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Air Canada Jazz to launch daily non-stop service between Los Angeles and Edmonton

Air Canada announced that it will launch daily non-stop flights between…

Air Canada announced that it will launch daily non-stop flights between Los Angeles and Edmonton, Alberta, Canada effective May 1, 2006. Flights will be operated by Air Canada Jazz with next-generation Bombardier CRJ-705 aircraft. Air Canada already offers non-stop service from Los Angeles to Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto and Montreal.



“We are delighted to offer the convenience of the only non-stop flights linking Los Angeles with Edmonton, Alberta,” said Ben Smith, Air Canada’s vice president responsible for network planning at Air Canada and Jazz. “The addition of new jet aircraft to the Air Canada Jazz fleet allows us to pursue new market opportunities and deploy the right aircraft to meet travel demand with the best schedules and lowest fares on an everyday basis.”



Air Canada Jazz will operate a fleet of 15 CRJ-705s by December 2005. AC8529 departs Los Angeles, arriving in Edmonton. AC8528 departs Edmonton, arriving in Los Angeles.



Air Canada operates more non-stop flights between the U.S. and Canada than any other airline. Air Canada, Air Canada Jazz and its commercial partners operate more than 385 non-stop flights per day on 79 routes to and from 50 U.S. and 6 Canadian destinations, Air Canada extends its network within the United States even further with its Star Alliance partner, United Airlines.

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