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I don't know if I'm the only one here , but I love Air Canada and I am proud of this company and what it represents.

I try as much as possible to fly on Air Canada even if sometimes it's a little more expensive than the other carriers.

In my opinion , no US carrier is better than AC, and a handful international carriers are as good or better .

Maybe it's because I'm way too patriotic and try to help a Canadian company that is also based in Montreal and vital to our economy.

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I don't know if I'm the only one here , but I love Air Canada and I am proud of this company and what it represents.

I try as much as possible to fly on Air Canada even if sometimes it's a little more expensive than the other carriers.

In my opinion , no US carrier is better than AC, and a handful international carriers are as good or better .

Maybe it's because I'm way too patriotic and try to help a Canadian company that is also based in Montreal and vital to our economy.

 

Meh, I've used Air Canada and find the price / service unimpressive... WestJet is Canadian also, has better service and the flight attendants are hilarious :P

 

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Meh, I've used Air Canada and find the price / service unimpressive... WestJet is Canadian also, has better service and the flight attendants are hilarious :P

 

Same here. I travel quite a bit. Air Canada is at best a second tier airline for service. Used to be different (that was 20 years ago however). Get much better service out of Air France or Cathay Pacific. Now, consolation prize: Air Canada still better than Aeroflot (almost crash into another plane on the runway) or Air China (literally throwing a bag of peanuts at me).

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Air Canada a passé à la facture pour publicité mensongère.

Les offres d'Air Canada

Air Canada annonce des vols vers Paris pour 214 $. Mais, une fois tous les frais additionnés, le billet revient plutôt à 842 $.

L'Office de la protection du consommateur a sévi contre le transporteur.

http://www.radio-canada.ca/emissions/la_facture/2010-2011/Exclusif.asp?idDoc=142608

Air Canada n'a pas l'intention de se conformer aux directives de l'office de protection des consommateurs.

Heureusement, je ne suis pas non plus obligé d'acheter mes prochains billets chez eux.

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Air Transat fait la meme chose. A toi de voir LaPresse ce weekend pour voire les pubs Transat.

 

Pquoi est-ce Air Canada toujours une cible aupres des Francophones, vous savez bien qu'elle emploie 10,000 au siege sociale? Vous preferrez supporter Air France avec leur siege sociale a Paris?

 

10000 emplois? je pensais que c'était 7000 maximum, en tout cas avec Air Canada j'ai jamais eu du mal à me faire servir en francais meme sur Vancouver-Sydney ,service impeccable :)

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I like my Aeroplan points ;) Plus Star Alliance is nice compared to all the other airline alliances out there. I still find it amusing that, people can fly further to certain spots and it cheaper than flying to NY. I remember seeing flights with Air Canada to Orlando, which was $99 one way (no taxes or fees), true you add those in and it probably be the same price as a one-way ticket to NY. I know its the high taxes and what not (I remember making a thread about it).

 

One more thing I like with Air Canada, is their airline passes. I can get 2 roundtrip flights to NY now for like $740 (taxes and fees not incl.) or whatever the going rate is for 4-one way tickets ;) Air Canada needs to forget about seasonal Vancouver-Kona flights and have them like 2-3x a week. It is a pain in the ass having to fly from Montreal-Vancouver-LA-Kona or Montreal-Vancouver-Maui-Kona :mad:

 

Lets see Air Canada has Jazz, Tango (not really a carrier but discount fairs) and Express (Montreal-Toronto only). We all have to wait and see what they come up with.

 

Way off topic and its not like any of us can afford their charter service called "Jetz". They have 6 Airbus A319/320 for charter which are used by all the Canadian hockey teams and Canada sole baseball team. It be interesting if they would get at least a smaller plane from Bombardier like the CS300ER or Global Express 8000, but I am for sure asking to much of them and people would would want service that I am talking about, would end up having their own plane. It is to bad that they done have the A319CJ, that thing flies like 12,000 km. Air Canada Jetz should do what Lufthansa did for its private aircraft fleet have it operated by NetJets but Air Canada Jetz could be operated by Bombardier's FlexJets ;)

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