Tuesday, November 18, 2008
Air Canada will be increasing capacity on its Toronto-Frankfurt route from June 2009 by replacing its second daily Boeing 763ER operated flight (AC876) with the larger Airbus A 330-300. As a result, AC will be using a B 773ER + an A 333 for its double daily YYZ-FRA flights from that month onwards. AC also announced that it will be suspending its 2nd daily YVR-LHR route from April 2009 onwards as part of its long haul restructuring plan. However, to compensate for the loss in frequency, it will be increasing capacity on AC 854 from a daily A 333 to a daily B 773ER.