Air Canada’s first Boeing 787 scheduled service will be introduced in July on a nonstop service between the carrier’s Toronto Pearson International Airport hub and Ben Gurion Airport in Tel Aviv. The airline says it will take delivery of all 15 787-8s on order in the spring and will operate the first three on domestic and international preview flights before inaugurating scheduled service. Air Canada says the first delivery of 22 Boeing 787-9s aircraft is planned for July 2015, and ...

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