Canada Jetlines' First Flight Takes Off 22SEP from Toronto to Calgary

Canada JetlinesCanada Jetlines announced its first scheduled flight, set to take off on 22SEP from YYZ-YYC. This route will be the first operated by Canada Jetlines with more routes to be announced "soon."

When the route debuts, Jetlines will begin operations with biweekly flights operating Thursdays and Sundays out of YYZ to YYC at from 07:55am – 10:10am EST, which returns from YYC to YYZ 11:40am – 17:20 EST.

As of 13OCT, frequency will increase to three flights per week, Thursdays through Sundays.

“Canada Jetlines is proud to launch our initial flights between Toronto to Calgary – two vibrant Canadian cities with numerous tourist destinations,” said Eddy Doyle, CEO of Canada Jetlines. “The two cities represent cultural diversity, economic trade, and significant investment opportunities. We are encouraged to continue expanding our reach.”

For more information, visit Canada Jetlines' web site.

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