Air Canada Virtual has added several new routes to its route network, as well as some additional aircraft types operated by former regional partners.
First, Air Canada Jazz's BAe 146-200 is now available, with service between Montreal and Wabush. Air Canada Virtual now also includes the operations of NWT Air, which flew a 737-200 in partial Air Canada livery to destinations in the Northern Territory and Nunavut. It has since been acquired by First Air, which is an airline fully owned by the Inuit people of Canada. Finally, we've added the operations of Calm Air, which flew HS 748s (the first service of this type at SimAirline.net) in Manitoba and Nunavut. Until now, we've just had one destination (Winnipeg) in Manitoba, so this is a great addition to our central Canadian network. Calm Air was associated with Air Canada following the acquisition of Canadian Airlines, and has since gone its own way.
All of these new discontinued Air Canada flights are available in the SimAirline.net Timetable.
Mon, 13. April 2009
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