Farewell! Air Canada Embraer E190’s Departing Toronto for Retirement | Toronto Pearson Int’lHello everyone! Welcome to this video!
Today, we are saying farewell to another aircraft as Air Canada’s Embraer E190’s exit the fleet after 15 years of service with the airline from 2005-2020.
A key player in Air Canada’s fleet- Air Canada operated 45 Embraer E190’s who played a vital role in the airline short to medium haul operations in Canada, the United stares and the Caribbean. Their retirement was accelerated due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Seen in this video are the five last remaining aircraft departing Toronto from RWY 24R heading into retirement; four heading to Tucson and one heading to Melbourne. Farewell to the Embraer; a key player in the short to medium haul ops.
Enjoy the video!
Airline: Air Canada
Flights: ACA2321, ACA2323, ACA2329, ACA2325, ACA2335
Aircraft: 5x Embraer E190AR’s
Registrations: C-FMZD, C-FNAN, C-FNAP, C-FMZB, C-FNAW
Destinations: Tuscon Int’l (KTUS) and Melbourne Int’l (KMLB)
Date Filmed: 04JUN20
Times: From 0700-0930hrs
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