Air Canada said Thursday it will acquire two additional Boeing 777-300ERs. The added 777s, to be delivered in the 2016 second quarter, will bring the Montreal-based airline’s 777 fleet to 25 aircraft, a mix of -300ERs and -200LRs. Air Canada president and CEO Calin Rovinescu said the new 10-year labor contract ratified by the carrier’s pilots provides the “stability” to be “able to accelerate our fleet initiatives and capital programs with the acquisition of an ...

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