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Montreal, Canada - Air Canada is removing seats from three Boeing 777-300ERs to use these planes in cargo flights. The conversion of the first aircraft is now complete and began operations.

The conversion operation was carried out in Mirabel by the Canadian aircraft maintenance and cabin integration specialist Avianor. Avianor said that it removed 422 passenger seats from the first aircraft and installed lightweight cargo boxes. The conversion was implemented in six days. All modifications have been certified by Transport Canada.

The converted Boeing 777-300ERs will carry time-sensitive materials, including urgent medical supplies, and essential goods to support the country's economic activities.

Air Canada plans to increase the number of its all-cargo flights to 20 per week with newly converted Boeing 777s along with other Boeing 787s and Boeing 777s assigned to this task.


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