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Air Canada has successfully completed the launch of 25 new year-round and seasonal routes this summer after inaugurating its final five services over the weekend.
On July 2, new nonstop regional services from Montreal to Windsor, Montreal to London (ON), Edmonton to Kelowna, Edmonton and Victoria, and Calgary and Comox were launched, capping off an aggressive expansion for the airline this summer season.
The 25 new routes were inaugurated between May 1 and July 2 and include a combination of Air Canada mainline, Air Canada Rouge and Air Canada Express services.
“We are very pleased to launch our newest domestic regional services today to offer customers amore choice and convenience when travelling,” said Benjamin Smith, President, Airlines and Chief Operating Officer at Air Canada. “The 25 international, transborder and domestic routes that we have strategically added this summer broaden and deepen our already expansive global network by adding new destinations and city pairings, and are consistent with company growth plans.”
The complete list of new summer services is as follows:
Federal regulators have rejected the idea of setting minimum standards for airline seats and legroom as a safety measure. The Federal Aviation Administration responding to a group called FlyersRights, which had gone to court to prod the agency to act, said that it saw no immediate safety issue that requires new regulations.
Updates to baggage fees
Please note, Air Canada is updating the fees for checked luggage. This is the first change since 2014 and will help offset overall increasing costs, while allowing us to continue to keep pace with current industry standards in competitive ticket pricing.
Starting today, the following amendments have been made to the fees for the first and second checked baggage. These updated fees apply to all markets in Canada, U.S., and SUN destinations (including Mexico, the Caribbean and Central America):
Statement from John MacLeod, VP Global Sales and Alliances, on the Boeing 737 Max aircraftOn March 10, 2019, Ethiopian Airlines tragically lost 149 passengers and eight crew members when flight ET302, operated with a Boeing 737 Max aircraft, on route to Nairobi crashed after taking off from Bole International Airport in Addis Abba, Ethiopia. Air Canada immediately contacted Ethiopian Airlines to offer our condolences and assistance. Our thoughts and prayers go to the family and friends of the 157 passengers, including 18 Canadians, who lost their lives.
Air Canada has operated the Boeing 737 Max aircraft type since 2017 and currently have 24 in its fleet, which have performed excellently from a safety and reliability aspect. We are confident in the safety of our operations and fleet, which are approved by government safety regulators including Transport Canada and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). Air Canada follows and implements recommendations and advisories from manufacturers and governmental safety regulators, including previous 737 Max bulletins reinforcing existing procedures which all Air Canada crew were already trained on.
As such, we also understand that given the extensive media coverage, some customers are concerned about their near in travel plans on the Boeing 737 Max aircraft type. If you have customers who have voiced such concerns, please advise them to contact 1-888-247-2262 or Air Canada Reservations where our dedicated call centre agents are equipped to answer and address any questions or concerns pertaining to this matter.
Air Canada continues to follow the investigation and based on current information, recommendations by government safety regulators, including Transport Canada, the FAA, and the manufacturer, we continue to operate the Boeing B737 Max.