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  • More chrystal clear skies for AIR CANADA in France ...

    which may translate into bad news for other players as ....

    Air Canada and Corsairfly have launched a commercial partnership that will strategically strengthen their respective positions in the travel market between France and Canada. The partnership provides for reciprocal codesharing on each carrier’s France-Canada flights, streamlined access to Air Canada’s network for Corsairfly customers,

    and enhanced presence in the French market for Air Canada as
    (possibly even more important than the agreement with Corsairfly !!!!)
    a preferred carrier through the Nouvelles Frontières Group that owns France’s largest travel agency network. It is estimated that approximately one million passengers travel each year between the two countries.

    (part of deal with NF is possibly even more important than the agreement with Corsairfly !!!!)

    “The France-Canada travel market is historically one of the most important between Europe and North America. Together with Air Canada, we are poised to see healthy growth well into the future,” said Hervé Pierret, Corsairfly president and CEO. “We are particularly pleased to announce new non-stop service to Quebec City [from Paris], as the Quebec capital prepares to celebrate its 400th anniversary. Our new direct service to Halifax will provide our customers with convenient onward connections with Air Canada to discover Canada’s entire Atlantic region, just one of the benefits provided by this partnership

    Source Baxter Press, (Canada's top travel trade publications)

    http://travelpress.com/NEWS/index.php?sid=3538
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    Good to see. CDG and France was becoming a "backwater" to AC given the strength of Air France and their virtual monopoly over all things French.

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