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Air Canada to Restart Boeing Max Service on Feb. 1

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Air Canada will begin flying the Boeing 737 Max on commercial routes again next month, with plans for it to “gradually return” to its North American route network.

On Monday, Canada’s aviation regulatory body Transport Canada issued an Airworthiness Directive for Boeing 737 Max aircraft, clearing the aircraft type to return to Canadian airspace on Tuesday. Air Canada, which has 24 Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft in its fleet, on Feb. 1 will begin flying the aircraft on select flights between Toronto and each Halifax, Montreal, Ottawa, Edmonton and Winnipeg.

WestJet earlier this month said it would begin Boeing 737 Max commercial service this week, pending the directive from Transport Canada.

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