Air Canada completed memoranda of understanding covering an additional 14 aircraft with three different lessors, bringing to 135 the total number of aircraft with restructured leases. The airline reported it is finalizing MOUs on another 59 aircraft with 12 different lessors. The 194 aircraft represent about 60% of Air Canada's fleet. "Substantive discussions are currently underway with respect to the balance of the fleet," the carrier said. Air Canada is restarting lease payments as ...
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