Air Canada Has Big Plans For Its C Series Fleet

Credit: Bombardier
If Air Canada takes 45 Bombardier C Series aircraft, as it signaled on Feb. 17 that it would, the carrier plans to use the first 25 to replace its Embraer 190 fleet, with the rest going toward fulfilling incremental growth, executives said on the carrier’s fourth-quarter earnings conference call...

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