Air Canada’s plan to trim costs while boosting its product offerings is getting a lift from the carrier’s decision to keep flying 25 Embraer 190s rather than replace them with new narrowbodies. The carrier unveiled the move Thursday as part of its first quarter earnings release. The 25 E190s are part of a fleet of 45 the carrier flies, but Boeing agreed to buy 20 of them as part of Air Canada’s order for 61 Boeing 737 MAXs announced in December. Those 20 will be removed by ...

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