Air Canada has expanded its Boeing Maintenance Performance Toolbox agreement to support the airline’s entire fleet, including Boeing and non-Boeing airplanes. “At Air Canada, we pride ourselves in being early adopters of technology that proves efficient and effective for the airline,” said Rich Steer, Vice President, Maintenance and Engineering, Air Canada. “Our aircraft maintenance engineers have seen the efficiencies Toolbox brings to maintaining our Boeing fleet and are excited to integrate it across all platforms.” Air Canada has been a Boeing Toolbox customer since 2014, initially contracting the service to support the airline’s Boeing 767, 777, 787 and future 737
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