Monthly Archives: January 2016

Air Canada Introduces New Business Class Check-in at Pearson (YYZ)

Air Canada Introduces New Business Class Check-in at Pearson (YYZ)

Air Canada is enhancing the experience of Premium travellers with the creation of a new Business Class Check-in area at Toronto Pearson. The dedicated concourse is now available to customers travelling in Business Class or customers holding select Premium status. “Air Canada is pleased to offer select Premium customers an enhanced level of care, including expedited check-in and concierge services,…

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Canada’s national parks will be free to all visitors in 2017.

100 national parks will offer free entry for all visitors in 2017. This coincides with its celebration of 150 years since Confederation. Parks Canada’s decision regarding the free entry was influenced by a recommendation made by the new Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in his mandate letter to the new Minister of Environment and Climate Change, Catherine McKenna. In it he…

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NewLeaf Temporarily Postpones Ticket Sales

Just weeks before NewLeaf Travel was set to take off in Canada, the company announced it is temporarily postponing sales of airline tickets pending a Canadian Transportation Agency (CTA) review of licensing regulations for Indirect Air Service Providers. NewLeaf will refund all credit card transactions for reservations that were scheduled to begin on Feb. 12. “During this uncertain time, we…

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NewLeaf Travel Company – Flights across Canada starting from $89 CAD one-way

NewLeaf Travel Company – Flights across Canada starting from $89 CAD one-way

The Winnipeg based discounted carrier, NewLeaf Travel Company is planning to offer low-cost travel from its main bases in Winnipeg, Hamilton and Kelowna to multiple destinations. They aim to compete with Air Canada and WestJet by planning to change the way Canadians travel in an ‘ultra low-cost way.’ The airline will be operated by Flair Airlines Ltd and will start flying on…

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