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Air Canada's first 737 MAX at Boeing Field (Photo: Chuyi Chuang)

Air Canada Outlines Fleet Overhaul Amid New Aircraft Arrivals

With new aircraft arriving from Boeing and Bombardier, Air Canada and its low-cost subsidiary Air Canada Rouge have announced several changes to their fleets. The expected changes will see modern and more efficient planes replace the current aging aircraft types in their fleets. The aircraft replacement concerns Air Canada’s Embraer 190s and Air Canada Rouge’s narrowbody fleet. On the mainline Air Canada side, all remaining twenty-five Embraer EMB-190IGWs will be removed from service by mid-2019. "Our expectation is that we…

Air Canada Continues to Increase Its South American Market Share

On Sunday,  Air Canada flight 1942's arrival at Lima's Jorge Chávez International Airport marked the successful launch of Air Canada's non-stop service between Montreal and Lima, Peru, Montreal's first year-round link to the southern hemisphere. The twice-weekly flights will be operated by Air Canada Rouge, Air Canada's low-cost leisure-oriented airline, with 282-seat Boeing 767-300ER aircraft featuring Premium…