Old Jul 10, 19, 3:49 am
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Originally Posted by Fiordland View Post
Better solution would be to follow the lead of TAP Air Portugal. Take some of the A321 LR configure them with proper international business class. TAP is doing it between Portugal and Brazil. AC can do it between Ottawa and Europe.

AC getting some delivery slots for the A321 LR with its Air Transit purchase.
Although I am waiting to see the schedule for July 2020, I'd say that one potential scenario for YOW is the loss of YOW-FRA with all TATL traffic on an upgaged A330 to LHR - even if FRA is a better connection point for many European destinations... I don't disagree thought that the potential addition of TS could be a bit of a game changer - but will be interesting to see how Rouge and TS eventually co-exists and how this impact AC's overall fleet strategy
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