Air Canada To Launch Transatlantic Freighter Routes

A second Boeing 767-300ER converted freighter is joining Air Canada's fleet.
Air Canada will commence all-cargo transatlantic flights in May, connecting Toronto (YYZ) to four European cities. The new cargo routes are made possible by the delivery of the carrier’s second Boeing 767-300ER converted freighter. The airline’s first converted 767 freighter was delivered by Israel...
Aaron Karp

Aaron Karp is a Contributing Editor to the Aviation Week Network.

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