Air Canada Might Fly 737Max To Europe, South America

TORONTO— Air Canada is considering using its Boeing 737Max aircraft, the first two of which arrive in December 2017, to fly long, thin routes across the Atlantic, the airline’s president said in an interview. The carrier has not flown Boeing 757s, so unlike U.S. airlines, it generally has not been...

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