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Trans Canada Air Lines – An Important Retro Livery?

Trans Canada Air Lines – An Important Retro Livery?

Air Canada gave as a sneak-peek yesterday, of a brand-new A220 in the paint shop, wearing a stunning Trans Canada Air Lines livery. Some retro liveries are a little bit of marketing, hopefully mixed with some good design. But some are a bit more special, as airlines...
Cargo-In-Cabin Flights – 155 Reconfigured Aircraft In 2020

Cargo-In-Cabin Flights – 155 Reconfigured Aircraft In 2020

Airlines removed seats from a total of 155 airliners in 2020, to perform cargo-in-cabin flights. But were they enough to make up lost capacity? The figures come from Cirium’s Airline Insight Review 2020. Obviously not all 155 aircraft operated at once. The peak time...
737 MAX Gets Canadian Approval To Return To Service

737 MAX Gets Canadian Approval To Return To Service

On Monday, Canadian authorities announced that Boeing’s 737 MAX will be able to enter service again on Wednesday the 20th of January. We got an inkling that this development was due, last week. Canadian airlines were stepping up their preparations to return their 737...
Air Canada Converts Its Airliners To Freighters!

Air Canada Converts Its Airliners To Freighters!

After using its passenger airliners for cargo-only flights in the last few months, Air Canada will now convert two of its 767s to freighters. ‘Air Canada Cargo’ is the airline’s branch that deals with cargo operations. But it doesn’t have its own aircraft. Air Canada...
Ground Incident Trend Continues? Two More In One day

Ground Incident Trend Continues? Two More In One day

Barely a day after we looked at the Spirit and Lion Air excursions, two more ground incidents join the list in these strange times. Thankfully they, too, didn’t involve any injuries. The first ground incident involves an Air Canada 787 at Vancouver International...