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Boeing 737 MAX 8 (C-GEJL)


"Air Canada 2356" ready for a departure to YYB and then YUL.


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Colton Fletcher
cool pic!!
Dwight Hartje
Outstanding head-on shot with an excellent use of the wet ramp as a reflective surface!
Kobe Hunte
I see that you have it on JetPhotos as well. Nice!
ron lefrancois
David Plummer
Sweet picture. But, how can a 737 Max be departing anywhere right now? Is this plane being used for flight testing under Canada's regulatory body?
David Plummer
To add on to my previous comment, I did read that Canada has permitted Air Canada to do some flights with this aircraft to keep certain pilots current. Air Canada doesn't have any prior generation 737, so the Max is the only 737 aircraft they have. Further, they were moving the plane to Pinal for storage, apparently to avoid having the plane sitting dormant in winter conditions.
Fantastic photo! The shiny reflection makes this photo outstanding!
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Date Aircraft Origin Destination Departure Arrival Duration
25-Jun-2020 B38MToronto Pearson Int'l ()Pinal Airpark () 09:01 EDT 09:59 MST 3:58
24-Jun-2020 B38MWindsor ()Toronto Pearson Int'l () 13:21 EDT 14:23 EDT 1:02
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