Air Canada Unveils New Look
Air Canada has unveiled a new twist on an old look for its planes and uniforms for staff, adding black to its iconic red-and-white colour scheme.
The airline introduced the makeover at events in Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver on Thursday.
All the airline's 300 planes will soon resemble the Boeing 787s that were on display at the events. The tail, engines and undersides are black, but the red maple leaf icon will be on the fin.
It marks a return to the airline's look 24 years ago, when its maple leaf in a circle logo — known by the French term for a hockey puck, the rondelle — was replaced with just a maple leaf.