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Air Canada's first A220 Rolls out of the Paint Shop

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Let’s raise the curtain on Air Canada’s first A220 - so bold with your Zorro-like iconic look! Can't wait to see it joining Canada’s flag carrier! (twitter.com) More...

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geot
Painters got the logo wrong way round on starboard fin. All other Logos OK.
rapidwolve
rapidwolve 1
Nice catch..at least they did not use the Cathay Pacific stencil makers and call it Air Canda.
ConcordeNick
The link to twitter appears to be broken.
kevinkeswick
It is - use this link https://simpleflying.com/air-canada-airbus-a220/
ConcordeNick
Thanks!
AbieshanG13
Time for some change, Air Canada
kevinkeswick
Kevin Keswick -1
Time for some change? This is Air Canada's new livery - just a year old and it is one of the sharpest and boldest liveries with its distinctive bandit mask.

AbieshanG13
I can see that. I live in Canada and my home airport, well also my favourite in the world, is YYZ.
vdi74
James T 1
https://simpleflying.com/air-canada-airbus-a220/
enriquep100
(Duplicate Squawk Submitted)

Video: First Air Canada A220-300 Rolls Out Of Paintshop

Air Canada’s first Airbus A220 rolled out of the paint shop at Bombardier’s Mirabel facility. The plane is expected to be delivered to the Canadian flag carrier in December.

The brand-new aircraft will now move to pre-flight operations before taking off for its maiden flight later during this fall. Air Canada placed an order for 75 A220s in February 2016. The airline signed a Letter of Intent (LoI) with Bombardier for the purchase of up to 75 CSeries CS300 (now A220-300).

The deal contemplated 45 firm orders plus 30 options, including conversion rights to the A220-100 variant. Based on the list price, the order was valued at approximately US$3.8 billion in 2016.

http://airwaysmag.com/airlines/air-canada-a220-rolls-out/

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