Canadian Airlines Airbus A319-119 (2016[F])

Canadian Airlines Airbus A319-119 (2016[F])

Boeingfan727
A three way merger. Canadian Airlines has merged with Trans Canada Airways, and Division Jet. Now based in Vancouver, Toroto and Montreal and a focus city still at the Southern Maine International. the newly formed Canadian Airlines now has a larger fleet and is able to launch daily service rather using codeshares with Golden Moose and V2. The fleet consists of the Airbus A319-119, Boeing 737-700, Boeing 737-800, Boeing 747-400, Bombardier CS300, and the McDonnell Douglas MD83/88. The Airbus A319 and Boeing 727 which serves for Division Jet are being retired. How ever the A319 is being kept for just slightly longer rather than the 727 which will enter cargo service. The A319 will not see the Canadian colors, just the titles as orders for th 737-700 were placed today, which is the aircraft that will replace it. The A319 first flew with Division jet in 1998, and all 22 have seen great service for the airline, but the aircraft are starting to show their age. They are popping up in the hangers more and more which is costing the airline. Three weeks ago three A319's had a large section of the overhead bin collapse within two days of eachother. One collapse happened with passengers in the aircraft. I do have to say the aircraft doesnt look have bad with the titles. I hope you guys enjoy the new content that will be cranking out soon. Thanks to all contributers. Thanks and enjoy! ©2016 Boeingfan727 #A319 #A319119 #Airbus #Airbus_A319 #Airbus_A319100 #Airbus_A319119 #Canadian_Airlines #Division_Jet #Trans_Canada_Airways
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