Monthly Archives: October 2015

Aeroplan welcomes Eurowings as its 34th airline partner

As of October 25, 2015, Eurowings has joined the Aeroplan Program and is Aeroplan’s newest airline partner. Eurowings is a low-cost airline based in Düsseldorf, Germany wholly owned by the Lufthansa Group. Eurowings offers service to several domestic and European destinations from its main hubs Düsseldorf and Hamburg. Aeroplan Miles earned on all eligible Eurowings flights are also Air Canada Altitude™ Qualifying Miles, and…

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2015 Air Canada Altitude Student Program – Hidden Discounts

Altitude Students is a program designed exclusively for Canadian post-secondary students. It gives them a unique opportunity to enjoy special travel offers and exclusive perks. It’s totally free to join, and once signed up, the doors open to a world of goodies including discounts on flights and vacation packages as well as contests for great travel prizes and much more!…

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Uber offers a free ride to and from polling stations for first-time customers

Uber is offering new users free rides to and from polling stations on Election Day in the cities where it operates. A representative from Uber says the company will cover rides to the polling station and back again, for first-time customers only, up to $15 each way. Uber says the offer will be available in Edmonton, Calgary, the Greater Toronto…

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CRTC Warning – Beware of vacation offers from callers claiming to represent well-known companies

Have you been offered a discounted vacation for a week’s stay at a resort over the phone? Some individuals and agencies are calling Canadians and claiming to be affiliated with a well-known company, such as Air Miles, WestJet, Hilton Hotels, Marriott Hotels or Air Canada. Be aware that these calls are misleading. The callers in question have not been authorized…

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WOW Air: $99 between Toronto or Montreal and Iceland

WOW Air: $99 between Toronto or Montreal and Iceland

Cheap transatlantic flights are finally here for us Canadians! WOW air, Iceland’s only ultra low-cost airline, announced today that it will begin service to Europe viaIceland from Toronto and Montréal beginning in May 2016 from just CAD $99 one way including taxes¹. Flights to Europe will departToronto’s Pearson (YYZ) and Montréal’s Pierre Elliott Trudeau (YUL) via Reykjavik, offering travellers the…

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