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Old March 19th, 2005, 07:33 PM   #81
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Air Canada orders firm, Embraer says
Official denies rumours airline may switch to Bombardier

Canadian Press
19 March 2005

MONTREAL -- Air Canada could be under pressure to cancel a large airplane order with Brazil's Embraer SA and instead be the launch customer for a new aircraft proposed by Bombardier Aerospace, a Wall Street analyst said yesterday.

Heidi Wood of Morgan Stanley Dean Witter said there are rumours the Canadian government and other political parties are putting pressure on Air Canada to cancel an order with Embraer and back Bombardier's new C Series jet.

In a conference call with Embraer management, the analyst said the pressure is on because of the $700 million in financing aid Ottawa and the Quebec government are to grant Bombardier to get its new C Series aircraft off the ground and assure it will be assembled in Quebec.

Mauricio Botelho, chief executive of Bombardier's arch rival Embraer, said a cancellation is highly unlikely for the 90 aircraft - including options - ordered by Air Canada, with deliveries starting this year.

"I don't believe this is likely to happen," Botelho said in a conference call to discuss his company's fourth-quarter results.

Botelho noted that Embraer won the orders in 2003 and 2004 on the merits of its aircraft against bids from Bombardier, Airbus and Boeing. Bombardier also got orders for 90 aircraft.

"At that time there was strong pressure from the government and from political entities in Canada to back their local industry, but that did not happen because of the value of our airplane," said Botelho.

He added that deliveries for the two ordered models will start this year, whereas the Bombardier C Series - if it goes ahead - could not begin deliveries for another five years.

Air Canada spokeswoman Isabelle Arthur also said the rumours "are unfounded. We have no plans to cancel our Embraer aircraft order."

Eyebrows were raised when Air Canada split its regional jet orders between Bombardier and Embraer. The airline agreed in December 2003 to a deal for 45 Embraer 190s, seating 93 passengers, with options for another 45, for orders totalling $2.7 billion.

It followed up with an order in November 2004, for 15 Embraer 175s, seating 75 passengers, with an option for 15, for a combined value of $1 billion.

Air Canada thus became the launch customer for the Embraer 175 allowing the Brazilian manufacturer to go forward with that program.

Bombardier, with an aircraft assembly plant right next to Air Canada's head office, makes aircraft in both those classes.

This week Bombardier's board of directors approved an "authority to offer" for C Series, meaning the company can start looking for a launch customer for the 110- to 130-seat aircraft.
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Old March 21st, 2005, 09:27 PM   #82
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Air Canada warns of industry turbulence
21 March 2005
The Globe and Mail

ACE Aviation Holdings Inc., parent of Air Canada, says increased airline competition, high fuel prices and debt may hurt the company's profitability.

Air Canada emerged from 18 months of bankruptcy protection on Sept. 30, after cutting $12-billion in liabilities by more than half. Montreal-based ACE is matching airfares of rivals such as WestJet Airlines and introducing 90 regional jets to its fleet by 2008 to replace older, less fuel-efficient aircraft.

High fuel prices and increased competition from U.S. airlines and low-cost Canadian carriers may keep ACE from generating enough money, forcing it to “delay or abandon” its business plan, it said.

“A delay or failure in the completion of the corporation's fleet restructuring, including a delay in delivery of regional jets, could adversely affect the implementation of the new business plan, which may, in turn, have an adverse effect on the corporation's business results from operations and financial condition,” ACE said in a filing submitted to regulators late Friday.

ACE said it will continue to have “significant” debt, and its ability to pay depends on the airline's performance and a chance to refinance on more favourable terms.

In a statement issued yesterday, ACE said it continues to expect improved operating and financial performance this year as a result of its cost-reduction measures, and it is committed to achieving its 2005 earnings projection even though the price of oil has exceeded its estimated cost of $35 (U.S.) a barrel.

However, it added: “As fuel prices are subject to many external factors beyond the corporation's control, the corporation may not be able to fully mitigate the potential adverse effect that this or other factors could have on the 2005 EBITDAR projection.”
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ACE Aviation Increasing Regional Jet Fleet In 2005
By Monica Gutschi
22 March 2005

TORONTO (Dow Jones)--ACE Aviation Holdings Inc. (ACE.B.T) is speeding up the delivery of two new regional jets from Embraer S.A. (ERJ), and is leasing eight used aircraft built by Bombardier Inc. (BBD.SV.B.T) for use by its regional subsidiary Jazz.

The aircraft are in addition to the planned expansion of regional jets at both Jazz and the mainline carrier Air Canada, a company spokeswoman said.

Air Canada was to receive 15 70-seat Embraer 175 series jets this year, and two 90-seat Embraer 190 series jets. According to recent company filings, the Embraer 190 series aircraft delivery schedule was modified. Two of the 18 jets that were to be delivered in 2006 will now be delivered this year.

Meanwhile, regional carrier Jazz was to receive seven Bombardier 50-seat CRJ200 aircraft and 15 70-seat CRJ705 aircraft in 2005. Filings show that in addition, ACE's board on March 8 approved another eight CRJ200s under operating leases.

Isabelle Arthur, a spokeswoman for Air Canada, said the company is finalizing the leases on the aircraft. No further details were available.

The aircraft are believed to have come from Independence Air, the operating subsidiary of Flyi Inc. (FLYI).
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Air Canada parent ACE to issue equity, debt

MONTREAL, March 21 (Reuters) - Air Canada parent ACE Aviation Holdings Inc. plans to refinance an expensive loan from GE Capital by raising C$600 million ($496 million) in a combination of debt and equity, the company said on Monday.

ACE said it would offer about C$350 million in class A and B shares, and C$250 million in convertible notes.

Proceeds will repay C$540 million in a credit facility from General Electric (GE.N) unit GE Capital that was used to finance Air Canada's exit from 18 months of court protection from creditors at the end of September.

The repayment will cut ACE's net annual interest costs by about C$27 million, the company said.

Analysts had been expecting the refinancing, part of a process that some predict may lead to the spinoff of Air Canada's frequent flyer program Aeroplan.

Class B shares of ACE were off 10 Canadian cents at C$34.50 in Toronto on Monday morning.

ACE also said Air Canada had obtained commitments from a lending syndicate led by the Bank of Montreal (BMO.TO) for a C$300 million two-year revolving credit facility, subject to the completion of the equity offering.

After it issues the equity and repays the GE Capital loan, ACE will have cash and committed credit facilities of C$2 billion. Its net debt will be about C$4 billion, it said.

On Sunday, ACE reiterated its forecast for C$1.6 billion of earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, amortization and aircraft rent for 2005.

That assumes average price of $35 a barrel for West Texas Intermediate crude oil in 2005, but ACE said it expects higher revenues and additional cost savings to offset the spike in fuel prices.

U.S. light crude oil prices have been hovering just under the record price of $57.60 a barrel hit on Thursday.

($1=$1.21 Canadian)
(Additional reporting by Sue Thomas in Toronto).
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Old March 27th, 2005, 09:04 AM   #85
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3,000 line up for airline jobs
Air Canada hiring flight attendants for summer Former Jetsgo employees go to head of the line

Daphne Gordon
Toronto Star
21 March 2005

Kaely Hebert hopes to be airborne again soon, after her recent bumpy landing with defunct airline Jetsgo.

Hebert stood in line at the Holiday Inn on King St. W. yesterday, where Air Canada was accepting resumes for jobs for flight attendants based at Pearson International Airport.

"It's still a good job if you can get it," said the 20-year-old, nine days after finding out in a newspaper she had lost her job as a flight attendant with Jetsgo.

About 3,000 people attended the fair over the weekend, lining up for several hours in some cases, just to get a 15-minute informal interview with Air Canada recruiters.

The airline is recruiting flight attendants to add to its staff for the summer season, said airline spokesperson Laura Cooke yesterday.

She explained that successful applicants will win short-term contracts based out of Toronto Pearson airport.

Cooke couldn't say exactly how many jobs are available.

Applicant Barbara D'Amico, who has been doing office work for the last few years but hopes to become a flight attendant, said, "It's a very exciting career."

"They're willing to train, and although I don't have experience in the field, I have other skills that will go toward this."

The company was inviting former Jetsgo employees to pass the long line, which snaked through the second floor of the hotel.

"It makes sense for us to give priority to people with previous flying experience," said Cooke, adding that former Jetsgo employees will go through the same screening process as everyone else, including a formal interview, language testing and a rigorous training program.

While Air Canada officials were expecting many of the 1,350 people who lost their jobs at Jetsgo to attend the fair, only about 50 applicants acknowledged that they had been working at the discount airline.

"We did expect more, but we weren't really in a position to predict," said Cooke.

A few hundred candidates from last weekend's recruitment sessions will be invited back for a more formal interview, said Cooke.

"I got a ticket to ride!" declared one 25-year-old woman who emerged with an invitation to return at a later date. She asked not to be named but described the screening process as well-organized and professional.
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Air Canada Technical Services Secures USD$300 Million Maintenance Agreement for Delta Air Lines

MONTREAL, March 29 /CNW Telbec/ - Air Canada Technical Services (ACTS), a limited partnership of ACE Aviation Holdings Inc., today announced that it has secured an agreement with Delta Air Lines for the maintenance, repair and
overhaul (MRO) of the Atlanta-based airline's fleet of more than 200 Boeing 757-200, 767-300 and 767-300ER aircraft. The exclusive agreement, one of the industry's largest outsourcing contracts, covers a period of five years and represents potential revenue to ACTS of approximately USD$300 million. Heavy maintenance work will be performed at ACTS's Vancouver maintenance centre beginning in May 2005, resulting in the creation of approximately 300 jobs there. Delta Air Lines currently operates 121 Boeing 757s, 28 Boeing 767-300s and 59 Boeing 767-300ER aircraft.

"The selection of ACTS to perform Delta's heavy maintenance work on its Boeing fleet is a reflection of Air Canada Technical Services' worldwide reputation for safety and reliability, and underscores our cost competitiveness achieved through restructuring last year," said Robert Milton, Chairman of ACTS, and Chairman, President and CEO of ACE Aviation Holdings Inc. "We look forward to further developing the potential value that ACTS holds for all stakeholders, including customers such as Delta, one of the world's leading and largest carriers."

"A major contract such as this, one of the industry's largest, reflects ACTS's strong reputation for quality service and technical expertise in a number of fleet types including these Boeing aircraft," said Bill Zoeller, President and CEO, ACTS. "Our agreement with Delta Air Lines is consistent with our business strategy to leverage our MRO expertise, and knowledge of commercial airline operations, to grow as a stand alone profitable business."

Air Canada Technical Services, a limited partnership of ACE Aviation Holdings Inc., the parent company of Air Canada, is a full-service Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul organization that provides airframe, engine and component maintenance and various ancillary services to a wide range of more than 100 global customers, including Air Canada, Air Canada Jazz, JetBlue, United Airlines, ABX, Mexicana, Snecma Services, Chromalloy, Lufthansa Technik, International Lease Finance Corporation (ILFC) and Canada's Department of National Defence. Montreal-based ACTS operates maintenance centers across Canada with a combined workforce of 3,600 employees and has major bases in Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg and Vancouver.
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ACE Aviation Announces Pricing Of C$720M Concurrent Equity And Convertible Senior Notes Offerings
30 March 2005

MONTREAL (Dow Jones)--Strong investor demand has resulted in ACE Aviation Holdings Inc. (ACE.B.T) increasing the size of its concurrent equity and convertible senior note offers to now raise a total of about C$720 million, up from the originally planned C$600 million.

In a news release, ACE Aviation said it will sell a total of 11,350,000 Class A variable voting shares and Class B voting shares at C$37 each, for gross proceeds of about C$420 million, as well as C$300 million of 4.25% convertible senior notes due 2035.

The company said it has granted the underwriters over-allotment options to purchase up to another 10% of each of the offerings for 30 days after closing. If both options are exercised in full, the total size of the combined offerings will be C$792 million.

The financings, which are subject to regulatory approvals, are expected to close on about April 6.

ACE Aviation said the senior notes will be convertible into shares at an initial conversion price of C$48 a share, which represents a premium of about 30% to the share offering price and a ratio of about 20.8333 shares per C$1,000 principal amount of notes. The senior notes will be convertible any time at the option of the holders.

Starting June 6, 2008, ACE Aviation said it will have the right to redeem all or a portion of the convertible senior notes. Holders may require ACE to purchase all or a portion of their convertible senior notes, at a price equal to 100% of the principal amount of the notes plus accrued interest, on June 1 of the years 2010, 2015, 2020, 2025 and 2030.

As reported, ACE Aviation's principal subsidiary, Air Canada, received commitments from a syndicate of lenders for a two year senior secured revolving credit facility totaling C$300 million, subject to completion of the equity offering.

ACE Aviation said net proceeds from the offerings will be used mainly to repay outstanding debt of C$540 million under an exit credit facility with General Electric Capital Corp. The repayment will reduce net annual interest costs by about C$27 million, it said, and will provide it with greater strategic and financial flexibility.

As of March 28, ACE Aviation said its consolidated cash balance, measured on the basis of cash in bank accounts, totaled about C$1.8 billion. After after giving effect to the offering, the syndicated credit facility and the repayment of the exit facility, it said it will have cash and committed credit facilities of more than C$2 billion, resulting in adjusted net debt of about C$4 billion.

RBC Capital Markets, BMO Nesbitt Burns and CIBC World Markets are acting as joint book running managers for the equity offering. RBC Capital Markets, Merrill Lynch and BMO Nesbitt Burns are acting as joint bookrunning managers for the convertible senior note offering.

The shares and convertible senior notes being offered won't be registered under the U.S. Securities Act of 1933, the company noted.

ACE Aviation is the parent holding company of Air Canada and certain other subsidiaries including Aeroplan LP, Jazz Air LP and ACTS LP. According to the TSX Web Site, ACE Aviation had 11.5 million Class B shares outstanding as of Tuesday's close.
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Hungry investors boost ACE's offering plans
Equity, debt issue rising 20 per cent
Airline aims to pay off costly loan

31 March 2005
The Toronto Star

MONTREAL -- Air Canada parent ACE Aviation Holdings Inc. plans to boost its equity and debt offering 20 per cent to $720 million because of strong investor demand.

ACE will offer 11.35 million class A and B shares at $37 each, for a total value of $420 million, the Montreal-based company said yesterday.

ACE is also offering $300 million in 4.25 per cent convertible senior notes due in 2035.

The notes will be convertible into stock at $48 a share.

Over-allotment options could push the value of the equity and debt offer to $792 million.

Last week, ACE unveiled plans to refinance an expensive loan from General Electric Co. unit General Electric Capital Co. by raising $600 million.

The refinancing would cut annual interest costs by $27 million.

Yesterday, ACE said strong investor demand has prompted the company to increase the offering.

Robert Milton, chairman, president and chief executive at ACE, said ticket bookings are strong at Canada's largest airline, which emerged from 18 months of court protection from creditors at the end of September.

ACE said its cash balance of $1.8 billion will rise to more than $2 billion after the offering and refinancing.

Adjusted net debt, which includes the capitalized value of aircraft leases, will amount to some $4 billion.

Analysts had been expecting the refinancing, which is part of a process that some predict may lead to the spin-off of Air Canada's frequent-flyer program, Aeroplan.

ACE's class B shares rose $1.10, or 2.98 per cent, to close at $38 on the Toronto Stock Exchange yesterday.

The stock hit a year high of $38.83 on March 14.

The offering is expected to close on April 6.
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Air Canada Says Delta Contract Worth $300 Million



Tuesday, March 29, 2005 10:06:51 AM ET

MONTREAL (Reuters) - Air Canada's new contract to maintain parts of the Delta Air Lines aircraft fleet is worth $300 million over 5 years, the airline said on Tuesday.

Air Canada's parent ACE Aviation Holdings Inc. said its Technical Services limited partnership, will conduct heavy maintenance, repair and overhaul work on the Delta fleet at its Vancouver center, beginning in May. The contract will create about 300 jobs.
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Air Canada Offers More Aeroplan Miles for Faster Reward Travel, Gives Simplified Fares More Simplified Names

MONTREAL, April 1 /CNW Telbec/ - Starting today, eligible Air Canada
customers will earn more Aeroplan Miles - for purchasing online at
aircanada.com, and again while traveling - to make it faster than ever to
receive reward travel on Air Canada and its Star Alliance partner airlines. In
addition to enhanced Aeroplan benefits, the carrier also announced changes to its simplified fare structure that will make it easier for consumers to choose
the bundle of benefits right for them among the carrier's five simplified fare
products for travel in Canada and the United States.

"Shoppers are used to buying options on cars, software upgrades and the
right hotel accommodation that meets their needs and budget. Air Canada has
done the same by offering clear choices for air travellers, and now we've made
it even more rewarding as well as simpler for consumers to make informed
choices," said Montie Brewer, President and Chief Executive Officer. "After
having simplified fares, eliminated old-style ticketing restrictions and
introduced exclusively one-way options for maximum travel flexibility, today
we've gone one step further by offering our customers even more rewards for
choosing to purchase online at aircanada.com."

In addition, to make each fare product more easily recognizable for its
unique value-added benefits, Air Canada has renamed two of its five fare
products:

- Tango remains Air Canada's popular everyday low, no-frills fare.
- Tango Plus replaces Fun, leveraging the Tango brand's wide recognition for affordability, while clearly indicating additional value-added customer benefits such as complimentary advance seat selection and lower change fees. In addition, Aeroplan members will now receive more Miles for their purchase online at aircanada.com, plus more Status Miles while traveling that count towards earning top tier status.
- Latitude remains the fare product offering maximum travel flexibility with complimentary unlimited changes any time, eligibility for upgrades to Executive Class, and now more Miles for purchasing online at aircanada.com .
- Latitude Plus replaces Freedom, offering maximum flexibility with additional perks such as lounge access and priority check-in and baggage handling, eligibility for upgrades to Executive Class, and now more Miles for purchasing online at aircanada.com.
- Executive Class remains Canada's choice for premium comfort and service, and now offers more Miles for purchasing online at aircanada.com.

With over 200,000 visits per day and accounting for more than 50 per cent
of Air Canada's domestic sales, aircanada.com is Canada's favourite source for
affordable, value-driven fares on an everyday basis.

Air Canada has made it easier than ever to find the greatest choice of
competitive low fares online. With the recent introduction of a powerful new
booking engine at aircanada.com, consumers and travel agents can see at a
glance the lowest fares available over a period of several days before and
after their selected travel date. The new fare search tool, a first for a
Canadian air carrier, uses leading edge technology to display up to seven days
of fares at a time with a single click of a mouse, compared to older
technologies used by other carriers that require more time and effort to
repeat the search process for each travel date selected.

Visiting aircanada.com is more than choosing the right fare product to
meet each traveller's own needs. Air Canada recently expanded its popular
online check-in service to include all of its flights departing Canada, in
addition to its domestic flights. Air Canada customers departing Canada to any
destination in the United States or overseas can now check-in and print
boarding passes from the convenience of their home or office by simply
visiting aircanada.com . Web check-in is available within 12 hours before a
flight, and up to one hour before domestic Canada flight departures or two
hours before U.S. and international flight departures, to give enough time for
customers to arrive at the airport. The availability of this convenient
service will be further expanded in the near future to include international
flights bound for Canada.

Air Canada was the first full-service carrier in North America to
simplify fares, offering five one-way fare products to choose from, and now
more Aeroplan Miles to obtain faster reward travel:

Tango: Air Canada's everyday low, no-frills fare
- $150 flat fee for same-day changes at the airport, with no additional charges for fare difference
- Unlimited changes anytime for $30 plus additional fare difference
- 50% Aeroplan Miles (non Status Miles)
- One Aeroplan Mile for every $3 spent when booking online
- Advance seat selection for $15
- Non-refundable

Tango Plus: Tango affordability, plus -
- Just $50 for same-day changes at the airport, with no additional charges for fare difference
- Complimentary advance seat selection
- More Aeroplan Miles: 100% Aeroplan Status Miles (was 50%)
- One Aeroplan Mile for every $2 spent when booking online (was for every $3 spent)

Latitude: Maximum flexibility
- Complimentary unlimited changes any time
- Fully refundable
- 100% Aeroplan Status Miles
- One Aeroplan Mile for every $1 spent when booking online (was for every $3 spent)
- Complimentary advance seat selection
- Eligible for Aeroplan upgrade to Executive Class

Latitude Plus: All the benefits of Latitude, plus -
- Complimentary access to Maple Leaf Lounges (in Canada)
- Priority check-in and priority baggage handling (in Canada)
- 125% Aeroplan Status Miles
- One Aeroplan Mile for every $1 spent when booking online (was for every $3 spent)

Executive Class: Premium comfort and service
- Seating in Executive Class cabin
- Complimentary access to Maple Leaf Lounges
- Complimentary unlimited changes any time
- Priority check-in, priority baggage handling and priority boarding
- Fully refundable
- Complimentary advance seat selection
- 150% Aeroplan Status Miles for J class bookings; 125% Aeroplan Status Miles for C class bookings
- One Aeroplan Mile for every 1$ spent when booking online (was for every $3 spent)
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Air Canada launches Toronto-Rome service
5 April 2005
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Air Canada has launched a new year-round direct service between Toronto's Pearson International Airport, Canada and Rome, Italy.

From 12 April 2005 Air Canada will reportedly also offer codeshare flights via Rome to Lamezia Terme, Catania, Palermo, Turin and Venice in cooperation with Air One, a Lufthansa partner airline.

According to the airline, the Toronto-Rome service will be operated with Boeing 767-300ER aircraft.
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Air Canada Inaugurates Non-Stop Service to Rome, Introduces Codeshare Services Within Italy

MONTREAL, April 5 /CNW Telbec/ - With the departure today of flight AC890
en route to Rome from Toronto's Pearson International Airport, Air Canada
inaugurates year-round non-stop flights between Canada and Italy's capital
city. In addition, effective April 12, 2005, Air Canada will offer flights on
a codeshare basis via Rome to Lamezia Terme, Catania, Palermo, Turin and
Venice in cooperation with Air One, a Lufthansa partner airline. The codeshare
agreement with Air One features reciprocal frequent flyer benefits for
Aeroplan members.
"The reintroduction of our non-stop service to Rome strengthens Air
Canada's position as the carrier of choice for non-stop flights to Europe,"
said Ben Smith, Vice President, Planning. "Together with our codeshare
partner, Air One, Air Canada's network is extended further to points
throughout Italy resulting in a more seamless travel experience for our
customers."
Air Canada's Toronto-Rome non-stop service is operated using 223-seat
Boeing 767-300 ER aircraft, offering customers a choice of two classes of
service. Flights are timed for convenient connections to and from cities
throughout Air Canada's extensive North American network.

Toronto Rome Rome Toronto
AC890 1825 0900 (+1) AC891 1220 1610


Montréal-based Air Canada provides scheduled and charter air
transportation for passengers and cargo to more than 150 destinations on five
continents. Canada's flag carrier is the 14th largest commercial airline in
the world and serves 30 million customers annually with a fleet consisting of
300 aircraft. Air Canada has been ranked as the world's safest airline and in
a 2002 survey of the world's most frequent air travellers by travel
information publisher OAG, Air Canada was voted best airline in North America
for the second time in three years, and Air Canada's frequent flyer program,
Aeroplan, was voted best in the world. Air Canada is a founding member of Star
Alliance providing the world's most comprehensive air transportation network.
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Air Canada March Load Factor 79.8%
06 April 2005

MONTREAL (Dow Jones)--Air Canada flew 3.62 billion revenue passenger miles in March, up 6.4% from a year earlier.

In a press release, the company said capacity was up 1.7% to 4.53 billion available seat miles and the load factor increased to 79.8% from 76.3%.

For the first three months of the year, traffic was up 4.8% to 10.11 billion revenue passenger miles, capacity was down 1.6% to 12.88 billion available seat miles and the load factor rose to 78.5% from 73.7%.

For its Jazz regional division in March, traffic was up 11.8% to 161 million revenue passenger miles, capacity was down 3% to 226 million available seat miles and the load factor improved to 71.2% from 61.8%.

Air Canada is owned by ACE Aviation Holdings Inc. (ACE.B.T).
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Air Canada to resume flights to Guyana
7 April 2005

GEORGETOWN, Guyana (AP) - Air Canada will resume scheduled flights to Guyana this summer after a break of about three decades, the government said Thursday.

The three weekly fights to Guyana from Canada via Trinidad are set to begin June 13, said Manniram Prashad, an adviser to President Bharrat Jagdeo.

Air Canada, along with British Airways (then BOAC), Pan Am, Air France and several other airlines, had pulled out of the South American country in the late 1970s during the height of an economic downturn that made it difficult to repatriate international currencies to their home bases.

None of the others have returned but the government has said it is also courting American Airlines to add the former British colony of more than 700,000 people to its routes either from Trinidad or Barbados.

Air Canada, based in Montreal, plans to use either an Airbus-319 or a Boeing 767 depending on passenger load, officials said.
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Workers win in airline's battle to close 9 bases
Rick Westhead
Toronto Star
08 April 2005

The union representing Air Canada's reservation agents has won a battle with the airline over its plans to close nine bases in cities such as Whitehorse and Thunder Bay, a move that would have forced as many as 330 employees to choose between moving to the carrier's larger offices or severing ties completely.

In a ruling issued this week, Martin Teplitsky, Air Canada's chief arbitrator, has ruled that Air Canada employees represented by the Canadian Auto Workers have the right to remain in affected cities to work for Air Canada's regional Jazz unit at their current rate of pay.

The 110 affected employees will also receive their current benefits and pension entitlements, Teplitsky ruled.

In a memo to members, CAW officials described the judge's decision as a "double win" since "present employees are not to be harmed and the future looks better as these bases will be able to compete on an improved cost structure."

Air Canada spokesperson Laura Cooke said the company "understands that the delay in dealing with this process was unsettling for employees."

The CAW and the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers, which represents ramp workers and baggage handlers, both filed grievances over the carrier's plans.
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Air Canada, WestJet Fly Fuller Planes in March
Wed April 6, 2005 10:25 AM GMT-04:00

TORONTO (Reuters) - WestJet Airlines Ltd. and Air Canada both flew fuller planes in March than a year earlier, the two airlines said on Wednesday.

Montreal-based Air Canada, the operating arm of ACE Aviation Holdings Inc. , said its March traffic, measured by revenue passenger miles, rose 6.4 percent from a year earlier, while overall capacity increased by 1.7 percent.

Its passenger load factor, which gauges the number of seats sold as a proportion of available seats, rose 3.5 percentage points, to 79.8 percent, from 76.3 percent in March 2004.

Domestically, traffic increased by 3.3 percent, while capacity decreased by 1.1 percent. The load factor rose 3.4 percentage points, to 79 percent from 75.6 percent a year ago.

Air Canada, the country's major carrier, said March was the 12th straight record month for its load factor.

Number 2 carrier WestJet, Canada's leading discount airline, said its traffic for March 2005 rose 54.7 percent from a year ago, while overall capacity rose 34.7 percent.

Its load factor was up 10.1 percentage points at 77.8 percent. This compares with 67.7 percent last March.

Both airlines have benefited from the demise of discount competitor Jetsgo in early March.
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Aeroplan rapped over data security
11 April 2005
The Globe and Mail

The Office of the Privacy Commissioner has sharply criticized security at Air Canada's popular Aeroplan frequent-flyer program and told the airline to better protect members' account information.

“On the whole, there was a clear lack of diligence on the part of Air Canada with respect to its handling and protection of customer personal information,” Heather Black, assistant privacy commissioner, said in a recent ruling involving a Vancouver businessman whose Aeroplan account was accessed, and changed, by his former boss.

While noting the airline has taken some steps to tighten security, she said key data is still too easily available. “If someone with access to an account number calls the system, he or she [is able to access] the account holder's name, the number of miles recently credited to the account, and the account balance.”

“This information is not password protected. I remain concerned about the accessibility to the information that is still on the system.”

Aeroplan has six million members and has reward program partnerships with retailers such as Future Shop Ltd., Imperial Oil Ltd.'s Esso gasoline chain and Bell Canada's phone services.

Michele Meier, an Aeroplan spokeswoman, said the company has already acted on recommendations made during the investigation, “We're in the process of evaluating whether any further measures will be taken or will be necessary,” she said.

The case dates back to March 14, 2002, when the businessman, Danny Yehia, received a duplicate copy of his previous Aeroplan statement.

When he contacted Aeroplan for an explanation of why he was sent the additional statement, he was told that someone had requested the information and changed the e-mail address on his account.

At the time, Mr. Yehia was involved in a lawsuit with his former boss, Joel Berman, a Vancouver glass designer. Mr. Berman alleged Mr. Yehia and his partner had taken company secrets when they left his glass business months earlier. Part of the lawsuit centred around a trip Mr. Yehia took to Australia allegedly to meet a rival glass company.

Mr. Berman admitted to the privacy officer that he obtained detailed information about Mr. Yehia's account from Aeroplan's computerized telephone information system and through an Air Canada agent. “Air Canada states that he could do this because there was no personal identification number required,” Ms. Black said in her decision.

She said Mr. Berman did not misrepresent himself or pretend to be Mr. Yehia. In fact, he provided the agent with his name in order to pay a processing fee to change the account.

The lawsuit was eventually dropped, but Mr. Yehia complained about Aeroplan's actions to the privacy commissioner.

In her decision, released last week, Ms. Black said she was “disturbed by Air Canada's lack of co-operation with respect to [Mr. Yehia's] complaint.”

She also said the agent who changed the account had not been properly trained in privacy issues and “it did not appear to concern her that she was not speaking to the account holder.” The agent “did not even seem to be aware of the importance of maintaining the confidentiality of personal information.”

She added that, given the number of people who have access to Aeroplan members' numbers, such as employers, travel agents, and Aeroplan workers, “I do not believe that having account information readily available, without any protection on it, constituted an adequate safeguard.”

Ms. Meier said Aeroplan regrets “this unfortunate incident,” and noted that it has restricted the information on the automated phone service. It has also updated privacy procedures and introduced more training for staff.

But Ms. Black questioned whether the changes go far enough. She said the automated system still provides access to account holders' names, the number of miles recently credited to the account and the account balance.

“Many individuals have credit cards that are partnered with Aeroplan. Anyone with access to the Aeroplan account number could potentially know from the number of miles credited to the account how much money was charged against the account holders' credit card in a month.”

She recommended password controls should be placed on all account information that is accessible though the automated system.

Mr. Yehia said Aeroplan should be doing much more to protect information.

“You'd think that after [the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks] security would be an important issue,” he said.

When asked if he is still an Aeroplan member, he laughed and replied: “I am. Because where I travel, I don't really have much choice.”
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Air Canada Welcomes New Canada-China Bilateral Air Agreement; Announces Major Expansion of Passenger and Cargo Services to China

MONTREAL, April 19 /CNW Telbec/ - Air Canada welcomed major enhancements
announced today in the Canada-China bilateral air services agreement and
applauded the federal government for achieving a framework that will allow for
significant growth in passenger and freight transportation in this important
market. The new bilateral air agreement will allow for a threefold increase in
capacity as well as the addition of more points in China that can be served
directly.
With the unveiling of a new bilateral air agreement, Air Canada today
announced extensive plans for expansion of its passenger and freight services
to China, one of the world's largest and fastest growing economies. Plans for
new passenger and shared cargo services include:

- New Toronto-Beijing non-stop service to be increased to daily flights
by 2006;
- Daily Toronto-Shanghai non-stop service to begin summer 2006;
- Daily Vancouver-Guangzhou non-stop service to begin summer 2007.

Air Canada is also introducing next month cargo operations between
Toronto and Shanghai using an MD-11 freighter with a total cargo capacity of
85 tonnes. This cargo service will be increased to daily flights in 2006.
In addition, Air Canada plans to expand its dedicated cargo operations to
China as follows:

- Second daily Toronto-Shanghai freighter service via Vancouver to begin
2006;
- Daily Toronto-Guangzhou freighter service to begin 2007.
- Future plans also include freighter service to Tianjin to serve
Northern China.

"This new bilateral air agreement will allow Canada and China to realize
tremendous opportunities for growth in air transportation for passengers and
freight. We applaud Canada's Minister of Transport, Jean Lapierre, and
officials of both governments for achieving a new framework that will allow
for strategic growth and positive change in this critically important market,"
said Montie Brewer, President and Chief Executive Officer. "With Air Canada's
introduction of double daily services via our main hub in Toronto to Shanghai
and Beijing, together with our daily non-stop service to Hong Kong, we will
provide eastern North America and Latin America with unprecedented ease of
access to mainland China and Hong Kong. Moreover, now that Canada will be
granted Approved Destination Status, Air Canada is well positioned to meet the
significant growth that is expected in tourism between China and Canada in the
years to come."
On January 21, 2005, the People's Republic of China agreed to recognize
Canada as an officially approved travel destination. Approved Destination
Status (ADS) will allow Chinese residents to travel to Canada using a tourist
exit visa. Currently, only a limited number of Chinese visitors travelling on
business can obtain exit visas to Canada. In 2004, Canada received 77 000
overnight visitors from China, and the World Tourism Organization estimates
that by 2020, there will be 100 million Chinese tourists annually.
"The new bilateral air agreement is also excellent news for freight
forwarders seeking ways to seize new opportunities for trade with China, one
of the world's fastest growing economies that will now be better served than
ever by Air Canada's cargo services. We are very excited with the prospect of
expanding dedicated freighter services to Shanghai and Guangzhou from our main
Toronto hub to meet double digit growth in demand from freight forwarders,"
concluded Brewer.
Air Canada's expanded China services from its main Toronto hub will offer
passengers and freight forwarders convenient connections for flights
throughout the carrier's extensive network in North and South America, and
complement its daily non-stop services from Vancouver to Beijing and Shanghai,
as well as its daily non-stop flights to Hong Kong from Toronto and Vancouver.
"Toronto is a natural gateway to Asia," said Toronto Mayor David Miller.
"Thousands of Torontonians have business, cultural and family ties with China.
This non-stop service uniquely positions Toronto as a major conduit between
China and North and South America, which is great news for our international
trade and tourism industries."
With an elapsed time of 13 hours 20 minutes westbound and 13 hours
eastbound, Air Canada's new Toronto-Beijing service will save travellers more
than three and a half hours in each direction compared to the Vancouver
routing. Air Canada will operate the new route using 282-seat A340-300
aircraft.
In response to increased demand on its Vancouver-Shanghai route, during
the peak demand season beginning June 1, 2005 Air Canada will replace its
189-seat Boeing 767-300ER service with larger 282-seat A340-300 aircraft.
From its main hub in Toronto, Air Canada currently operates non-stop
flights to Hong Kong, Tokyo, Seoul and Delhi, offering convenient connections
to and from points throughout the Americas. From its Asia Pacific gateway in
Vancouver, Air Canada serves Hong Kong, Shanghai, Beijing, Tokyo, Osaka,
Nagoya and Seoul with daily non-stop flights. With the introduction of daily
non-stop service to Guangzhou in 2007, Air Canada will serve more points with
greater frequency in China than any other North American carrier.

Montréal-based Air Canada provides scheduled and charter air
transportation for passengers and cargo to more than 150 destinations on five
continents. Canada's flag carrier is the 14th largest commercial airline in
the world and serves more than 29 million customers annually. Air Canada is a
founding member of Star Alliance providing the world's most comprehensive air
transportation network.
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Air Canada eyes two daily flights to China
By Roger Bray
Published: April 21 2005 03:00 | Last updated: April 21 2005 03:00

Air Canada has announced plans to launch two new daily, non-stop services to China. Starting next summer it will fly from Toronto to Shanghai. And in summer 2007, it will begin operating from Vancouver to Guangzhou.

The move follows the negotiation of a new bilateral air agreement by the Canadian and the Chinese governments.
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Jeppesen Provides Digital Information Pathway to Air Canada

ENGLEWOOD, Colo., April 20 /CNW/ -- After an intense competition
with two European-based organizations, Jeppesen has won the chart and
electronic aeronautical data business for both Air Canada and its regional
airline subsidiary, Air Canada Jazz. In the end, Jeppesen came out on top
because of its solid vision, technical leadership and its ability to deliver
Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) applications while also providing comprehensive
worldwide, traditional paper-based services. "We are very pleased to be
entering into this partnership with Jeppesen as we move toward a full digital
transformation of our routing charts, and we look forward to many years of
working together," said Rob Reid, senior vice president-operations, Air
Canada. "We needed a partner that could deliver paper charts while laying out
a clear strategy for EFB deployment, and Jeppesen was able to deliver and meet
all of our requirements."
A full digital transformation is the goal at Air Canada. To support this
effort, Jeppesen will supply paper- and electronic-based flight critical data
to both carriers in a series of three phases. Phase one will immediately
transition Air Canada's operation into Jeppesen's traditional paper-based
Airway Manual, trusted for over 70 years by airlines around the globe. The
second phase will involve the deployment of Jeppesen's ground-based electronic
chart delivery system, e-Link, allowing Air Canada and Air Canada Jazz to view
and print their tailored navigation chart library via a secure Internet
connection. Phase three will set the stage for a paper to electronic
transformation at Air Canada. Both companies will work closely together to
make the EFB an operational reality, and thus create a pathway for the airline
to realize a fully paperless and streamlined flow of navigation data.
"The Air Canada contract is a win for both companies, and we are very
pleased to have been given the chance to prove what we can do," said Mark Van
Tine, Jeppesen president and COO. "The business environment for Jeppesen is
becoming ever more competitive, and our European-based competitors were
clearly aiming for Air Canada in order to establish a North American presence.
Jeppesen's win sends a clear message to the marketplace and further reinforces
that we are the worldwide leader in aeronautical data management. We have the
technology and expertise to help our customers make the transition into the
next generation of electronic aeronautical data management."

About Air Canada
Air Canada, together with its regional airline subsidiary Air Canada Jazz,
provides scheduled and charter air transportation for passengers and cargo to
more than 150 destinations, vacation packages to over 90 destinations, as well
as maintenance, ground handling and training services to other airlines. Its
fleet consists of 293 aircraft.
Air Canada Jazz is a subsidiary and serves approximately
six million customers per year and averages 724 flights per day.

About Jeppesen
Jeppesen is recognized as the world's foremost provider of integrated
aviation information solutions. Jeppesen's portfolio of products and services
includes: flight information, flight operations services, international trip
planning services, domestic and international fuel programs, aviation weather
services and aviation training systems. The Jeppesen group of companies has
offices in the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, Australia, China
and Russia. Jeppesen is a subsidiary of Boeing Commercial Aviation Services,
a unit of Boeing Commercial Airplanes.
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