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  1. Doesn't mean much, but it's good to see Icelandair put YUL in its tentative S21 schedules. Flights are bookable. YYZ, YVR and YUL are listed, YHZ and YEG aren't, most likely due to the Canadian restrictions on international flights. Official Icelandair press release: https://www.icelandair.com/blog/icelandair-group-summer-schedule-2021/ airlineroute link: https://www.routesonline.com/news/38/airlineroute/294544/icelandair-s21-operations-as-of-22oct20/
  2. No. it returns to LHR tonight, at 9h35pm. Tomorrow's and subsequent flights arrive and depart the same day.
  3. YUL released June an July figures. https://www.admtl.com/sites/default/files/2020/ADM_Statsdet_2020_EN.pdf June 2020 Total: 87,969 -95.2% Domestic: 53,738 Transborder: 6,238 International: 27,993 July 2020 Total: 177,959 -91.5% Domestic: 104,746 Transborder: 10,845 International: 62,368 That's twice in a row now that the month over month increase is over 200%. Encouraging.
  4. Unsurprisingly, CA, BA and RJ, which were supposed to resume YUL in September, have all pushed back their plans to October. In the case of CA, they can only serve 1 city in Canada, twice weekly, and so they obviously have chosen to fly to YVR instead of YUL. The Chinese aviation authority has extended these restrictions until October, at the earliest, so until the restrictions are lifted, CA wont be able to resume passenger flights to YUL. This also means AC can't resume YUL-PVG until these restrictions are lifted. https://loyaltylobby.com/2020/05/21/china-extends-international-flight-res
  5. YYZ has already let go 512 employees last month. This announcement by ADM was inevitable. All major Canadian airports announced staff cuts, including YEG, YYC and YVR. YUL so far hadn't. It was time. The federal government just can’t keep paying employees at a company to sit at home and do nothing. It’s not productive. Let them go on EI and find another job. It’s the only way to move forward, whether we like it or not.
  6. Speaking of BA and schedule changes.... https://www.routesonline.com/news/38/airlineroute/292917/british-airways-north-america-w20-service-reductions-as-of-2000gmt-05aug20/
  7. Je comptais seulement les compagnies qui ont desservi YUL en 2019. TAP est l'exception, évidemment. Je doute fortement que SN ou EI viendront à YUL. Surtout pas dans le court à moyen terme. Puisqu'on est sur le sujet, j'ai deux petites corrections à apporter. Icelandair n'a pas confirmé son retour pour 2021. Ils ont simplement annoncé qu'ils ne viendront pas a YUL cette année. A présent, YUL ne figure pas sur leur horaire pour l'an prochain. Egalement, Copa a repoussé sa relance de YUL pour le 5 Octobre prochain.
  8. Air China seems to have resumed PEK-YUL today. Dont know if it's a one off or not, because on their website, schedules show the route resuming on Sept 2 only. https://www.flightradar24.com/data/flights/ca880 So, here is the list of foreign airlines (except US) that are operating or have resumed service to YUL. Air France (never stopped service) Qatar (never stopped service) Lufthansa Swiss KLM Turkish Airlines Aeromexico Tunisair Royal Air Maroc Air Algerie TAP (New service) Air China Here is a list of ca
  9. Les vols d'Air canada de YUL vers LAX et SFO l'hiver durent quasiment aussi longtemps. Un couloir ou deux, ca se joue seulement dans ta tête, tout ca. Pour 90% des voyageurs, ca ne fait aucun différence. 7h, il y a rien la pour un A321LR ! Il peut voler encore 2h, facile. Le A321XLR va franchir les 10h, imagine !
  10. Inaugural flight currently on its way. https://www.flightradar24.com/data/flights/tp253
  11. Ironically, YYC and YEG are also -56% YTD until June.
  12. Look at the bright side guys, June over May is a 220% increase in passenger numbers.
  13. The link says September. Not this month.
  14. Ce que tu dis a du sens. Mais est ce que c’est faisable de façon rentable? Pas sure moi. Si AC n’a jamais voulu opérer YUL-YSC ou YYZ-YSC, même dans le temps où Air Georgian était filiale et avait toujours les Beech 1900 (equipment parfait pour YSC), cela m’indique que le marché n’est pas assez gros pour rendre l’opération rentable. Surtout pas maintenant, avec COVID, et surtout pas en utilisant un Q400.
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