It's about time the Canadian public figured out that air travel is not a right and rather an earned privilege. They'll learn the different standards of cost & service that have been present in Europe and abroad.
Despite the popular (unprofitable) domestic duopoly and their passengers insisting that "things were better in the good ol' days" - a couple Xmas f-ups from these low-ball carriers will sort public opinion out.
CJ ain't breaking any molds, that's for sure. Hopefully they can avoid the mess and cancellations that have plagued Swoop and Flair, if they actually get their metal sorted out.
To be fair on their old site it was VERY buried. This one... Semi buried. Especially considering they linked in the ad to just the main site not the career page. Also no requirements posted
100% - there was no judging. Just providing the info.
I cannot believe an operation with no OC, no airplanes, and no pilots isn't going to fly in December.
https://www.skiesmag.com/press-releases ... -update-2/
Jetlines provides financing update
SEPTEMBER 30, 2019
Canada Jetlines Ltd. is providing an update on its financing progress.
The company has made significant advancements towards launching commercial airline operations which have been detailed in prior news releases. Commercial agreements have been concluded with airports, suppliers, service providers and other key stakeholders. Jetlines has also made progress in the licensing process through the submission of operations manuals and licensing documents to Transport Canada and the Canadian Transportation Agency. However, the completion of the financing required to launch airline operations remains critical to Jetlines’ continued advancement and launch.
With regards to financing efforts, Jetlines is currently discussing the opportunity with a number of institutions whose investments would be sufficient to launch operations. At this time, Jetlines’ partners at SmartLynx Airlines SIA and InHarv ULCC Growth Fund remain committed to seeing Jetlines through the financing process.
Jetlines’ intent is to convert investor interest into financing commitments, but it cannot provide any assurances that this will occur. Jetlines will provide further updates to the market with respect to its financing efforts through future news releases.
I'm interested, but not willing to invest either.Jetlines’ intent is to convert investor interest into financing commitments, but it cannot provide any assurances that this will occur.
"The Agency is the authority for Canada that issues licences to operate publicly available air services. The Agency issues licences to operate domestic air services to Canadian applicants. It also issues licences to operate scheduled and non-scheduled international services to and from Canada."
THIS being the Canadian Transportation Agency and the required licence to operate.
No tickee...no laundry.