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History Television starts airing its new 20 part series tonight called "Things That Move". Everything from the birch-bark canoe to the electric car, from the first skate board to the bush plane, human innovation has been driven by the desire to move beyond the limitations of our body’s design.
REGINA - Air Canada Jazz CRJ-705 jets departed for Toronto from Regina Monday as part of planned schedule improvements featuring more non-stop service with the delivery of next-generation, made-in-Canada aircraft.
SASKATOON - A new Air Canada Jazz CRJ-705 jet departed for Toronto from Saskatoon this morning, as part of planned schedule enhancements featuring more non-stop service with the delivery of next- generation, made-in-Canada aircraft.
MONTREAL - ACE Aviation Holdings Inc. today provided an update regarding its intention to proceed with an initial public offering of Jazz Air Limited Partnership through an income trust structure. ACE is pursuing an initial public offering as a means to maximize the value of its investment in Jazz for the benefit of ACE shareholders. The preparatory work to file a preliminary prospectus has been completed, and the document is ready for submission. Given current…
MONTREAL - Commencing October 4, 2005, the U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Department of Homeland Security will require airlines to collect additional Advance Passenger Information (APIS) from customers travelling to, from, and via the United States.
KELOWNA - A.O.G. Air Support Inc., a world leader in aerospace safety and performance enhancement products, is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Doug Kobayashi as President, effective October 1, 2005. The outgoing President, Mr. Dave Barron, will continue in his role as CEO and Chairman of the Board of Directors.
MISSISSAUGA - Cargojet Income Fund announced today a cash distribution of $0.0917 per unit for the period from September 1, 2005 to September 30, 2005. The distribution will be paid to unitholders of record at the close of business on September 30, 2005 and will be payable on or before October 15, 2005.
MONTREAL - Air Canada today said that it had reached agreement with the Air Canada Pilots Association (ACPA) on a process to resolve all issues relating to the airline's acquisition of Boeing 777 and 787 aircraft.
TORONTO - Air Canada and the Air Canada Pilots Association (ACPA) have agreed to submit the long-standing seniority dispute to mediation for a final resolution. The parties have agreed to appoint Martin Teplitsky, Q.C., a very senior and prominent mediator, to direct the mediation efforts.
CALGARY - WestJet, Canada's leading low-cost airline, announced today that it has been contracted to airlift evacuees in the path of Hurricane Rita to safety. The evacuated citizens will be flown from Houston, Texas to designated U.S. cities as directed by American authorities.