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  1. Air Canada Increases Israel Service with a New Non-Stop Route from Montreal and Daily Flights from Toronto - Feb 13, 2017 MONTREAL, Feb. 13, 2017 /CNW Telbec/ - Air Canada announced today a significant expansion in services between Canada and Israel, with the introduction of a seasonal non-stop service between Montreal and Tel Aviv and an increase in its current Toronto-Tel Aviv non-stop service to a daily frequency year-round. With the new services beginning this summer – a 28 per cent capacity increase over summer 2016 – Air Canada will be the airline offering the most seats and frequencies between Canada and Israel. "Air Canada is the leader in the Canada-Israel market, which we have now served for 22 years. Today we are pleased to step up our capacity in response to the increased demand in business, leisure and cultural travel between both countries. As of June 2017, Air Canada will be launching a new seasonal non-stop service between Montreal and Tel Aviv, strengthening our hub in Montreal, which will also offer convenient connections throughout Canada and the U.S.," said Calin Rovinescu, President and Chief Executive of Air Canada. "This new service also reflects Air Canada's ongoing international expansion strategy, from which Montreal is deriving significant benefits. This month Air Canada will launch new service to Shanghai from the city and for next summer we have already announced new routes to Algiers, Marseille, Reykjavík and Dallas from Montreal," said Mr. Rovinescu. "In the same week as the inauguration of a non-stop Air Canada service to Shanghai, it is with pride today that we welcome a new international link with Tel Aviv. This important investment demonstrates the vitality of our city and Montreal's relevance as a North American aviation hub. This new air link by Air Canada will facilitate travel and trade between our two cities and countries. Coming only a few months after Montreal's trade mission to Israel, this new route is a concrete example of the strength of the economic, family and community ties that unite us," said Denis Coderre, Mayor of Montreal. Toronto's current service will increase this summer to daily from six days a week while the new Montreal-Tel Aviv service will operate twice weekly from June 22 to October 16, 2017. The Montreal flight will be operated with a 292-seat Airbus A330-300 aircraft with three cabins of service, including Air Canada's International Business Class cabin, featuring 27 Executive Pods with 180- degree lie-flat seats all configured for direct aisle access. The Premium Economy cabin has 21 seats that offer generous personal space, wider seats and extra legroom and recline, as well as premium meals, complimentary bar service and priority check-in and baggage delivery at the airport. The Economy cabin has 244 seats providing comfortable personal space and a state-of-the-art individual on-demand entertainment system. All flights are timed for convenient connections with Air Canada's extensive domestic and transborder network. Tickets for the new Montreal-Tel Aviv service will be available for sale beginning Wednesday, February 15, 2017, subject to final government approval. * Flight Departs Arrives Day of Week AC082 Montreal 18:35 Tel Aviv 12:15 + 1 day Thursday, Sunday AC083 Tel Aviv 13:55 Montreal 18:20 Monday, Friday *
  2. 17/02/2016 Mise à jour : 17 février 2016 | 8:22 Air Canada: commande ferme de 45 avions CS300 Par Rédaction La Presse Canadienne MONTRÉAL – Le transporteur aérien Air Canada annonce mercredi la signature d’une lettre d’intention avec Bombardier (TSX:BBD.B) pour l’acquisition d’un maximum de 75 avions de modèle CS300 de Bombardier. L’intention porte sur 45 commandes fermes et sur des options en vue de l’achat de 30 appareils supplémentaires. Les premières livraisons sont prévues pour la fin de 2019 et se poursuivront jusqu’en 2022. Calin Rovinescu, président et chef de la direction d’Air Canada (TSX:AC), explique qu’avec son rendement élevé sur le plan écoénergétique et son nombre accru de places, la technologie de prochaine génération des appareils C Series est très bien adaptée à la stratégie du transporteur.
  3. As predicted and discussed with the prophet greenlobster. Media Advisory - Air Canada to Make Major Montreal Announcement MONTREAL, Sept. 22, 2016 /CNW Telbec/ - On the occasion of the visit to Canada by the Premier of China, Air Canada invites the media to attend a press conference in Montreal for a major announcement concerning air service to China. DATE: Friday, September 23, 2016 TIME: 07:15 a.m. Registration and light breakfast 07:30 a.m. Press conference starts 08:20 a.m. End of press conference WHO: Calin Rovinescu, President and Chief Executive Officer, Air Canada, accompanied by invited government officials and dignitaries. LOCATION: Le Westin Montreal 270 Rue Saint-Antoine Ouest, Montréal, QC H2Y 0A3 Salon Ville-Marie A, 9th Floor Metro: Place-d'Armes PLEASE RSVP: [email protected] SOURCE Air Canada
  4. I guess this is what Mark_ac was talking about when he said good news in the pipe for this week... This is wonderful. Publié le 23 septembre 2016 à 07h44 | Mis à jour à 07h44 Un an après le début du vol Pékin-Montréal d'Air China, Air Canada a annoncé vendredi le lancement d'un vol quotidien entre la métropole québécoise et Shanghai à partir du 16 février. Les vols seront assurés par des avions Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner de 251 sièges. « C'est un jour que nous attendions depuis longtemps », a déclaré le PDG d'Air Canada, Calin Rovinescu, lors d'une conférence de presse à laquelle ont notamment participé le premier ministre Philippe Couillard et le maire Denis Coderre. L'annonce créera environ 200 emplois, a précisé M. Rovinescu
  5. Avec le gouvernement libéral de Trudeau peut etre allons nous voir une liaison directe Montreal-Beyrouth? Il y a une demande ici de la forte communauté Libanaise de Montréal. En plus avec l'afflux des syriens ca va accroitre la necessité de permettre cette route. A tu idée Mark_AC ou en est le gouvernement a ce sujet? Je sais que Rovinescu avait en tete une liaison Montreal-Beyrouth. Il y a meme une page facebook en faveur d'une telle route.