CanJet Airlines, Canada’s first eastern Canadian low-fare scheduled airline, confirmed today that, pending regulatory approval, it will re-launch service to Central and Atlantic Canada on June 20th. CanJet will provide scheduled service to Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal, Halifax, Moncton and St. John’s with its fleet of popular Boeing 737 - 120 seat passenger jets.
On June 20th, CanJet’s first aircraft will begin service between Toronto’s Terminal Three, Halifax and St. John’s. The second aircraft will be added on June 23rd and, on June 27th, CanJet will introduce flights to Ottawa and Montreal with the addition of the third plane. The airline’s initial route network will be completed on July 4th with the addition of a fourth aircraft bringing Moncton into the CanJet system.
Effective June 4th, 2002, passengers can book online at www.canjet.com for added savings and convenience; call the CanJet Reservations Sales Centre at 1-800-809-7777; or contact their travel agent.
CanJet Airlines is a division of I.M.P. Group Limited, Halifax, Nova Scotia, one of Canada’s largest aviation and aerospace companies. Kenneth C. Rowe, I.M.P. Chairman & Chief Executive Officer today said, “CanJet has attracted and assembled a highly experienced, service oriented team, many of whom were with CanJet when it was launched in 2000.”
“We are delighted that CanJet Airlines will once again be able to offer passengers a low fare, high quality service alternative when travelling in Central and Atlantic Canada,” said Mr. Rowe. “Our friendly staff have been trained to provide efficient and responsive service in the air and on the ground, something that will set us apart from the competition,” he stated.
With its home base in Halifax and access to Toronto’s Pearson International Airport, CanJet is confident it will become the low fare airline of choice in the markets it serves.