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Re: 79 Airplanes Retired

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Inverted2 wrote: Mon May 18, 2020 1:14 pm Curious as to the future of Rouge. The announcement said that all the 767 and 319 are to be permanently removed. That leaves only the 321's? Are Rouge pilots flying mainline planes now? (for what little flying there is)
Yes all Rouge pilots will become mainline.
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Both of them that are left? :smt040



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Air Canada tests demand with international summer flights

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The 67 was a beauty. The lifestyle and pay at the LCC will be missed. People will still travel to warmer destinations especially in the winter. Most of the people here needs to log off and do something more productive or fulfilling. Cheers!
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Air Canada rouge to use A321s on trans-Atlantic routes

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Air Canada to retain A319s, mulls order cancellations.

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Heard they just had an A330 delivered based on a previous lease agreement they couldn’t get out of. Formerly operated by SIA.
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Air Canada targets almost $553mn in private funding

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The collateral pool will include nine A321-200s, one B777-200(LR), three B767-300(ER)s, and three B787-8s. Five of the A321s were delivered in 2001 and are approaching 20 years old, while the other four were delivered in 2013 and 2014.

The B777-200(LR) was delivered in 2008, the B777-300(ER)s in 2008 and 2009, and the B787-9s in 2017 and 2019.
For a second there it seemed like they were keeping some 767's. But I'm guessing it's more shoddy aviation journalism because the type(s) change in the next paragraph.
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