FLYYUL From Italy, joined Jun 2000, 5038 posts, RR: 50 Posted (11 years 11 months 2 weeks 12 hours ago) and read 20509 times:
Here's an idea.
Use this thread to post any changes to the current Air Canada sked (upguages/downguages/change of sked/new freq's/new routes etc.)
Here is the latest, and what is different from summer 2003 to summer 2004
YVR-EWR (new route)
YVR-IAD/OS / KBOS), USA - Massachusetts">BOS (resumption of service, YVR-OS / KBOS), USA - Massachusetts">BOS daily up from 3 weekly)
YVR-KIX (2 daily up from 1, 763 service)
YVR-NGO (5 weekly resumption)
YVR-YUL 5 daily (up from 4)
YVR-TPE NOT going ahead
YVR-ICN upgauge to A343 from B763
YVR-HKG 2 daily one-way
YVR-HNL 3 weekly 762
YVR-SYD daily 763 via HNL, with no traffic allowed in HNL
YVR-LHR 3 daily (1 flight change from 763 to 333)
YULYYT back 07Apr A319
YULYDF daily BAE146
YULYEG back 01May A320... 2 daily in the summer (subject to confirmation)
YULFRA (2 daily up from 1, 763 service)
YULLHR (2 daily up from 1, 763 in full J/Y configs)
YULLAX (2 daily up from 1, 319 service)
YULLAS 2 weekly A320
YULYVR 5 daily up from 4
YULYYC 4 daily up from 3
YULMUC daily (in co-op with LH)
YULVIE 4 weekly up from 3 (in co-op with OS)
YULEWR down to 4 daily from 5
YULIAD down to 3 daily from 4
YULFDF not going ahead
YULBEY awaiting govt approval
YYZNRT resumption 01Apr
YYZYLW weekend service only (down from daily)
YYZSCLEZE 3 weekly 763
YYZDEL daily A343
YYZMSP down to 2 daily from 3
YYZLHR down to 5 daily from 6 (3 A333/2 763)
YYZFRA upgauged to 2 daily 74E (from 74E/333 service)
YYZCDG upgauge to A333 (same as summer 2003)
YYZZRH/AMS SuperComfort class
YYZSJO daily from 3 weekly
YYZMEX 2 daily A319 from 1 daily 767
YYZHAV daily from 3 weekly
YYZKIN suspended in favor of JM code-share
YYZMAN suspending in favor of BMI code-share
YYZMBJ downgauged to A319
YYZDFW/IAH 3 daily from 2/downguaged to JAZZ CRJ
YYZTLV daily from 4 weekly.. departure changed from 2355 to 1720
Feel free to add to this list .. lets consolidate all our findings into this thread.
FLYACYYZ From Canada, joined Jan 2004, 1914 posts, RR: 11
Reply 8, posted (11 years 11 months 1 week 4 days 21 hours ago) and read 19452 times:
A few adjustments to the original posting:
YVR-KIX - Apparently one "liberated" A340 from the on again off again TPE route. Marketing claims that the 2 763's will be changed to 1 daily 343.
YYZ-KIN - In addition to JM daily codeshare service, there will be 2 supplemental AC A319's operating for a total of 9 weekly. Believe the flights are on Tu/Sa.
YYZ-MBJ - RESIII showing daily A319, but will be upgauged to daily A320.
YYZ-TLV - Current schedule for some time now is 5 weekly, not 4, increasing to daily. The current CDA-ISRAEL bilateral has a capacity (total seats) restriction per week. Believe AC is going to ask for an amendment/increase on this route. With the arrival of the A345's, and the pilots not having yet agreed to "ultra-long haul flying" (more than 19 hour duty days), a combination of the A343's and the A345's may be used on current long haul, heavy traffic routes such as YYZ-TLV & YVR-PVG.
Don't believe the Israeli government will allow for capacity increases due to protecionist policies over LY. Currently they are still embroiled in a bitter dispute with LH over capacity on TLV-FRA.
Cayman From Canada, joined Aug 2003, 905 posts, RR: 8
Reply 18, posted (11 years 11 months 1 week 2 days 19 hours ago) and read 18952 times:
Regarding GCM--I was a little unclear whether you are saying it is reduced to 1x or 2x weekly. AC have typically gone to 2x week in summer when demand falls off and then resume the extra flights in season.
Do you know if/when they are going back to wed/sun YYZ GCM? Thx.
Aviationman From Canada, joined Dec 1999, 634 posts, RR: 0
Reply 20, posted (11 years 11 months 1 week 2 days 18 hours ago) and read 18907 times:
What's the load factor on YYZ-GCM in high and low seasons? A friend of mine travels to GCM several times per year and the flights are never full. She is traveling on Z fares and never had problems to get on. Never more than 50 to 60 pax.....Including non-revs. Could it be another "prestige" route for AC?
Summa767 From United Kingdom, joined Mar 2004, 2671 posts, RR: 5
Reply 22, posted (11 years 11 months 1 week 2 days 16 hours ago) and read 18784 times:
It is true that Air Canada has applied for the Toronto-Bogota route 3 times a week. It would then continue to Lima.
There is no bilateral agreement between Colombia and Canada as yet, but that is expected to be cleared soon. Colombian national carriers have a right to express their views on the application. Even so, there is no reason why AC should not be able to start this route by the winter timetable as they have requested.
Bear in mind that there is a sizeable Colombian population around Toronto, and ever more Canadian business (and tourist) interests in both countries. Also, given the US requirements for visas and the difficulty in trying to obtain them, a direct flight would make life much easier for Colombians going to study or visit relatives in Canada. The choice is limited if one wants to do this route avoiding the US. Either through Mexico, or a through Cuba. The latter requires overnight stay in HAV!