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Old January 27th, 2013, 01:53 AM   #2901
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Travelling to Argentina?

For travel to Argentina on or after December 28, 2012, Canadian, U.S. and Australian citizens must pay Argentina's reciprocity fee in advance of travel by visiting Argentina's Ministry of the Interior or Provincia Pagos website.

Proof of payment (in the form of a receipt) is required upon arrival at Ministro Pistarini de Ezeiza Int. Airport (EZE) in Buenos Aires.

http://www.aircanada.com/en/news/trav_adv/121121.html
They have also made the fee payment mandatory at all entry points. Up until December 28 last year the fee only applied if you entered through EZE. When I travelled to EZE and paid the entry fee there I was given the option of paying a single entry fee of $75 or a 5-year pass for $150. I was planning on possibly travelling to Argentina this year but would not be entering through EZE so I figured I'd only need the one-time entrance fee. I am now reconsidering the trip with the additional hassle of securing the fee ahead of time.
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Old January 28th, 2013, 07:46 AM   #2902
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Sounds as it is, but your numbers are a bit off. The business class it not twice as the coach, it's about four times more. We are talking about healthy yields, not your upgrade fee where they just want to cover their losses. YYZ-WAW is the similar distance as YYZ-FCO and Alitalia got a similar pricing for their front cabin.. The premium economy is as twice as the regular coach class. (I got those quotes from www.lot.com)

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I've flown LOT several times (at least 10) on the YYZ-WAW-YYZ so I have a good idea of how the service works. During the summer loads are usually very good for LOT, at least 90% full and higher due to Poles going back to visit their homeland and taking their kids vacationing to Poland. However, even during the summer loads for business class is not that great because Poles in general are cheap and prefer to gut it out in economy rather than pay twice the price for a mediocre business class on the 767, which might change with the 787. During the winter loads are not enough to sustain daily flights to YYZ, I've flown during the winter and loads were decent for the 3/4 flights a week LOT operates. Lately though LOT is having financial difficulties and if they decided to cut routes or go bankrupt, which is a possibility I would bet on AC or a rouge flying to WAW, more specially Rouge because Poles are price sensitive and just want to fly at the cheapest price to the motherland without comfort. A lot of relatives I know, including my family and I have recently started flying with LH, cheaper prices for the most part and the flying experience is better, including an a340-600 during summer! The grounding of the 787 has hurt LOT, they have a 787 stuck in ORD since the first flight, they retired one or two 767s with the expectation that the 787s would be flying without issue and I've heard from a source that they are discussing whether it makes sense to take the 3 other 787s that are to be delivered in the future if their situation does not turn around.
Sorry for the long post but I had to have my two cents!
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Old February 1st, 2013, 03:26 AM   #2903
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Canada announces 9 new bilateral air agreements - expanded agreements with Turkey and Pakistan, plus new agreements allowing codesharing to 7 other countries....

http://www.tc.gc.ca/eng/mediaroom/re...h005e-7041.htm

I am pretty sure you will see increases at YYZ with TK and PK...
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Old February 3rd, 2013, 10:42 PM   #2904
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Sounds as it is, but your numbers are a bit off. The business class it not twice as the coach, it's about four times more. We are talking about healthy yields, not your upgrade fee where they just want to cover their losses. YYZ-WAW is the similar distance as YYZ-FCO and Alitalia got a similar pricing for their front cabin.. The premium economy is as twice as the regular coach class. (I got those quotes from www.lot.com)
Last time I checked their prices on business class was at least five years ago and didn't bother since then. If that's the price of their current business class on the old 767s then that's awful, their business class is to very good. However, the 787's business class looks great. I'm set to fly lufthansa a340-600 this summer, price was very good.
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Old February 4th, 2013, 07:19 AM   #2905
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http://biznes.onet.pl/dreamliner-wir...5,1,news-detal For anybody who wants to enjoy a steetview of LOT's 787 interior and exterior.
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Old February 5th, 2013, 06:16 PM   #2906
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Good news from Icelandair - announced year round service to YYZ.

http://www.icelandreview.com/iceland...7530.news.aspx

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Icelandair to Offer Year-round Flights to Canada

Icelandair announced that year-round direct flights from Toronto, Canada, to Iceland, will commence next year. Toronto will become the airline’s fifth destination in North America, joining Boston, Denver, New York and Seattle.

Direct flights between Keflavνk International Airport and Toronto were established in 2008, but only run from spring to autumn, not during the wintertime.

Next winter, Icelandair will also add additional flights to Paris, increasing flights from five days a week to seven.
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Old February 5th, 2013, 11:08 PM   #2907
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Good news from Icelandair - announced year round service to YYZ.

http://www.icelandreview.com/iceland...7530.news.aspx
Icelandair used to serve SFO seasonally straight from Reykjavik on a B767-300ER, but it seems like the airline truly wants to stick with the B757-200 model... not enough range then to fly all the way here, but it's a good airline, I sense...
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All right, Air Canada has revealed a large update for its Summer 2013 operations (starting 31 March 2013) from Toronto:

Part 1: US operations

Toronto – Baltimore: Service reduces from 5 to 4 daily

Toronto – Chicago: Service increases from 6 to 7 daily

Toronto – Dallas: 1 of 3 daily service operated by Embraer E175 instead of CRJ705

Toronto – Denver: Embraer E190 replaces Airbus A319 on 2 daily flights

Toronto – Fort Myers: Airbus A320 continues operating 1 weekly (Previous Plan: A319 replaces A320)

Toronto – Grand Rapids: Service increases from 12 to 14 weekly

Toronto – Hartford: Service increases from 12 to 14 weekly

Toronto – Houston: Planned 4th daily service on weekdays cancelled

Toronto – Los Angeles: 6th Daily service (AC787/794) operational period shortened to 18JUN13 – 18SEP13 (LAX 19JUN13 – 19SEP13)

Toronto – Minneapolis: Planned CRJ705 operation reduced from 7 weekly to 4-5 weekly. Overall service is 21 weekly

Toronto – Nashville: Service increases from 12 to 13 weekly

Toronto – New York-La Guardia: Service increases from 13 to 14 daily

Toronto – Philadelphia: Service increases from 26 to 27 weekly

Toronto – Phoenix: Airbus A319 continues operating 1 daily flight (Previous Plan: A320 replaces A319)

Toronto – Portland (OR): Service cancelled in Summer 2013

Toronto – Richmond (VA): Service increases from 12 to 14 weekly

Toronto – San Francisco: 5th daily service cancelled from 01MAY13 to 16JUN13

Toronto – Seattle: Service reduces from 2 to 1 daily from 01MAY13 to 16MAY13 and from 21OCT13

Toronto – Tampa: Airbus A320 continues operating 1 daily flight (Previous Plan: A319 replaces A320)

Toronto – Washington-Reagan: Service increases from 27 to 28 weekly

Part 2: International Flights

Toronto – Bogota: Revised Service increases, from 3 weekly to:
- 02MAY13 – 30JUN13: 4 weekly (Day x137; Day x237 from 01JUN13 to 30JUN13)
- 01JUL13 – 27SEP13: 5 weekly (Day x37)
- effective 28SEP13: 4 weekly (Day x357)

Planned 5 weekly service from 01JUN13 to 30JUN13; 6 weekly from 01JUL13 to 27SEP13 is cancelled

Toronto – Copenhagen: 01JUN13 – 30SEP13 Airbus A330-300 replaces 767-300ER (Expanded capacity increase; Previously A330 to operate from 01AUG13 to 30SEP13)

Toronto – Frankfurt: Revised operational aircraft:
- AC876/877: Boeing 777-300ER replaces A330-300 (Previous Plan: 01MAY13 – 31MAY13 with 777-200LR)
- AC872/873 eff 01MAY13 Airbus A330-300 replaces Boeing 777-300ER (Previous Plan: A330 from 01JUN13)

Toronto – London Heathrow: AC856/869 Boeing 777-200LR replaces 767-300ER (Currently AC869 from LHR continues to display 763 for the moment)

Toronto – Madrid: effective 01JUL13, seasonal service resumes with 3 weekly flights, 4 weekly from 18JUL13 to 26AUG13 (Previous Plan: 4 weekly from 01JUL13)

Toronto – Munich: 30SEP13 – 26OCT13 Boeing 777-300ER replaces A330-300 (777-200LR operates on Day 2 from YYZ, Day 3 from MUC. However seat map continues to display A330)

Toronto – Santiago de Chile – Buenos Aires: 16JUL13 – 28AUG13 Service operates 6 weekly (Day x1 from YYZ), increased from 5 weekly in NS12 (Previous plan from 04JUL13)

Toronto – Zurich: Airbus A330-300 operates from 12JUL13 to 29SEP13
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Saudia 777 to YYZhttp://www.airliners.net/aviation-forums/general_aviation/read.main/5681249/
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[QUOTE=fieldsofdreams;99970978]All right, Air Canada has revealed a large update for its Summer 2013 operations (starting 31 March 2013) from Toronto:

Part 1: US operations

Toronto – Baltimore: Service reduces from 5 to 4 daily

Toronto – Chicago: Service increases from 6 to 7 daily

Toronto – Dallas: 1 of 3 daily service operated by Embraer E175 instead of CRJ705

Toronto – Denver: Embraer E190 replaces Airbus A319 on 2 daily flights

Toronto – Fort Myers: Airbus A320 continues operating 1 weekly (Previous Plan: A319 replaces A320)

Toronto – Grand Rapids: Service increases from 12 to 14 weekly

Toronto – Hartford: Service increases from 12 to 14 weekly

Toronto – Houston: Planned 4th daily service on weekdays cancelled

Toronto – Los Angeles: 6th Daily service (AC787/794) operational period shortened to 18JUN13 – 18SEP13 (LAX 19JUN13 – 19SEP13)

Toronto – Minneapolis: Planned CRJ705 operation reduced from 7 weekly to 4-5 weekly. Overall service is 21 weekly

Toronto – Nashville: Service increases from 12 to 13 weekly

Toronto – New York-La Guardia: Service increases from 13 to 14 daily

Toronto – Philadelphia: Service increases from 26 to 27 weekly

Toronto – Phoenix: Airbus A319 continues operating 1 daily flight (Previous Plan: A320 replaces A319)

Toronto – Portland (OR): Service cancelled in Summer 2013

Toronto – Richmond (VA): Service increases from 12 to 14 weekly

Toronto – San Francisco: 5th daily service cancelled from 01MAY13 to 16JUN13

Toronto – Seattle: Service reduces from 2 to 1 daily from 01MAY13 to 16MAY13 and from 21OCT13

Toronto – Tampa: Airbus A320 continues operating 1 daily flight (Previous Plan: A319 replaces A320)

Toronto – Washington-Reagan: Service increases from 27 to 28 weekly

Part 2: International Flights

Toronto – Bogota: Revised Service increases, from 3 weekly to:
- 02MAY13 – 30JUN13: 4 weekly (Day x137; Day x237 from 01JUN13 to 30JUN13)
- 01JUL13 – 27SEP13: 5 weekly (Day x37)
- effective 28SEP13: 4 weekly (Day x357)

Planned 5 weekly service from 01JUN13 to 30JUN13; 6 weekly from 01JUL13 to 27SEP13 is cancelled

Toronto – Copenhagen: 01JUN13 – 30SEP13 Airbus A330-300 replaces 767-300ER (Expanded capacity increase; Previously A330 to operate from 01AUG13 to 30SEP13)

Toronto – Frankfurt: Revised operational aircraft:
- AC876/877: Boeing 777-300ER replaces A330-300 (Previous Plan: 01MAY13 – 31MAY13 with 777-200LR)
- AC872/873 eff 01MAY13 Airbus A330-300 replaces Boeing 777-300ER (Previous Plan: A330 from 01JUN13)

Toronto – London Heathrow: AC856/869 Boeing 777-200LR replaces 767-300ER (Currently AC869 from LHR continues to display 763 for the moment)

Toronto – Madrid: effective 01JUL13, seasonal service resumes with 3 weekly flights, 4 weekly from 18JUL13 to 26AUG13 (Previous Plan: 4 weekly from 01JUL13)

Toronto – Munich: 30SEP13 – 26OCT13 Boeing 777-300ER replaces A330-300 (777-200LR operates on Day 2 from YYZ, Day 3 from MUC. However seat map continues to display A330)

Toronto – Santiago de Chile – Buenos Aires: 16JUL13 – 28AUG13 Service operates 6 weekly (Day x1 from YYZ), increased from 5 weekly in NS12 (Previous plan from 04JUL13)

Toronto – Zurich: Airbus A330-300 operates from 12JUL13 to 29SEP13[/QUOTE

Great work to find that info!
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Last time I checked their prices on business class was at least five years ago and didn't bother since then. If that's the price of their current business class on the old 767s then that's awful, their business class is to very good. However, the 787's business class looks great. I'm set to fly lufthansa a340-600 this summer, price was very good.
What used to be 1000 bucks five years ago, that's like 850 as of now. Btw I looked at some trip reports of LO's 787, and looks as if regular economy is really crammed. The other two classes seem excellent. Just to let you know.
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What used to be 1000 bucks five years ago, that's like 850 as of now. Btw I looked at some trip reports of LO's 787, and looks as if regular economy is really crammed. The other two classes seem excellent. Just to let you know.
Can you provide a link to these trip reports. I wouldn't mind having a look.
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Can you provide a link to these trip reports. I wouldn't mind having a look.
It's on www.airliners.net, tripreports, and go to LOT FRA-WAW-FRA. That one has pro pictures.
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What used to be 1000 bucks five years ago, that's like 850 as of now. Btw I looked at some trip reports of LO's 787, and looks as if regular economy is really crammed. The other two classes seem excellent. Just to let you know.
Can you explain what you mean by 1000 bucks five years ago is 850 now? I don't quite follow. Overall though, the 787 cabin wise is a big improvement over the 787.
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Can you explain what you mean by 1000 bucks five years ago is 850 now? I don't quite follow. Overall though, the 787 cabin wise is a big improvement over the 787.
You meant the 787 is much better than the 763 (767-300ER)?
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Air Canada will be adjusting its operations to China from Toronto for the Summer 2013 season (starting 31 March 2013). Details:

Toronto – Beijing:
AC021/022 (operation begins from 1 June 2013): aircraft changes
- 1 June 2013 – 30 September 2013: 777-300ER
- 3 – 26 October 2013: 777-200LR

AC021 YYZ1300 – 1410+1PEK 777 146
AC031 YYZ1455 – 1605+1PEK 77W D

AC022 PEK1605 – 1645YYZ 777 257
AC032 PEK1805 – 1845YYZ 77W D

Toronto – Shanghai Pu Dong:
Boeing 777-300ER replaces -200LR on following:
- 2 – 6 May 2013: Day 46 (Day 57 from PVG)
- 7 – 31 May 2013: Daily (PVG 8 May 2013 – 1 June 2013)
- 1 – 26 October 2013: Daily (PVG 2 – 27 October 2013)

AC087 YYZ1300 – 1515+1PVG 777 D
AC088 PVG1710 – 1855YYZ 777 D

AC operates 2-class Boeing 777-300ER on both routes.

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You meant the 787 is much better than the 763 (767-300ER)?
Yes exactly, didn't catch my mistake there.
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Can you explain what you mean by 1000 bucks five years ago is 850 now? I don't quite follow. Overall though, the 787 cabin wise is a big improvement over the 787.
The inflation kicked in.
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WestJet, Canada's low-cost carrier, will start two new services from Toronto. Details:

Toronto – Fort McMurray:
Effective 16 June 2013, NEW 3 weekly service
WS309 YYZ2145 – 2344YMM 73W 147
WS308 YMM0100 – 0635YYZ 73W 125

Toronto – Myrtle Beach:
Effective 2 May 2013, NEW 2 weekly service
WS1154 YYZ0930 – 1135MYR 73W 47
WS1155 MYR1220 – 1414YYZ 73W 47

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In addition to the two routes mentioned, WestJet will also add more services from Toronto to the Caribbean from May 2013. Details:

New Year-Round Routes:
Toronto – Liberia:
WS2742 YYZ0910 – 1223LIR 73W 5
WS2743 LIR1315 – 2031YYZ 73W 5

Toronto – Port of Spain:
WS2772 YYZ2325 – 0504+1POS 73W D
WS2773 POS0605 – 1149YYZ 73W D

Additional service increases:
Toronto – Cancun:
Service increases from 7 weekly to 8 weekly

Toronto – Kingston:
Service increases from 3 weekly to 4 weekly

Toronto – Montego Bay:
Service increases from 8 weekly to 10 weekly

Toronto – Puerto Plata:
Service increases from 1 weekly to 2 weekly

Toronto – St. Maarten:
Service increases from 1 weekly to 2 weekly

Toronto – Varadero:
Service increases from 2 weekly to 3 weekly

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