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Air Canada orders the MAX

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When these news outlets report on the MAX I wish they would say what version.  There are three you know.  I'd be interested to know if it's the -700/800 or -900.  I can just about guess with Westjet but AC is another story.

 

The -800 seems to be the most popular but the -700 has the best performance out of the three (size to thrust ratio).

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When these news outlets report on the MAX I wish they would say what version.  There are three you know.  I'd be interested to know if it's the -700/800 or -900.  I can just about guess with Westjet but AC is another story.

 

The -800 seems to be the most popular but the -700 has the best performance out of the three (size to thrust ratio).

Looks like a mix of the -8 and -9.

 

http://boeing.mediaroom.com/index.php?s=20295&item=128910

 

Certainly wasn't expecting that.

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Great news, while we wait for PMDG to make a 737 MAX sim, could some talented repainter make a fictional AirCanada paint for the NGX.  I will just pretend that it's the MAX to fly.   :lol:

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Great news, while we wait for PMDG to make a 737 MAX sim, could some talented repainter make a fictional AirCanada paint for the NGX.  I will just pretend that it's the MAX to fly.   :lol:

There is one here in the library, its an 800

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There is one here in the library, its an 800

Found them.  Thanks

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Sweet. It will be one of the few airlines with 737, 767, 777 and 787.

 

Interesting that they didn't support Bombardier's new C-Series by buying Canadian. I guess their was no incentive for that.

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Sweet. It will be one of the few airlines with 737, 767, 777 and 787.

 

Interesting that they didn't support Bombardier's new C-Series by buying Canadian. I guess their was no incentive for that.

In the  article they say they  are considering it :)

 

"The Montreal-based airline said it will also evaluate over the next six months the replacement of its remaining 25 E190 aircraft with more cost-efficient planes such as Bombardier's 110- to 160-seat CSeries."

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