AIR CANADA SPLITS 90 AIRCRAFT ORDER BETWEEN BOMBARDIER, EMBRAER - Amid aggressive restructuring plans to re-emerge from bankruptcy, Air Canada reached an agreement in principle last week to buy 45 Bombardier and 45 Embraer aircraft. The large order of regional jets will figure as a major part of Air Canada's new strategy to build a successful business. "For customers, these aircraft mean low-cost, high-frequency jet service to a wide selection of destinations in Canada and the United ...

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