Air Canada To Retire 79 Planes Over Pandemic Slowdown

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The E190s will depart first, to be replaced by the A220-300.
Credit: Air Canada
Air Canada is speeding up retirement of 79 older jets across its fleet as it digs in for a drawn-out period of low demand owing to the COVID-19 pandemic. The retirements include Air Canada’s Airbus...

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