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  1. Air Canada - Airbus A320-200 (YYZ-FLL) Beechcraft 1900D (YYZ-MDT) Canadair CRJ-200 (YYZ-EWR) (Jazz) Canadair CRJ-705 (YYZ-EWR) (Jazz) Embraer 175 (EWR-YYZ) (AC prior to transfer to Sky Regional) Embraer 175 (EWR-YYZ, YYZ-BWI) (Sky Regional) Embraer 190 (EWR-YYZ) Westjet - Boeing 737-700 (YYZ-PUJ) Sunwing - Boeing 737-800 (YYZ-POP) Allegiant Air - MD-88 (MDT-SFB) MD-83 (SFB-MDT) Airbus A319-100 (MDT-SFB) Airbus A320-200 (SFB-MDT) Delta Air Lines - Boeing 717-200 (MDT-ATL) MD-88 (ATL-YYZ) US Airways - CRJ-200 (YYZ-PHL, PHL-YYZ, ABE-PHL) DHC-8-200 (PHL-ABE).
  2. Details here: https://www.aircanada.com/ca/en/aco/home/book/travel-news-and-updates/2019/flights-operated-on-behalf-of-air-canada-5.html and https://onemileatatime.com/air-canada-737-max-grounding/ Air Canada is leasing Qatar Airways A330s for use on YUL-Europe routes. For sure I've seen A7-ACK and A7-ACI running under the Air Canada banner. Routes are AC2400 (YUL-CDG) and AC2402 (YUL-BCN) and return flights. Despite what the article states, I don't see any Omni 767-200s having operated the YVR-HNL route in the past month, but I do see scheduled 767-200 service on the route starting tomorrow (AC4211). Should either be operated by N207AX (currently in Alaska) or N234AX (currently in Las Vegas).
  3. Quarterly fleet reports show the remaining 767 frames leaving the fleet by the end of 2019. I doubt the MAX grounding will change this; Air Canada has been using Rouge operations and chartering other aircraft to help offset the grounding.
  4. Air Canada - Airbus A320-200 (YYZ-FLL) Beechcraft 1900D (YYZ-MDT) Canadair CRJ-200 (YYZ-EWR) (Jazz) Canadair CRJ-705 (YYZ-EWR) (Jazz) Embraer 175 (EWR-YYZ) (AC prior to transfer to Sky Regional) Embraer 175 (EWR-YYZ, YYZ-BWI) (Sky Regional) Embraer 190 (EWR-YYZ) Westjet - Boeing 737-700 (YYZ-PUJ) Sunwing - Boeing 737-800 (YYZ-POP) Allegiant Air - MD-88 (MDT-SFB) MD-83 (SFB-MDT) Delta Air Lines - Boeing 717-200 (MDT-ATL) MD-88 (ATL-YYZ) US Airways - CRJ-200 (YYZ-PHL, PHL-YYZ, ABE-PHL) DHC-8-200 (PHL-ABE).
  5. Add: - SFB - Orlando-Sanford - ATL - Atlanta
  6. There's already GO Route 40, which has a segment which operates between RHC and Pearson Terminal 1. You also have the luggage issue, wherein YRT buses aren't made to carry large loads of luggage. GO buses have storage areas, even the TTC buses dedicated to Pearson services have luggage racks. Thanks for the clarification, I thought it was a one-time thing when I saw it since I drive Yonge Street a lot and never saw the 811.
  7. Saw a VIVA bus a few days ago on Yonge with destination sign "811 CHARTER", even had a little paper sign on the front with the same wording. I've only seen the typical "CHARTER" signage, but never one with a number on it. Anybody familiar with this?
  8. Shows $250 CDN on my end right now. In other news, C-GUDH is now officially coming up as departing YYZ-YYC on Wednesday February 20th, flight 655.
  9. Air Canada has released their Q4 2018 results. Some key notes: - Alongside the ex-TAP A330s coming in 2019, Air Canada is getting an additional A330 in 2020. - Embraers are gone as of 2020, as expected. - Retirement of the A320s goes into full swing in 2019, with some transfers to Rouge. - As a surprise, the Express Dash-8-100s are going to be fully retired in 2019, while phasing out of the CRJ100/200s and Dash-8-300s begins. - 8 Dash-8-400s are leaving the fleet in 2020.
  10. The 18xx have standard two-line coding on Route 50 just like the D40LFs and LFS.
  11. These units have been showing up on 50 quite a bit, I'll have to run out and check a few.
  12. I'm reminded of the OnBoard LCD system VIVA had. Didn't last too long and was prone to errors/not working.
  13. Every Air Georgian B1900 I've been on had a lavatory (though they're nothing to write home about, even the MAX 8 ones are better). It may be the EVAS ones that don't.
  14. WestJet's 787-9 service is expected to commence on February 20, 2019 from Toronto-Calgary. Flights can already be booked via WestJet, but beware that the current prices seem pretty hefty. Business class is available, along with the standard economy and premium fares.
  15. Just announced - 6 years @ 6.9 mil.
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