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Air Canada Launches Four New Flights Out of Ottawa

Air Canada Jazz has begun non-stop flights between Ottawa and four new markets.


By Don Douloff, May 8, 2008

Air Canada Jazz has begun non-stop flights between Ottawa and four new markets.

These include twice-daily, year-round non-stop service between Ottawa and Washington, D.C.’s National Airport, operated on a 50-seat Bombardier regional jet; daily, year-round non-stop Ottawa-Saskatoon service using a 75-seat Bombardier regional aircraft; daily, year-round non-stop Ottawa-Thunder Bay service aboard a 50-seat Bombardier regional jet; and year-round Ottawa-Charlottetown service using a Bombardier 50-seat regional jet.

In addition, Air Canada has launched daily, year-round non-stop service from Toronto to Austin, Tex., using a 75-seat Bombardier Jazz regional aircraft, and has also begun twice-daily, year-round non-stop flights from Toronto to Richmond, Va., utilizing a 37-seat Jazz Dash 8 aircraft.

Beginning May 15, the airline will launch daily, year-round non-stop Calgary-Chicago service using a 93-seat aircraft.

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