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  1. Took this pic Jan 1st https://flic.kr/p/2kpBV4z
  2. Qatar Airways going daily to Montreal Qatar is upping its service to YUL to daily in line with its new Air Canada code share to Toronto.
  3. Aeromexico is upping service to 5x a week too
  4. I agree. St Zotique would be for Santa Cabrini for sure. I assume the Assomption station will inter connect with the metro station since its going below ground at that point. Eliminating st clement and Davidson would speed up the trip to downtown. Seems like a lot of stops along notre dame but I presume they’ve done a population and population movement study to justify all this. Tbh this is exciting news.
  5. Yes I’m seeing that now as I’m discovering more details. I actually like the plan so far (at least as a first impression). I don’t see it as paralleling the green line and Sherbrooke’s extension is only from Honoré-Beaugrand. The north line if it is going right to the Maisonneuve-Rosemont hospital will need to be underground at that point.. it’s a densely populated residential area so it makes sense. I’d still extend assomption to notre dame and go up there but it looks like they are starting at Dixon and moving westward for some weird reason. Interesting though.
  6. Dixon runs through a tight residential neighbourhood from notre Dame to Sherbrooke. It’s a narrow street in this region. Once it hits Dixon at Sherbrooke it would work with an aerial center lane platform right through and along a much wider Locordaire north. I haven’t read the details yet but I would think extending Assomption south to Notre Dame and going up that new road link to Dixon at Sherbrooke or just a bit further to south of Maisonneuve Rosemont hospital and over to Dixon/Lacordaire would work as a land (aerial) route. Tunneling up from Notre Dame to Montreal North (if that’s the pla
  7. Thanks. September it is. I’m just happy they’re back.
  8. Ah ok i knew they extended it but wasn’t sure if until end of July or aug. thought it was July Yes I knew that but for Montreal’s purposes the division running (France) to here went under.
  9. I believe Aug 1st is the date people can travel for non essential reasons outside the country.
  10. Me too. I think Interjet might be the only one that could be an issue. They weren’t in good financial shape before the pandemic and they’re kind of hobbling along at the moment. Hopefully they’ll survive. Perhaps Viva Aerobus will enter the Montreal market if they go under or permanently shrink.
  11. https://canadianaviationnews.wordpress.com/2020/07/22/air-canada-started-cargo-flights-from-quito-international-airport/ Air Canada Started Cargo Flights from Quito International Airport Canadian Aviation News 1 day ago Corporación Quiport S.A. Press Release ~ 21 July 2020 The flight arrived yesterday afternoon and left this morning with 50 tons of flowers bound for Montreal. As part of the 60 years of bilateral relations between Ecuador and Canada, on Monday afternoon a brief act took place that formalized the start of Air Canada cargo operations at the Quito ai
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