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Canada Jetlines confirms (Aug. 18) that it has received its air operating certificate (AOC) from Transport Canada, granting approval to initiate operations out of its travel hub at Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ).
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Securing the AOC confirms that Canada Jetlines has all required professional capabilities and adheres to all safety regulations needed for aircraft operations.
“The entire team at Canada Jetlines is thrilled to obtain our AOC after meeting all necessary operation standards and passing all inspections,” shared Eddy Doyle, CEO. “We thank Transport Canada and greatly appreciate the tireless effort and diligence they undertake to approve new airlines. We excitedly look forward to our launch date, meeting the increased demand for convenient, leisure travel in Canada and beyond and to provide more options to explore the world.”
"Fantastic leisure destinations"
Earlier company statements promise the airline will “fly to fantastic leisure destinations” and provide Canadians with value vacation choices to leisure destinations in Canada, the U.S. and Caribbean destinations, including Antigua, the Bahamas, Cuba, St. Lucia, and Jamaica.
Canada Jetlines says it looks forward to its inaugural flight and will be releasing new destinations and updated scheduling shortly.
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