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MONTREAL - Aeroplan and Future Shop have announced that the companies have agreed to modify certain aspects of their partnership. As a result of these changes, Aeroplan members can continue to earn Aeroplan Miles at Future Shop up to and including May 31, 2006. Mileage accumulation will no longer be offered for purchases made at Future Shop after such date. Redemptions of Aeroplan Miles for Future Shop merchandise - made online at Aeroplan.com - will…
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MONTREAL - Today, Aeroplan announced that two Star Alliance carriers, SWISS and South African Airways, have joined the Aeroplan program. Effective immediately, Aeroplan members may accumulate and redeem Aeroplan Miles for travel with either carrier. The addition of SWISS and South African Airways brings the total number of Aeroplan's airline partners to 30.
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TORONTO - Sunwing Airlines Inc. announced today it will take possession of a new Boeing Next-Generation 737-800 aircraft on June 5. The aircraft is currently being manufactured by The Boeing Company. This will be the third aircraft in Sunwing's fleet and the first to be equipped with winglets, which provides additional fuel savings. The five-year lease is being arranged by Babcock & Brown Aircraft Management (BBAM).
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Smithers – Central Mountain Air is pleased to announce this service will operate using our new Dornier 328, 30 seat turbo prop aircraft, offering fast, direct flights between Dawson Creek and the Vancouver International Airport Main Terminal.
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TORONTO - Porter Airlines Inc. has selected two Toronto-based firms to bring to life a design concept for its terminal space at the Toronto City Centre Airport (TCCA) and help create a unique passenger experience. The architectural and interior design partners in the terminal rejuvenation project are Scott Associates Architects Inc. and Figure3.
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MONTREAL - Air Canada today announced it has adjusted fares to reflect additional operating costs in response to record high fuel prices. The fare increase, effective on tickets issued beginning today, applies to most fare types including published, web and other special fares for travel on Air Canada and Air Canada Jazz within Canada and between Canada and the United States.
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MONTREAL - ACE Aviation Holdings Inc.(ACE) said today that it has entered into an agreement to sell 1.75 million shares in US Airways Group Inc. (US Airways) to PAR Investment Partners LP. The net proceeds from the sale transaction will amount to US$67.55 million which represents 90% of ACE's original investment in US Airways of US$75 million in September 2005. ACE still holds 3.25 million shares in US Airways.
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LONDON - David Taylor, President & C.E.O. of Discovery Air Inc. (DA), is pleased to announce that DA has reached an agreement in principle with the shareholders of Great Slave Helicopters Ltd. (GSHL) to purchase all of the issued and outstanding shares in the capital of GSHL in exchange for cash and newly issued shares of DA. Completion of the transaction is subject to a number of conditions, including receipt of all necessary regulatory, TSX…
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FORT MCMURRAY - The departure of flight AC 1198 today from Fort McMurray marks the launch of the only non- stop flights from Northern Alberta to Toronto, with same-plane service continuing to St. John's, Newfoundland & Labrador. To accommodate customer demand, today's inaugural flight and two additional weekend flights in April are being operated with the larger 120-seat Airbus A319 aircraft. Flights are regularly scheduled with the 93-seat Embraer E190 jet. The Newfoundland Express flights…
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CALGARY - WestJet (TSX:WJA) today announced the launch of its new travel pass for return flights between Toronto and Ottawa and between Toronto and Montreal. This product is a first for the airline, which will provide guests with the flexibility of 10 one-way flights for $1,200 (including all taxes, fees and surcharges) for travel up to and including August 31, 2006.
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