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Canada Jetlines has announced that the United States Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has granted it authority to operate and fly to and from the United States.
This news follows the recent economic authority granted by the U.S. Department of Transportation, several weeks ago.
"The U.S. is a major market for Canadian travellers and we are looking forward to expanding our international network. Jetlines is ready to start flying to the Melbourne/Orlando International airport in Florida and to the Harry Reid International Airport in Las Vegas, with both inaugural flights scheduled for January 19, 2023,” stated Eddy Doyle, president and CEO, Canada Jetlines.
This update follows Canada Jetlines’ confirmation of nonstop service to Vancouver, which officially launched with the inaugural flight on Dec. 9, 2022.
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In addition to its regular service, Canada Jetlines will operate numerous charter flights throughout December.
Canada Jetlines will also be welcoming a second Airbus A320 aircraft as of Dec. 19, 2022, which will help meet demand during peak travel season.
Travellers can reserve vacation packages with preferred travel agents, who can earn up to 10 per cent commission on all base fares, when contracted directly with Canada Jetlines.
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