Air Canada Negotiations With Pilots Continue

10th Jul 2000

Negotiations between Air Canada and the Air
Canada Pilots Association (ACPA) are ongoing and are expected to continue
during the coming days.

``The talks are detailed and both sides are working earnestly to resolve
the outstanding issues,`` said Calin Rovinescu, Air Canada`s Executive
Vice-President, Corporate Development & Strategy who is leading the talks for
the airline. ``We wish to reassure our customers that we remain firmly focused
on negotiating a settlement without disruption to our operations.``

In view of the ongoing talks, ACPA has not given the Company notice of
intent to strike. According to Canadian labour law, a union must give 72 hours
notice prior to taking any strike action.

Air Canada will not be commenting further on the discussions.





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