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Old January 20th, 2015, 04:22 AM   #1241
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Westjet has also just announced new nonstop service to Calgary from Houston. They are also going to announce seasonal service to Gander, Newfoundland from Toronto and Halifax.

Westjet: Taking care of business, at home and abroad

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CALGARY, Jan. 19, 2015 /CNW/ - WestJet today announced two new destinations - Houston, Texas and Gander, Newfoundland - as part of the 2015 summer schedule release. The airline adds a total of nine new routes and increased frequency on 15 established routes.

"We know that 2015 will be driven by competition on every level, and we are ready," said Bob Cummings, WestJet Executive Vice-President, Sales, Marketing and Guest Experience. "Houston and Gander will connect more people, more often, to established and emerging energy markets, and we continue to improve service for our growing number of business travellers. WestJet resumes service to Dublin and launches service to Glasgow this spring as we further build our European presence, while WestJet Encore now reaches across Canada with the routes announced today. We are an airline experiencing a very exciting evolution that will bring the strength of our low-cost, people-driven guest experience into more markets."

Houston and Gander may seem like they sit on opposite ends of the spectrum, but the two destinations have more in common than expected. Houston is a big player in the global energy sector, making it a natural choice for new, non-stop jet service from Calgary. Gander is a small but mighty town, now the third WestJet destination in the province, set to benefit from the growth of Newfoundland's offshore oil boom and the established business-traveller market between Alberta and the "Rock". Service to Gander from Toronto and Halifax completes WestJet Encore's progression across Canada – now operating coast-to-coast while bringing lower fares and better connections from British Columbia to Newfoundland.

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To back it up, here are the details:

Domestic services: all services listed below will be operated by its subsidiary, Westjet Encore, operated with Bombardier Dash-8-Q400 aircraft (unless noted otherwise)

Service to begin from 3 May 2015:

Calgary – Terrace: once daily
Calgary – Yellowknife: once daily B737-600 (Westjet mainline)

Service to begin from 11 May 2015:

Toronto – Gander: once daily B737-700 (Westjet mainline)

Service to begin from 15 June 2015:

Edmonton – Abbottsford

Services to begin from 15 July 2015:

Halifax – Deer Lake: once daily
WS3466 YHZ0740 – 0906YDF DH4 D
WS3493 YDF1020 – 1138YHZ DH4 D

Halifax – Gander: once daily
WS3482 YHZ2050 – 2303YQX DH4 D
WS3479 YQX0525 – 0654YHZ DH4 D

WS3479 begins from 16JUL15

Halifax – Sydney NS: once daily
WS3490 YHZ1240 – 1335YQY DH4 D
WS3487 YQY1405 – 1502YHZ DH4 D

Other flights that will also begin from this date include:

- Halifax – Ottawa
- Halifax – St. Johns NL
- Ottawa – Moncton

Cross-border service: flight to begin from 8 September 2015.

WS1534 YYC1025 – 1522IAH 73W D
WS1535 IAH1700 – 2008YYC 73W D

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Philippine Airlines will start codesharing on select domestic flights by Canada's leading low-cost carrier, Westjet, per government approval. The codesharing service will begin on 10 February 2015, but the codeshare flights have not yet appeared on either PAL's or Westjet's listings. Below are the destinations that will have PR's code appearing on WS flights:

Toronto – Montreal
Toronto – Ottawa
Vancouver – Calgary
Vancouver – Edmonton
Vancouver – Toronto
Vancouver – Winnipeg

Vancouver - Toronto will begin codesharing service on 15 March 2015.

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Air Canada carry-on squeeze blamed for delays, lost valuables
Groom's $2,000 in goods vanishes, after lack of space forces him to check carry-on luggage
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Air Canada is under fire for creating chaos as a result of too many passenger carry-on bags and not enough room to store them, resulting in delayed flights, harried staff and lost valuables.

"Right now the [checked baggage] charges are high from the airline, so passengers are carrying more baggage with them to save the money," said Air Canada customer Vishal Shah, who said his carry-on bag was lost by the airline last month.

"There is not enough space for all the passengers to put the luggage. And furthermore, so many people, they are carrying more than one luggage every time."
Overhead Compartment

Shah says that by the time he boarded his flight, all the overhead compartments were full. (CBC)

The Edmonton man said he lost $2,000 worth of valuables he was taking to India for his wedding, after Air Canada required him to check his carry-on bag, then lost track of it.

"Everybody is carrying more valuable stuff in their handbags. Laptop, iPad or whatever," he said.

Several passengers affected

Shah said he was among a dozen passengers on a delayed, overbooked flight from Vancouver who had to check their carry-on bags at the last minute, because there was no room left in the overhead compartments.

"This is not only me. There are lots of people that are suffering because of this issue," said Shah.

Unions representing Air Canada staff told Go Public that excess carry-on baggage is a growing problem since the airline started charging new fees for checked bags, particularly on domestic flights.

"It’s something that we see more and more," said Michel Cournoyer, president of the union representing Air Canada flight attendants.

"There are lots of delays that are caused by the excessive [carry-on] baggage. Sometimes there are 10 or 15 bags left on the bridge and only two guys — ramp guys — to come and pick up that baggage."
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Old May 31st, 2015, 12:19 PM   #1245
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Some Canadian-based aircraft from San Francisco...

Air Canada A319 (reg. C-GBIK)


IMG_4692 by Anthony Nachor, on Flickr

Air Canada A320-200 (reg. C-FTJR)


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Old June 24th, 2015, 02:47 PM   #1246
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Air Transat fined after engineers missed training
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TORONTO, June 23 (Reuters) - Vacation company Transat AT Inc's budget airline, Air Transat, said it will pay a C$150,000 ($122,000) penalty on Tuesday after the Canadian government's transport department found it violated a safety regulation last year.

A short disclosure posted by Transport Canada on its website said the company had authorized six engineers to sign maintenance releases even though they did not have some of the training required. Montreal-based Air Transat said the training that had been missed was not technical.

The workers "signed off for technical work without having updated their mandatory non-technical training, due to procedural shortcomings," the airline in a statement. It said it has taken corrective measures.
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Old December 31st, 2015, 02:07 PM   #1247
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Turbulence injures multiple Air Canada passengers, diverts flight
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Dec 30 (Reuters) - Turbulence on an Air Canada flight from China injured multiple passengers on Wednesday, forcing it to land in Calgary, Alberta, the airline said.

Twenty-one passengers were transferred to hospitals from the airport - eight with non-life-threatening injuries and 13 sent for observation, it said in a statement.

Air Canada flight 88 departed from Shanghai and was headed to Toronto, carrying 332 passengers and 19 crew.
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Air Canada to appeal maintenance work ruling to Supreme Court
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MONTREAL, Jan 5 (Reuters) - Air Canada said on Tuesday it is seeking to appeal to the country's highest court a decision last year ordering the airline to keep heavy maintenance operations in Montreal.

In November, the Quebec Court of Appeal ruled against the country's largest carrier, upholding a lower court's 2013 decision that Air Canada must keep the operations in Montreal.

"We are seeking to appeal to the Supreme Court of Canada the Quebec Court of Appeal's decision in order to provide clarity on important issues it raises," Air Canada spokeswoman Isabelle Arthur wrote in an email. "As this is before the court, we have nothing to add to our filing."

The government of the predominantly French-speaking province argued that Air Canada breached its legal obligations to keep heavy maintenance operations in the country after the carrier closed a facility in Montreal in 2012.

The facility was operated by the former Aveos Fleet Performance, once an important Air Canada contractor. In 2012 Aveos obtained creditor protection and laid off its 2,600 Canadian employees, including about 1,700 workers in Montreal.

The Air Canada Public Participation Act, the law that has governed Air Canada's operations since its 1988 privatization, says the airline must maintain overhaul centers in Quebec, Manitoba and Ontario.

The appeals court said Air Canada was contravening the act by not maintaining an aircraft overhaul operations in Montreal.

Air Canada declined to comment further on Tuesday.

The airline has previously said it is compliant with the act and does maintenance in Montreal, Winnipeg, Toronto, Vancouver and other cities. In 2013, Air Canada signed a five-year agreement with a heavy maintenance facility in Trois-Rivieres, Quebec for the carrier's fleet of Embraer E-190 and E175 aircraft.

Air Canada also sends work to heavy maintenance centers in the United States, including facilities run by AAR Corp in Minnesota.
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Lower fuel costs helps Air Canada post a quarterly profit
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April 29 (Reuters) - Air Canada, the country's largest airline, on Friday reported a first-quarter profit, compared with a loss a year earlier, helped by a decline in fuel costs.

The carrier said it expects adjusted cost per available seat mile, which excludes fuel costs, to fall between 1.75 percent and 2.75 percent in 2016 as it expects the Canadian dollar to strengthen through the year.

Air Canada had forecast in February that these costs would range between a decline of 0.5 percent and an increase of 0.5 percent for the year.

A weaker Canadian dollar hurts Canadian airlines as they purchase planes and fuel in U.S. dollars.

Air Canada's operating expense per available seat mile dropped about 3.3 percent in the first quarter, as lower fuel costs more than offset the negative impact of a weaker national currency.

The company reported a net profit of C$101 million ($81 million), or 35 Canadian cents per share, for the quarter, compared with a loss of C$309 million, or C$1.08 per share, a year earlier.

Operating revenue rose 2.9 percent to C$3.34 billion.
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Aeroplan customers can now pay fees with points but some still feel gouged
Some fees will require more points than the actual flight
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Aeroplan members can finally fly completely cash-free.

The travel rewards program now allows customers to use points instead of cash to cover those pesky added airline fees like taxes and fuel surcharges.

In the past, many Aeroplan customers have complained that extra fees can lead to a charge of hundreds of dollars for what was supposed to be a free flight.

But not all customers are flying high after hearing the latest news.

That's because for flights with big fees, the extra points required can sometimes add up to more than the points needed for the actual flight.

For example, CBC News scoped out a flight from Vancouver to London, England, in July on Air Canada. We found a return flight for 39,000 Aeroplan reward points.

An extra 69,754 points would be required to cover the added $592.91 in fees. That's about 30,000 more points than the actual flight.

We also looked at a round trip during the same time from Toronto to Paris. The Air Canada flight required 60,750 points. The added $585.86 in fees would run an extra 68,924 points — again, more than the amount for the flight.

The math has some Aeroplan customers fuming.

"I am completely disappointed," a disgruntled customer wrote on the company's Facebook site, where it announced the new deal.

"The miles you need to pay for taxes is outrageous," another person commented.

Travel rewards expert Patrick Sojka says Aeroplan miles are worth just 0.85 cents each when used to cover added fees. But he says when booking a flight with Aeroplan, a point is worth at least 1.5 cents.
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eff 01JUL17 Toronto – Mumbai 3 weekly Boeing 787-9 service. Mumbai is a service resumption for the carrier, last served until January 1991
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Also Air Canada Rouge will start a service to Algiers from Montreal. Eff summer 2017.
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Follow me. Looks like a much better cabin than their high density 77W, not as cramped and really clean , stylish cabins. Gotta imagine the reverse herringbone business class is gonna be popular with the high dollar travelers.
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WestJet and London: A mess or a success?
Airline's expansion has put bums in seats but company struggling with delayed, cancelled, diverted flights
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As WestJet struggles with the operation of its Canada-to-London routes, the last thing the airline needed was another grounded flight.

But that's just what happened Tuesday, when a WestJet flight from London's Gatwick Airport to Toronto was diverted to Greenland because of a potential mechanical problem. Passengers were given meal vouchers, and two aircraft were sent to Greenland to bring them to Canada.

This has become a familiar story for the airline. Earlier this month, two flights from Toronto to London were cancelled. According to flight-tracking website Flight Aware, a further three from London to Toronto were cancelled the same weekend.

Three weeks before that, a WestJet flight from London to Edmonton was diverted to Iceland, once again because of a mechanical issue.

As airline analyst Ben Cherniavsky, of financial services company Raymond James, wrote in a research report earlier this month, "The passengers were accommodated in hotel rooms, two 737s were flown in to retrieve them to YEG [Edmonton] and a new engine was delivered (on a chartered 747) to repair the plane."

In addition, everyone on board was entitled to 600 euro compensation, according to European Union regulations.

In September, WestJet's chief executive Gregg Saretsky told the audience at a Calgary business conference that his airline's expansion into London was one of the best decisions WestJet has ever made.

In terms of number of seats sold, WestJet's expansion to Europe has been a huge success. But in terms of operations, it's been a mess.

In his report, Cherniavsky found that over a five-week period starting September 1, nine per cent of WestJet's flights between Toronto and Gatwick were cancelled, and 40 per cent were on time. For Air Canada Rouge, flying the same route over the same period, closer to 70 per cent were on time.

WestJet said that from August 1st until October 18th, 14 flights were cancelled and four diverted, one of those for medical reasons.

As well, data from Flight Aware indicates that since July 1, there have been 13 WestJet flights out of London to Canadian cities that have been delayed more than three hours, the point at which compensation must be paid to passengers.

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WestJet looks to expand long-haul fleet, signs deal with pilots
WestJet said its long-haul experiment is a success and is looking to expand
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Despite mechanical difficulties, WestJet's flights to London led it to solid earnings over the summer. The airline flew nearly 6 million passengers in the quarter — a record. Calling the experiment a success, the airline is now looking to expand its fleet of wide-bodied jets beyond the four Boeing 767s it currently operates.

"The best opportunity for us is to grow the wide-bodied fleet responsibly but quickly," said Gregg Saresky, chief executive of WestJet, on the company's earnings conference call.

WestJet earned $116 million, or 97 cents a share, in net profit in the third quarter of 2016, beating the 94 cents a share that analysts surveyed by Reuters had expected.

The airline said that was its second-best quarterly profit ever as capacity grew by 10.6 per cent and the airline's load factor — the percentage of seats filled — rose to 84 per cent from 81.8 per cent a year earlier.

As WestJet noted in its earnings report for the quarter, which ended Sept. 30, the airline posted its fifth straight month of double digit passenger growth. That coincides with its May launch of flights from five Canadian cities to London's Gatwick airport.

WestJet has been dealing with delays, cancellation and diversions with its London route, but aggressive discounting of the fares kept seats filled over the summer flying season.

In a research report released last month, Raymond James airline analyst Ben Cherniavsky estimated that approximately 60 basis points of WestJet's improved load factors were related to its new London service.

On the earnings call with analysts, WestJet executive were peppered with questions about the reliability and age of the aircraft, the profitability of the route and plans for expansion.

Saretsky defended WestJet's decision to buy older Boeing 767s.

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