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Vancouver - Vancouver-based Harmony Airways will adjust fares on all routes in order to off set the rising cost of fuel. Prices will increase by $12 for each one-way fare, effective for tickets purchased on or after August 23, 2005. Since all Harmony routes are over 1000 miles, all destinations will carry the same price adjustment.
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Robert Milton, Chairman, President and CEO of ACE Aviation Holdings Inc. (ACE) today announced the following key executive appointments that support the Corporation’s strategic business objectives.
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CALGARY – Big Sky Transportation Co., a wholly owned subsidiary of MAIR Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ-MAIR) today announced plans to begin service between Calgary, Alberta and Spokane, Washington, Kalispell/Whitefish/Columbia Falls, Montana (GPI) and Boise, Idaho on October 5, 2005. The service will utilize Big Sky Airlines’ 19-seat Beechcraft 1900D aircraft.
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MONTREAL - Aeroplan President and Chief Executive Officer, Rupert Duchesne, today announced the appointment of Rob Peterson to the position of Executive Vice-President and Chief Financial Officer of Aeroplan LP, effective September 1, 2005.
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MONTREAL - Robert Milton, Chairman, President and CEO of ACE Aviation Holdings Inc. (ACE) today announced the following key executive appointments that support the Corporation's strategic business objectives.
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A brief delay for passengers on an American Airlines flight, which made an emergency stop in Gander Saturday. The Boeing 777 was carrying 244 passengers from Paris to Newark, New Jersey.
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MISSISSAUGA - Cargojet Income Fund (TSX: CJT.UN) (the "Fund"), Canada's leading provider of time-sensitive overnight air cargo service, today announced its results for the second quarter ended June 30, 2005.
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MONTREAL - Air Canada today announced that it has expanded availability of its popular web-based Flight Passes offering buy-in- bulk savings in airfares to residents of the United States traveling to Canada. Designed for frequent fliers seeking value and flexibility in air travel, Air Canada's "Flight Pass to Canada" is available exclusively online at the U.S. edition of aircanada.com and through travel agents.
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MONTREAL - Air Canada is making checking-in easier for more customers with the expansion of its popular online check-in service now available to most of its customers departing the United States for Canada. Air Canada customers in the United States departing from over a dozen of the carrier's key U.S. airports can check-in and print boarding passes from the convenience of their home or office by simply visiting www.aircanada.com . Air Canada already offers this…
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CALGARY - Hier, WestJet (TSX:WJA), la première société aérienne à bas prix du Canada, a officiellement pris livraison de son premier Boeing 737-600 de la prochaine génération. En 2005, la société aérienne prendra livraison de cinq appareils 737-800, sept 737-700 (dont quatre ont déjà été livrés) et trois 737-600.
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