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HALIFAX - CanJet Airlines, a division of I.M.P. Group Limited, regretfully announces that it will discontinue scheduled air services at the end of business September 10, 2006. I.M.P. wishes to thank its loyal customers, employees and suppliers for their support and will work to minimize the impact of this decision.
It was announced last week that Transwest Air would begin providing service to Fort McMurray 4 days a week, and launching new service to Buffalo Narrows twice a week.
MONTREAL - ACE Aviation Holdings Inc. (ACE) announced today that it has received approval of the Superior Court of Québec to call a special meeting of its shareholders in order to propose a statutory arrangement pursuant to the Canada Business Corporations Act. The arrangement would grant authority to the board of directors of ACE to make from time to time one or more special distributions in an aggregate amount of up to $2 billion by…
MONTREAL - Air Canada today launched a low 'Tango Plus' pricing option offering significant savings off its regular multi-trip Flight Pass prices, specially designed for cost-conscious travellers seeking year-round value. Air Canada's new low 'Tango Plus' price for its range of North America and Rapidair multi-trip passes is valid for 10 or 20 prepaid one-way trips starting as low as $189, anywhere Air Canada, Jazz and their regional partners fly within Canada and the continental…
TORONTO - Sunquest is operating an emergency evacuation flight aboard a Skyservice B757 which has flown to Los Cabos today in the Baja Peninsula of Mexico, to evacuate some 215 Sunquest customers currently vacationing in the area.
TORONTO – Porter Airlines is pleased to announce its Platinum sponsorship of the 2006 Canadian International Air Show (CIAS). The show takes place over Lake Ontario and just next door to Porter’s new facilities at Toronto City Centre Airport (TCCA), where Porter is pleased to be providing use of its hangars, office space, ground handling and business lounge for aircraft and air show personnel.
TORONTO - Porter Airlines today celebrated the arrival of its first aircraft at Toronto City Centre Airport, the airline's home base. The 70-seat Bombardier Q400 did a ceremonial fly-by, before landing and serving as the backdrop for Bombardier's official key handover to Porter.
MONTREAL - Air Canada announced today the following executive appointments effective immediately. Daniel Shurz, formerly Senior Director, Air Canada - Airports, responsible for airport operations, is appointed Vice President, Network Planning. Before joining Air Canada in 2005, Daniel held a number of positions in the Planning Division at United Airlines and also worked for the Chicago Transit Authority. Daniel holds an MBA from the University of Chicago.
MONTREAL - Air Canada announced today that Arbitrator Donald Munroe has issued his wage review award for two employee groups represented by the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (IAMAW). The award covers approximately 10,500 Technical, Maintenance and Operational Support employees and approximately 300 employees in the Company's Finance Branch.
Transwest Air announced changes today to their planned Fort McMurray expansion, plus the addition of service to Northwest Saskatchewan. Marketing Manager Ken Landers, from Transwest Air’s Prince Albert office, announced today that, in response to customer demand, Transwest Air would be adding a Monday evening flight from Saskatoon to Fort McMurray, commencing September 18.