Air Canada fleet as AC681 in 1999.
The number 2 engine was swapped to a higher time engine and will depart Toronto as flight AC7099 to Marana, Arizona.
The C-FCAB has logged approximately 129,900 flying hours and 23,404 landing cycles
Currently Air Canada has 10 Boeing 767s in its fleet.