In an effort to improve connectivity for its customers, PAL Airlines has signed an interline agreement with Air Canada.
The agreement connects PAL's extensive regional network to Air Canada's domestic, transborder and international networks.
"This new agreement will allow passengers to switch from a PAL flight to an Air Canada flight without having to collect their baggage and re-check in at the counter," said Louis Gosselin, sales manager for PAL Airlines. “When checking in at the airport of departure, passengers' luggage will be checked through to their final destination. At the same time, passengers will receive their boarding cards."
With WestJet too!
The agreement with Air Canada is in addition to the one that already exists between PAL and WestJet.
PAL is pleased to be able to allow its passengers to benefit from connections with the networks of the two largest national carriers in the country.
Interline reservations with both carriers are already available through travel agents and they will be available online in the coming months.
“In addition to this new interline agreement, PAL will increase its capacity by adding new routes to its network in the Atlantic provinces and in Quebec in the coming weeks,” Gosselin said.
By the end of June, the airline will serve more than 30 points in eastern Canada.
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