Its a fact everyone. Seeing by all the memos posted in all the different airline offices in T-1, ITS OFFICIAL, as of June 1st, so look for a lot of moving around in April & May. All airlines out of T-1 are being moved to T-3. I believe that AC & CP will want to be the first to relocate to T-New. By moving some operations, be it International or Domestic, to T-1, both airlines will have first dibs on the first gates in T-New, which will be in operation by 2003.....for all of you in YYZ that take the 409, take a close look at the bottom of that big billboard showing the new terminal, if you read the bottom of it, it says that Phase one will be in operation by that time. I now that both AC & CP will have a hard time in the next few years adjusting to T-1, but for them I guess its a small price to pay to be the first to locate themselves in the new terminal. Already, many airlines in T-1, have begun to choose their counter space, and look for areas to build offices, hang signs ect...AC183..YYZ is too big of an airport to have AC start sending flights over to any other major airport in Canada, it would be a waste of time for its passengers to be redirected. As far as Im concerned AC is doing well out of YYZ and I dont believe that it will start redirecting any time soon. My only question at this time is.. What will AC do about CP's alliance? Will it keep it together with ONEworld or move it over to their STARalliance? If anyone can get back to me on that, it would be great!! For anyone interested CANJET will not be located in Toronto, it will be operated out of Hamilton. In regards again to them moving to T-1, it makes scence, terminals 1 & 2 are closer together then terminal 3, and again would be easier for passengers passing thru YYZ and more cost effective. At this time AC has spent money on a sole shuttle service between T3 & T2, and this has slowed the regular shuttle service for the entire airport, because they are utilizing the GTAA shuttle busses. By having the two terminals closer together, passengers might not even have to make a switch, instead, simply board their transiting aricraft within their respective terminals. Also, while speaking to a US customs officer in T1, they have heard that incoming international flights, with connections to the US, will not have to clear Canadian customs, they simply will clear US customs upon arrival and be on their way to their next flight. Which is great, they save time, and more flights can depart earlier. All in all, the changes will happen. Yes, T1 is run down, but I'm sure that AC & CP will manage. By having the entire terminal, they can greater accomodate thier passengers by having everything close together.