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What Happened To Asiana/Canadians B767-B8EER

Mon Feb 28, 2005 2:50 pm

Wow, the picture that I have in front of me is interesting. This AC operated with the normal OZ colors but had the CANADIAN logo on it. What happened to this AC afterwards?

The register number was C-GDUZ

So this meant that it was Canadian but did this later join AC's fleet or did OZ receive it? I hear that OZ was in financial difficulties at the time they were to receive the AC but..........
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RE: What Happened To Asiana/Canadians B767-B8EER

Mon Feb 28, 2005 3:01 pm

It's apparently still active with Air Canada:

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