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Masks, Lederhosen, and a beer ok on new Air Canada Toronto to Munich Flights

Bavarians will be allowed to board the upcoming Air Canada 77-9 Dreamliner aircraft in all 3 classes wearing Lederhosen or a Dirndl.
Lederhosen were and are traditionally made from leather material, making them easier to clean and to remove dirt and dust, after a hard day’s work. Lederhosen, therefore, were generally working-class apparel that carried specific cultural and social meanings in German-speaking cultures and countries. They are trendy in Bavaria, they raise eyebrows in the rest of Germany, but should be considered unique in Ontario or the rest of Canada.

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