This morning Air Canada announced it is acquiring 26 extra-long range (XLR) versions of the Airbus A321neo. Air Canada cites sufficient range to serve all North American and select transatlantic markets while offering customers added comfort and improving the...
UPDATE JULY 30 – To bring you more aviation news, Airinsight introduces News in Brief. During each month from July onwards, we compile a rolling story by date with news that is sometimes too small for a deep analysis but still interesting enough not to be...
UPDATE – The quest for more sustainable aviation fuels (SAFs) in North America has received a boost this week. On July 14, Boeing announced a partnership with SkyNRG Americas on scaling up the availability and use of SAFs on a global level. At the same time,...
It might be a bit early to think of future fleet updates in the current market situation, but Air Canada is certainly looking at options as it prepares to exit from the pandemic in the coming months. While its fleet will be adequate for the time being, the Canadian...
Air Canada and Transat announced they have mutually agreed to terminate the Arrangement Agreement for the proposed acquisition of Transat by Air Canada. Air Canada and Transat had originally agreed in June 2019 on the acquisition, the terms of which were subsequently...
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