Air Canada and its regional carrier Jazz late last week signed memoranda of understanding to restructure leases on 14 more aircraft with four different lessors. The mainline carrier and Jazz are in the process of finishing MOUs on another 23 planes with six different lessors. "Substantive discussions are currently underway with respect to the balance of the fleet," the carrier said. To date, Air Canada has returned 23 aircraft to lessors and is completing decisions on which ...
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