From Canjet's website:
CanJet, Canada’s Low-Fare Airline, has launched a new promotion, “CanJet Deals”, with an exciting 2 fly for the price of 1 offer on CanJet tickets. This exclusive offer is in conjunction with the sign up of a no-fee MasterCard® issuer credit card and features a 50% off on first booking of 2 roundtrip CanJet tickets to anywhere in Canada or the U.S. This 2 for 1 offer is valid for booking until October 31st 2006 and travel must be completed by December 15, 2006 (blackout periods will apply).
[note: this sounds similar to JetsGo's discounts on paired bookings except this requires signing a credit card, not a great idea I think.]
From WestJet's website:
WestJet Selects Swissport for Toronto Ground Handling Contract
APR 19, 2006 - 08:30 ET
CALGARY, ALBERTA--(CCNMatthews - April 19, 2006) - WestJet (TSX:WJA) today announced that Swissport will assume its ground handling contract for the airline at Toronto Pearson International Airport effective immediately. Swissport will be responsible for all aircraft loading and baggage handling at WestJet's second largest operation with approximately 290 scheduled departures per week. Swissport currently handles WestJet's ground operations in Vancouver, Las Vegas, Los Angeles and Honolulu.
From Air Canada's website:
Fly to the stars! Introducing new daily nonstop service from Edmonton to L.A.
Starting May 1, 2006, we’re proud to be the only carrier offering a new daily nonstop from Edmonton to Los Angeles, for as low as $168 CAD one way, for travel on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday (21-day advance purchase required). And, if you book online, earn valuable Aeroplan® Miles!
Land in L.A in style aboard the new CRJ-705 aircraft! Settle into all-leather seating, two classes of service boasting 65 window or aisle seats in Hospitality Service® and 10 window or aisle seats in Executive Service®. Stretch out in 34 inches of industry-leading legroom in Hospitality Class and 37 inches of legroom in Executive Class. Finally, lose yourself in your new in-seat personal entertainment system. Now that’s comfort.
[pardon the propaganda, just a copy/paste job]
From the Sunwing website:
28 Mar 2006 - New Airline Launches Direct Flights From Halifax To Toronto, London And Vancouver
(HALIFAX, NS – MARCH 28, 2006) – Consumers in Halifax now have even more choice in their air travel with the announcement that Sunwing Airlines will begin offering non-stop flights from Halifax to Toronto, London and Vancouver. The flights are part of the company’s new coast-to-coast domestic program which will focus on urban markets in Ontario, B.C. and Atlantic Canada.
“Both the business and leisure traveler will benefit from this new direct service to London, Ontario, providing the community with another non-stop destination and an additional option to the Toronto and Vancouver markets,” says Jerry Staples, Vice President Marketing for Halifax International Airport Authority. “Sunwing is already running a successful program servicing southern destinations from Halifax, and we are pleased to support this new initiative,” he says.
Sunwing’s Halifax flights will run on the following schedule:
Ø Halifax to Toronto: Departing Tuesdays and Fridays from June 23 to September 15. One way prices are $100.
Ø Halifax to London: Departing Mondays and Thursdays from June 22 to September 14. One way prices are $149.
Ø Halifax to Vancouver: Departing Mondays and Thursdays from June 22 to September 14. One way prices are $350.