will be about where it was 2 years ago... 747s gone, A346s in service on Trans-Atlantic services. New 100 seater entering service (leased).
Westjet will be about double its current size and will probably be withdrawing the last 732s. Regional partners possible.
Norterra/FirstAir/Air North no changes.
Zoom and HMY growing, Transat loosing share to them, possibly going bankrupt.
Skyservice moving operations to more Domestic/Carribean/Hawaii oriented, drop Europe, possibly becoming a partner carrier with european IT
group (TUI or Cook) for trans-atlantic service not on SSV aircraft... A330s operated soley on wetlease to other airlines, A310 retuned as more 757s arrive. A319s dropped, A320/757-200 fleet by 2007.
Canjet... one of 2 things... operating no different that it is now OR
buying newer aircraft (733/4/5, MD80 or F100) and expanding Florida operations, probably operating less in Atlantic Canada.
Jetsgo... somewhat bigger but not that much, possibly adding commuter partner out of YUL
Zip all A319 or other 100 seater ops... no change in size much, possibly operating out of YYZ
as well however.
Jazz... more CRJs (200s, maybe 700s), possibly some Q400s added. No major change in scope of operations, swapping routes with AC
/Alliance as now.
Air Alliance, more 1900Ds added, more Quebec services from YUL
from Jazz. some routes to US returned to Jazz as market recovers.
Central Mountain Air, no major changes.
Pacific Coastal Air... probably no changes or bankrupt, possibly operating as partner for US airline (Alaska or Delta).
Bearskin... northern services split off from Metroliner/PC
-12 southern ops (inc Buttonville), Southern ops possibly operated as Air Canada franchise. Northern ops rearranged, possibly merged with Perimeter or CalmAir. most services switched to PC
-12s. New Name possible for Southern Ops.
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