Canada Looking Into Second-Hand Aircraft To Transport Justin Trudeau - To Replace CC-150 Polaris (Airbus)
Air Canada the potential supplier...
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December 22, 2020 - by Daniel Leblanc for ici.radio-canada.ca
Ottawa is studying the commercial aircraft market to replace its fleet of five aircraft used to transport cargo, military personnel and the Prime Minister.
The federal government is eyeing the private commercial aviation market, in the midst of the crisis due to the COVID-19 pandemic, to replace its aging fleet of planes which are used, among other things, for the Prime Minister's official travel.
According to what Radio-Canada has learned, Ottawa is even wondering if the plan to replace its five CC-150 Polaris transport planes could not be used to give a boost to the Canadian aviation sector, which is struggling with aircraft that no longer serve.
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By purchasing second-hand planes from a company based in Canada, the government would inject money into a sector that is financially suffering from the consequences of the current crisis, while replacing its fleet of aircraft dating from the 1980s.
The name of Air Canada as a potential supplier...
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