Over the past week, the A220-300 has made several flights around Montreal’s Mirabel Airport. The most recent was on Monday when the plane spent three and a half hours in the air.

Today, via social media, Air Canada announced the RetroJet had made its first official flight for Air Canada. However, the flight-tracking website, RadarBox.com has the plane still firmly on the ground at Mirabel. Other flight tracking sites support that. Simple Flying has reached out to Air Canada to clarify exactly what the “first official Air Canada flight” means.

The RetroJet is the 18th of 19 A220-300s ordered to start flying for Air Canada. The nimble Airbus aircraft replace Air Canada’s pre-existing mainline fleet of smaller, older narrowbody aircraft, support the airline’s hub and network growth, and are helping create a younger and more fuel-efficient fleet.