Canada Jetlines Operations Ltd. (Canada Jetlines), the new, all-Canadian, leisure airline, has received its air operating certificate (AOC) from Transport Canada, granting approval to initiate operations out of its travel hub at Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) (below).
Securing the AOC confirms that Canada Jetlines has all required professional capabilities and adheres to all safety regulations needed for aircraft operations.
Canada Jetlines looks forward to its inaugural flight and will be releasing new destinations and updated scheduling shortly.
“The entire team at Canada Jetlines is thrilled to obtain our AOC after meeting all necessary operation standards and passing all inspections,” shared Eddy Doyle, CEO of Canada Jetlines. “We thank Transport Canada and greatly appreciate the tireless effort and diligence they undertake to approve new airlines. We excitedly look forward to our launch date, meeting the increased demand for convenient, leisure travel in Canada and beyond and to provide more options to explore the world.”
Jetlines (Toronto) will launch operations on August 15.
The airline issued this statement:
Canada Jetlines Operations Ltd. (Canada Jetlines), the new, all-Canadian, leisure airline, announced today the launch of airline ticket reservations for departures from its initial flight on August 15, 2022, onwards through travel agents and on http://www.jetlines.com. The carrier will be offering launch special fares available for a limited time for flights out of its travel hub at Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ), to domestic destinations Moncton, NB (YQM) and Winnipeg, MB (YWG).
Canada Jetlines Operations Ltd., the new all-Canadian leisure airline, has announced the successful completion of all demonstration flights for Transport Canada in the process to obtain its Air Operator Certificate (AOC).
On July 5, 2022, Canada Jetlines operated a flight from the Region of Waterloo International airport to Greater Moncton Roméo Leblanc International airport and back, to the satisfaction of Transport Canada inspectors.
Canada Jetlines Operations Ltd. (Jetlines) the new all-Canadian, leisure carrier, is proud to announce that the Canadian Transportation Agency (CTA) has determined that the company has met the agency’s financial requirements.
The CTA had previously determined that Canada Jetlines met the Canadian Control requirements. With the satisfaction of this significant milestone, the formal CTA commercial license will be issued following the issuance of the Air Operator Certificate (AOC) by Transport Canada.
“This is an important milestone for Canada Jetlines as we are approaching the completion of the AOC process with Transport Canada. The teams of both the CTA and Canada Jetlines have been working with great collaboration and diligence to ensure we have met or exceeded the requirements for a start-up airline operating in Canada. We are working in earnest towards the finish line of the certification process. We are confident that we will operate our first commercial flight this summer and plan to announce our commercial schedule in the coming weeks,” said Eddy Doyle CEO Canada Jetlines.
CAE has announced that it has signed an exclusive 5-year training agreement with Canada Jetlines, Ltd. Under the agreement, CAE will train Jetlines pilots on the CAE 7000 XR Airbus A320 full-flight simulator (FFS) at the CAE Montreal Training Centre.
Jetlines anticipates its inaugural flight in the spring of 2022, offering Canadians more selection and more economical options to fly to sun destinations in the southern United States, Caribbean, and Mexico.
Canada Jetlines, Ltd. selected the Airbus A320 as its fleet standard due to the aircraft’s best-in-class operating economics, customer comfort and fly-by-wire technology. The company will begin servicing the flying public in 2022.
Jetlines (Canada Jetlines) is now planning to launch its first flights in the second quarter of 2022.
The first flights will be from Toronto (above).
Previously GlobalX and Jetlines announced they will jointly sell seats from Toronto to Miami and Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood over 6 weeks beginning in March pending final receipt of regulatory approvals and registration with the Travel Industry Council of Ontario (TICO).
Calgary flights are now expected to come later in 2022.