Air Canada offers big savings to sample subscription air travel passes this winter season
December 14, 2006
Air Canada is offering exceptional
savings this winter season to try out a special version of its new
subscription flight passes that provide the freedom of unlimited air travel.
On sale December 14, 2006 to January 3, 2007, Air Canada's "Welcome Aboard"
flight pass promotion starts at only $229 per month, payable over a two month
period, and provides access to book flights exclusively on Tuesdays and
Saturdays, anywhere Air Canada, Jazz and its regional partners fly in Canada
and the continental United States. A three day option is also available that
extends travel days to include Sundays as well. Air Canada's 'Welcome Aboard'
sample flight passes are valid for travel between January 9 and March 6, 2007
within four zones to choose from: Canada East, Canada West, Across Canada and
"Our 'Welcome Aboard' flight pass promotion is a great opportunity to try
out our Unlimited Passes at an exceptionally low monthly rate," said Charles
McKee, Vice President, Marketing. "Customer feedback has been very positive
since we launched Unlimited Passes in October. With this special offer, we
want to encourage first time users to try out and experience for themselves
the freedom to travel where they want with the convenience of fixed monthly
Air Canada is the only airline that offers its customers multi-trip
Flight Passes which provide the convenience to self-manage travel online,
either in the form of pre-purchased banks of flight credits or fixed monthly
subscription rates that provide for unlimited flights. Earlier this year, the
airline launched the 'London Pass', its first pass for international travel,
and the 'Oil Express Pass' designed specifically for oil patch workers in
Northern Alberta travelling for work and leisure. Other Flight Passes offered
for frequent travellers include the popular 'Rapidair Pass', valid on the
carrier's frequent shuttle services between Toronto-Montreal and Toronto-
Ottawa, and multi-user 'Small Business Pass' designed for up to eight
employees of the same company. The airline also offers leisure passes for sun
seekers, including 'Sun Pass East', 'Sun Pass West', and 'Hawaii Pass'.
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