MONTREAL, May 7 /CNW/ - Effective June 15, 2002, Air Canada will move the
operations of Tango - its low fare, no frills service - from Terminal 2 to
Terminal 3 at Toronto`s Lester B. Pearson International Airport. Due to strong
customer demand, Tango will grow to operate 56 daily flights from Terminal 3
for the summer 2002 schedule, including 28 daily departures and 28 daily
arrivals. This recent significant growth necessitates a move to ensure optimal
customer service and to reduce congestion at Terminal 2.
As of June 15, all Tango flights from Toronto will depart from Terminal
3. Customers with tickets for travel on Tango on or after June 15 are
requested to proceed to Terminal 3 for check-in and departure. Customers who
arrive on a Tango flight in Terminal 3 will be able to proceed in the same
terminal to all other Tango flights.
The Greater Toronto Airport Authority provides free shuttle bus service
connecting all airport terminals and a pedestrian tunnel connects Terminals 1
Air Canada appreciates the understanding and support of its customers in
its ongoing efforts to provide smooth and convenient airport operations at its