Air Canada is offering its charter Air Canada Jetz aircraft service to three strategic hubs in a bid to rebuild air travel demand and "engage with its customers."
Serviced by an Airbus A319, Air Canada Jetz will be available on two routes as of 01JUN: YYZ-YUL and YYZ-YOW.
An Airbus A319 normally has 120 seats, but three of this aircraft type have been configured to accommodate just 58 Business Class seats as part of the Jetz program.
Jetz is Air Canada's "premiere charter aviation service provider", according to its website. For years now, it has ferried professional sports teams, entertainment groups and corporate clients.
Past and current customers include music sensations like the Rolling Stones and hockey teams like the Toronto Maple Leafs.
"While our favourite pro sports teams are on hiatus, we’re putting forward these special flights for our customers to enjoy," Air Canada said in a statement.
"The spacious cabin configuration has 58 seats and provides more comfort and personal space with a recliner seat with a 42-49-inch pitch."
On board Wi-Fi is available for purchase and passengers receive two complimentary checked bags.
"These planes also provide less waiting time for both boarding and deplaning. Flights will be departing from prime gate locations and begin boarding only 25 minutes before departure," says AC.
Members are also able to redeem miles for these flights.
Click herefor a schedule and more information about the Jetz aircraft.
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Peter Marshall- May 22, 2020 @ 13:03
On March the 30th. 2020 I had a ticket from Havana to Toronto. 2 days before my flight date I went to the Air Canada office in Havana and it was so busy I could not even get into the building. I emailed Air Canada and was told that I would be reimbursed soon. Will this ever happen ?