In December, when it will take delivery of the first of the 45 Airbus A220 it ordered, Air Canada will become the first Canadian airline to take delivery of this aircraft designed and developed in Canada. The Airbus A220 features a newly designed cab, emits significantly fewer emissions and has a reduced noise footprint.
The Airbus A220-300 will offer Air Canada passengers superior comfort with a 137-seat, two-class cabin layout. The all-new aircraft will replace the existing, smaller, older single-aisle fleet of the national carrier and support the growth of its hubs and network, creating one of the youngest and most fuel-efficient fleets in the world.
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Publiée par Boeingeek sur Samedi 9 novembre 2019
Now in Air Canada’s colors, the aircraft has gone through pre-flight activities in the hangar of the Airbus A220 pre-flight area in Mirabel. He will make his first flight later this fall. Currently, 94 aircraft are operating with six operators on regional and transcontinental routes in Asia, America, Europe, the Middle East, and Africa, demonstrating the versatility of the newest member of the family. Airbus. At the end of October 2019, the A220 backlog included 530 aircraft.
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From the 16th of January, the airline will operate the Airbus A220 on the domestic Montreal to Calgary route. This will operate some 11 times a week, with additional frequencies added from the 5th March onwards. Montreal to Toronto will be added from the 19th of January. Following this, March will see flights from Montreal to Edmonton, Montreal to New York La Guardia, Toronto to Edmonton and Ottawa added. From the 5th of April, the Airbus A220 will begin flying from Montreal to Winnipeg too.