The world of Air Canada
Air Canada is Canada’s largest full-service airline and the largest provider of scheduled passenger services in the Canadian market, the Canada-U.S. transborder market and in the international market to and from Canada. Voted the best airline in North America for 5 consecutive years by skytrax World Airline Awards, Air Canada has also been selected as one of Canada’s top 100 employers for the last 3 years by the Globe and Mail. Become part of the diverse, innovative team that connects Canada and the world, and let your career take flight.
The Air Canada Family
When you join Air Canada, you become a part of a passionate culture that embodies an iconic Canadian symbol. Our diverse and innovative team of over 26,000 employees share the same passion: Connecting Canada and the world!
Being part of Air Canada is to become part of an iconic Canadian symbol. Across the country and across the world, the Air Canada family brings people together.
Our executives share with the employees a strong sense of direction and a uniform set of values.
Working at Air Canada – Benefits, Privileges and Rewards
Air Canada provides all of its employees with benefits that reflect today’s reality. These include a competitive salary and vacation policy, as well as a flexible group insurance plan that can be adjusted to fit the needs of each employee. Working for an international airline also offers exceptional growth potential and a wide variety of career opportunities to keep you engaged long-term.
Air Canada employees love to travel. Why wouldn’t they? With one of the most generous employee travel programs in the airline industry, Air Canada offers them and their immediate family members special rates on airfare. Plus, through Air Canada’s partners, they also enjoy discounts on car rentals, hotel accommodations, vacation packages and tour operators.
*Advantages may vary according to workplace.
Diversity In Our Business and Our Team!
The sky’s the limit!
At Air Canada, diversity is greatly valued and essential to the company’s success
For over 75 years, Air Canada’s success has been ensured by a wide variety of employees united by the shared desire to be part of a world-class team.
At Air Canada, we aim to create a healthy and rewarding work environment where everyone can excel and realize their full potential in a highly competitive and complex industry.
We recognize the contributions of all employees to our corporate success and the essential role they play in our sustainable initiatives.
We want to inspire, encourage and motivate our employees to feel satisfied and excel in everything they do.
Our employment equity and diversity program includes recruitment, integration, training and job retention actions for everyone.
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Just as our new way of doing business is based on how our customers travel, the long-term success of Air Canada depends on increased attention to how we work together.
I’m proud to work at Air Canada. I feel that I’m part of the team since day one. Each one’s differences contribute to the company’s strength. Everyone has something to offer
Inclusion and Diversity – Aboriginal
Partnerships are essential. We work with numerous Aboriginal programs, media and job fairs to hire First Nations People across Canada.
Since 1993 Air Canada has been a sponsor of The Indspire Awards to recognize Indigenous professionals and youth with outstanding career achievements. Recipients are chosen to serve as role models for all Indigenous peoples. In addition, since 2016, we sponsor the Indspire Bursaries and Scholarships to support Aboriginal students in their post-secondary education, apprenticeships and skilled trades programs.
Along with Jazz, Air Canada created a partnership with FNTI (First Nation Technical Institute) in order to help young Aboriginals in becoming pilots.
18 years ago, I saw an employment poster from Air Canada with a First Nations girl in an Air Canada uniform and I thought to myself: “That is what I want to do! That is going to be me!” Before I became a flight attendant, I had only been in an airplane a couple times. This career has opened my eyes to many new sights and has shown me the world. Air Canada is a great company and when my family talks about what I do and whom I work for, they are proud. I would love to see more First Nations people employed and representing Air Canada–whether it be on the front line, in the air, on the ground, or behind the scenes. Huy chq’u