Air Canada Extends Boeing 737 Max Cancellations Through February 2020

By Anna Breuer on 17 October 2019
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IMG_0360Air Canada announced additional changes to its flying schedule through early next year as a result of the grounding of the Boeing 737 Max. The change will give it “scheduling predictability” as the airline begins the implementation of a new reservations system.

As a result, the airline has removed the aircraft from its schedule until February 14, 2019.

“We are taking this prudent step as a result of the ongoing regulatory uncertainty about the timing of the aircraft returning to service,” the airline said in a statement.

Air Canada has 24 Boeing 737 Max aircraft currently in its fleet and, based on the now suspended delivery schedule, would have had 36 in its fleet by mid-summer.

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