On Monday 3 April 2017, Air Canada’s flight between Montreal and Brussels was operated with a Boeing 787 Dreamliner for the very first time.
One day later, one of the main highlights at Brussels Airport was Air Canada Boeing 787 Dreamliner C-GHPQ wearing the airline’s brand new livery.
It was the second time the airline operated a Dreamliner into Brussels Airport, but the very first time an aircraft wearing Air Canada’s latest livery landed at Brussels Airport.
Air Canada will operate the Boeing 787 Dreamliner instead of the Airbus A330 on its flight between Montreal and Brussels until the end of April.
Here are some photos of Boeing 787 Dreamliner C-GHPQ as the aircraft is on short finals for RWY 25L as flight AC832 YUL-BRU.
Hi-res versions are available here.