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Air Canada has actually postponed the inaugural profits flight of the Bombardier C-Series Airbus A220.
Originally, the airline company prepared to fly its most recent jet on the Montreal (YUL) to Calgary (YYC) path start on Jan. 16. That approximately four-and-a-half-hour path will no longer see the brand-new airplane as prepared. Rather, the Airbus A220 will begin once-daily service on that path 4 days later Jan. 20, according to ExpertFlyer information.
Due to the hold-up on the YUL to YYC path, the A220’s very first industrial flight will now be Air Canada Flight 481 from YUL to Toronto (YYZ) on Sunday, Jan. 19. At the start, the 330-mile commuter hop will just get the brand-new airplanes on choose Sunday frequencies.
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Service will broaden to other existing paths, consisting of to New York LaGuardia ( LGA) in March, through May.
Air Canada will utilize the A220 to open brand-new continuously service in between Montreal and Seattle (SEA) and Toronto Pearson (YYZ) and San Jose, California (SJC) on May 4.
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The Air Canada A220 will provide an updated guest experience for those seated in both very first class and economy. The airplane includes simply 137 seats, with 12 in advance and 125 in the back.
Photo thanks to Air Canada.
The jet is set up with individual home entertainment screens at every seat, in addition to power and USB ports. Economy includes a few of the airline company’s largest seats, and the airplane includes a lot of overhead storage for travelers’ personal belongings.
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The provider will likewise be the very first to introduce North America operations of the Airbus A220-300 . Delta has actually been running the much shorter A220-100 alternative given that February, however Air Canada will be the very first to fly the longer extended variation.
Photo thanks to Air Canada.
Though the hold-up definitely stings for somebody like me who was reserved on the initial inaugural flight, I can’t wait to see Air Canada’s A220s crisscrossing the North American skies beginning Jan. 19.
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