In the recent past, Air Canada often struggled with how to leverage its geographical advantage. Despite hubs in Toronto and Vancouver, both well-positioned to attract connecting traffic between North America and Asia and Europe, the airline suspected it lacked the right aircraft for longer and thinner routes.  Toronto-New Delhi is a prime example. Air Canada flew the route several times in the past three decades, first with a Lockheed L1011, then a Boeing 747 and finally with an ...


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