All posts tagged: Air Transat

Air Transat Returns To St Maarten

Canadian carrier Air Transat has finally returned to St Maarten after a 15-month hiatus in the wake of Hurricane Irma. The airline officially resumed service to the destination this week and is now operating weekly scheduled flights to St Maarten from both Montreal and Toronto, with service every Saturday. Advertisements

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Europe Is All Yours With Transat – Offering More Destinations, Flights And Holiday Packages In 2016

MONTREAL, Jan. 21, 2016 /CNW Telbec/ – Travellers looking to discover the treasures of Europe for the first time, as well as those making a return trip to explore new sights and sounds, will be spoiled for choice when they see Transat’s vast selection of packages, tours, cruises and à la carte travel suggestions for the 2016 season. Products on offer this year include a direct flight to Zagreb, Croatia, new vacation packages including cycling trips in partnership with Vélo Québec, and increased flight frequencies. The latest line-up is showcased in Transat’s new 2016 Europe brochure.

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The National Airlines Council of Canada (NACC) Says Canadian Travellers Are Paying Excessive Taxes And Fees

OTTAWA, April 18, 2013 /CNW/ – The National Airlines Council of Canada (NACC) welcomed a federal government report supporting its position that air travellers are being unduly penalized by excessive taxes and fees that are making air travel more costly for Canadians. The report, One Size Doesn’t Fit All: The Future Growth and Competitiveness of Canadian Air Travel by the Senate Standing Committee on Transport and Communications, builds on earlier work of the committee that concluded taxes and fees imposed on travellers and airlines are making Canada’s aviation industry uncompetitive. The senate report includes the following key findings and recommendations: Canada needs a single, cohesive National Air Travel Strategy to chart a new course to ensure competitive air travel in Canada. The Government of Canada must stop treating the aviation sector as a source of public revenue and start recognizing the sector’s ability to create jobs. Airport rent should be eliminated. Canadians continue to drive to U.S. airports to take advantage of lower airfares at an alarming rate. The rules governing the use of foreign pilots should be strengthened. “We note that …