Canada Jetlines reports that in addition to its scheduled flights to Calgary from Toronto, it also completed 18 charter flights in November for a variety of new clients.
The new Canadian airline said it sees "significant opportunities: in the travel and tourism sector, with strong demand domestically and in international markets like the USA, Mexico, Jamaica, and many others.
The airline continues to build out strong relationships with tourism boards, airports, and economic development stakeholders and charter brokers.
“We see a strong demand for charter flights in the coming months,” said Eddy Doyle, CEO of Canada Jetlines. “The addition of our second aircraft in December will give us more capacity to respond to the demand for charter flights and supplement our revenue from our scheduled service to Calgary, Vancouver, Melbourne/Orlando, and Las Vegas.”
Canada Jetlines recently announced a second aircraft A320 which is forecast to enter service by Dec. 15 2022.
The announcement follows news that Canada Jetlines will commence Airbus A320 service from Toronto to Vancouver in December 2022.
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.