Canada Jetlines has officially launched reservations for departures from 15AUG onwards from its YYZ hub to Moncton and Winnipeg.
Canada’s newest leisure airline notes that reservations are subject to final government approval, which is expected "well before" 15AUG.
Travel advisors can earn up to ten percent commission on all base fares when contracted directly with Canada Jetlines. Advisors can register with the carrier by clicking this link.
“Canada Jetlines is fully staffed and ready to fly. As a start-up during the pandemic, we emphasize preparation and collaboration and are currently equipped to accommodate and welcome guests to travel with us,” said Eddy Doyle, CEO of Canada Jetlines. “Our team is particularly appreciative of the ongoing support from the various government agencies who have been incredible to work with throughout our journey.”
The airline is also launching a rich ticket giveaway exclusively for travel advisors. All advisors who register with the carrier’s portal before 22DEC will automatically be entered into a draw to win one of 174 airline tickets for life to any destination the airline flies to at the time of ticket redemption. Travel advisors can enter by registering here. The results of the draw will be announced on 25DEC 2022.
“The entire team at Canada Jetlines is excited to finally accept ticket bookings. We’ve worked incredibly hard to reach this milestone and are overjoyed to begin delivering a new leisure airline experience for Canadian travelers,” shared Duncan Bureau, Chief Commercial Officer of Canada Jetlines.
“Travel Advisors play a huge role in this as a critical piece to our overall distribution strategy. As we emerge from the pandemic, the value of a professional advisor is recognized by the consumer as a critical element when booking travel, far more now than it may have been prior to COVID. We’re pleased to offer advisors an exclusive commission on all base fares booked with us,” Bureau added.
Jetlines notes that tickets are being sold in accordance to an exemption from the application of section 59 of the Canada Transportation Act which allows the carrier to sell tickets for air travel prior to receiving its license. Canada Jetlines air service remains subject to the Canadian Transportation Agency’s approval, and all prospective pax will be informed, before a reservation is made or a ticket is issued, that the air service is subject to approval.
For more information on Canada Jetlines, visit its web site.