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  1. Montreal – Tokyo Narita Planned 787-9 service from 01JUN19 has been accelerated to 01APR19 01APR19 – 29APR19 787-9 replaces -8 30APR19 – 31MAY19 Planned 787-8 service unchanged 01JUN19 – 26OCT19 Planned 787-9, replacing -8, unchanged
  2. Novembre 2018 +6.3% Total : 1,315,016 Dom : +0.7% Trans : +2.2% Intern : +17.3% 2018 jusqu a novembre : 17,920,306
  3. Ils s en vont pour Air Canada ou Rouge? On a une chance de voir une nouvelle route avec cet addition?
  4. Air Canada increases Montreal – Tel Aviv flights in S19 By Jim Liu Posted5 December 2018 04:30 Share this article Air Canada in summer 2019 season is increasing Montreal – Tel Aviv service, during peak travel season. From 20JUN19 to 08SEP19, the airline will add 3rd weekly flight on this route, operated by A330-300 aircraft. AC082 YUL1800 – 1120+1TLV 333 347 AC083 TLV1250 – 1735YUL 333 145
  5. Austrian Airlines in recent schedule update extended its schedule listing into winter 2019/20 season, effective 27OCT19. Reflected from the airline’s previous announcement, planned Vienna – Montreal service will be offered 5 times a week, from 27OCT19, instead of 7 weekly in summer season (from 29APR19). Operational schedule from 04NOV19 to 07MAR20 as follow. OS073 VIE1030 – 1415YUL 76W x47 OS074 YUL1845 – 0845+1VIE 76W x47
  6. LONGUEUIL, QC, Nov. 8, 2018 /CNW Telbec/ - Montreal Saint Hubert Airport (YHU) and Canada Jetlines Ltd. (TSXV: JET) are proud to announce new Ultra Low Cost Carrier (ULCC) services for the Montreal area in Quebec. Jetlines' aircraft roll-out strategy combined with the airport's recent refurbishment of its main runway and its plan to build a passenger terminal building could bring Jetlines to the province as early as 2020. "We are delighted at the prospect of partnering with Jetlines to offer ULCC service to the Montreal and Montérégie regions. Given the renewed interest by scheduled carriers to operate at the airport, we will accelerate our efforts to secure a designated airport status which will enable us to provide security screening services from the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority (CATSA) at an affordable rate. At the same time, our intention is to obtain customs and immigration services from the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) in order to offer transborder flights, which will allow us to recapture the exodus of Quebecpassengers who travel to US airports for their flights. These two conditions, which depend solely on federal government decisions, are necessary for us to be able to partner with air carriers of Jetlines' caliber. We will be reaching out to Minister Marc Garneau and our elected officials to accelerate these decisions. We share the federal government's stated goal to offer affordable and efficient services to Canadians and our partnership with Jetlines is an important step towards that goal." said Jane Foyle, General Manager of DASH-L, the non-profit organization that manages the airport. "We are excited to enter into this partnership with Montreal Saint-Hubert Airport and support its vision of building a low-cost alternative airport in the Montrealregion. Montreal travellers deserve a low cost domestic option and those looking for low cost air travel options destined south should not have to drive across the border to Plattsburgh. The airport has our full support and we look forward to working together to design and build what will be become Jetlines base in Montreal." stated Javier Suarez, CEO of Jetlines. "Longueuil is a short commute out of the downtown core of Montreal, and our passengers will not only benefit from ultra-low airfares, they will also have convenient access to a new purpose-built low-cost facility near downtown Montreal." "With this new service, our airport will be one step closer to becoming the low-cost airport of choice in the Montreal area." stated Jane Foyle. About Montreal Saint-Hubert Longueuil Airport Strategically located in Longueuil, Quebec, just 15 minutes from downtown Montreal, Montreal Saint-Hubert Airport has a robust airside infrastructure, a control tower and a wide offering of aviation services. DASH-L, a non-profit agency, has operated and managed the airport since September 2004. DASH-L's objective is to develop the airport in a manner that will make air travel accessible and affordable to all. About Canada Jetlines Ltd. Canada Jetlines is set to become Canada'sfirst true Ultra-Low Cost Carrier (ULCC) airline, with plans to operate flights across Canada and provide non-stop service from Canada to the United States, Mexico and the Caribbean. The Company plans to commence operations with the Airbus A320 fleet, the most widely used aircraft for ultra-low-cost carriers worldwide. Jetlines is led by a board and management team with extensive experience and expertise in low-cost airlines, start-ups and capital markets. The Company was granted an unprecedented exemption from the Government of Canada that will permit it to conduct domestic air services while having up to 49% foreign voting interests. SOURCE Développement Aéroport de Saint-Hubert de Longueuil
  7. Air Canada rouge S19 long-haul changes as of 10OCT18 By Jim Liu Posted11 October 2018 08:00 Share this article Air Canada rouge in recent weeks filed changes to its long-haul operation for summer 2019 season. As of 10OCT18, planned changes include: Montreal – Bucharest 25JUN19 – 28AUG19 Increase from 2 to 3 weekly Montreal – Lima eff 01MAY19 Northern summer service operates 3 weekly, compared to 2 in NS18
  8. Air Transat in last week’s schedule update filed planned Airbus A321 Trans-Atlantic service, mainly operating from Montreal and Quebec City. The A321neo LR aircraft will gradually serving following markets from May 2019. Montreal – Basel/Mulhouse eff 17JUN19 2 weekly Montreal – Lisbon eff 03MAY19 1 weekly (Except 21JUN10 – 01OCT19) Montreal – London Gatwick 19JUN19 – 18SEP19 1 weekly Montreal – Marseille eff 06MAY19 1 weekly (Except 13JUN19 – 13OCT19) Montreal – Nantes eff 06MAY19 1 weekly (Except 11JUN19 – 24SEP19) Montreal – Nice eff 02MAY19 2 weekly (3 weekly from 14MAY19) Montreal – Porto eff 04MAY19 2 weekly (3 weekly from 27MAY19) Montreal – Toulouse 14OCT19 Quebec City – Paris CDG eff 03MAY19 2 weekly (3 weekly from 28MAY19)
  9. Quelqu'un connait la frequence d Aer Lingus sur Montreal?
  10. on devrait le savoir demain ... Rumour: Aer Lingus add DUB-BWI, MSP & YUL Official press conference tomorrow but showing on website.
  11. Frankfurt – Montreal eff 16JUL19 3 weekly 737 MAX 9 PF3157 FRA1715 – 2010YUL 7M9 246 PF3158 YUL2140 – 1130+1FRA 7M9 246
  12. Sunwing will offer 10 weekly flights to and from Montreal, Quebec City, Toronto and Ottawa beginning in November and December
  13. Des vols seront à nouveaux coupés à l’Aéroport international Jean-Lesage de Québec (YQB). La compagnie aérienne WestJet annulera tout service entre Québec et Montréal dès le 28 octobre. «Nous avions anticipé une demande plus forte qui ne s'est pas concrétisée», explique la porte-parole de WestJet Lauren Stewart. Au printemps, la compagnie aérienne avait annoncé qu'elle retirait 2 vols sur 4 entre Québec et Montréal. Plus de détails à venir. Vive Westjet ???
  14. Vous pensez que ca peut etre bon pour Yul? D'apres moi, Porter va devoir ouvrir d autres bases et Montreal devrait en etre une ... et si il n y a pas d entente avec un transporteur americain, Porter va surement ouvrir des vols direct vers Vegas et la Floride. avec leur A220.
  15. c est pas deja 2 fois par jour? et ca ete comme ca les dernieres annees, non? ou pas tout les jours peut etre