TORONTO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Canada Jetlines Operations Ltd. (NEO: CJET) (“Canada Jetlines”) the new all-Canadian, leisure carrier, is proud to announce today, a partnership with Safran Landing Systems, to equip its Airbus A320 fleet. The collaboration follows recent news that the airline selected Toronto Pearson International Airport (GTAA) as its travel hub.
Looking at projected growth of 15 aircrafts by 2025, Canada Jetlines aims to offer the best-in-class operating economics, customer comfort and fly-by-wire technology, providing an elevated guest centric experience from the first touchpoint.
Lighter and more durable than the competing product, thanks to its high-performance carbon material and its superior anti-oxidation protective coating, Safran’s A320-family carbon brakes provide airlines around the world with significant savings in terms of maintenance costs, fuel consumption, as well as a reduction in their CO2 emissions.
“Safran Landing Systems was able to offer the most economical and reliable support package, which will allow Canada Jetlines to execute our growth strategy and focus on delivering the best value to our customers,” shared Brad Warren, Vice President Maintenance Operations at Canada Jetlines. “We are excited for our new long-term partnership with Safran Landing Systems.”
Nicolas Potier, Executive Vice President, Wheels & Brakes Division, Safran Landing Systems, added, “We are very proud to be Canada Jetlines’ partner in its future success. Safran Landing Systems is committed to supporting the continuously growing leisure market segment in Canada and around the world, with efficient wheels & brakes products and flexible service solutions.”
With travel targeted for summer 2022, Canada Jetlines was created to provide passengers another choice for travel from Toronto to the U.S., Caribbean, and Mexico. Visit www.jetlines.com to learn more, sign up for email updates, and follow on all social media platforms to join the Canada Jetlines family.
About Canada Jetlines
Canada Jetlines is a well-capitalized leisure focused carrier, utilizing a growing fleet of Airbus320 aircraft targeting a start in the summer of 2022, subject to Transport Canada approval. The carrier was created to provide Canadian consumers with more value choices and travel options to fly to coveted sun and leisure destinations in the U.S., Caribbean, and Mexico. With a projected growth of 15 aircrafts by 2025, Canada Jetlines aims to offer the best-in-class operating economics, customer comfort and fly-by-wire technology, providing an elevated guest centric experience from the first touchpoint. The efficient aircraft design merged with the experience of the all-Canadian management team, allows for accessible flight options without sacrificing quality or convenience. The carrier will use a state-of-the-art web booking platform, making the turnkey solution available to Travel Agents, Tour Operators, and consumers, with the capability of generating revenue on reservations and ancillary sales. We aim to provide more revenue opportunities to express our gratitude to current and future agent partners and all the work that they do. We look forward to working with you to create memorable travel experiences for consumers. To learn more, please visit www.jetlines.com and follow on all social media platforms for news and updates.
Canada Jetlines Recent News:
- April 25, 2022 – Canada Jetlines Announces Increase to Equity Financing
- April 22, 2022 – Canada Jetlines Announces Equity Financing
- April 7, 2022 – Canada Jetlines to Begin Operations at Toronto Pearson International Airport
- April 4, 2022 – Canada Jetlines Receives Conditional Approval from Transport Canada to Begin Flight Attendant Training
- March 24, 2022 – Canada Jetlines Readies for Summer Launch With Unveiling of First Aircraft
- March 19. 2022 - Canada Jetlines Taps Fareportal OTA’s AS First Travel Agency Partner
- March 18, 2022 - Canada Jetlines Prepares for Take-Off as Canadian Government Lifts Pre-Departure Testing Requirements
- March 18, 2022 - Canada Jetlines Appoints Experienced Travel Industry Executive as CFO
- March 17, 2022 - Canada Jetlines Announces Stage 1 Licensing Approval from the CTA
- March 10, 2022 – Canada Jetlines Announces Partnership with Unisync
Safran is an international high-technology group, operating in the aviation (propulsion, equipment and interiors), defense and space markets. Its core purpose is to contribute to a safer, more sustainable world, where air transport is more environmentally friendly, comfortable and accessible. Safran has a global presence, with 76,800 employees and sales of 15.3 billion euros in 2021 and holds, alone or in partnership, world or regional leadership positions in its core markets. Safran is listed on the Euronext Paris stock exchange and is part of the CAC 40 and Euro Stoxx 50 indices.
Safran Landing Systems is the world leader in aircraft landing and braking systems. The company has partnerships with 20 airframers in civil, regional, commercial and military transport, and supports 27,000 aircraft.
This contract also benefit from Landing LifeTM, the support and services offer, which covers all Safran Landing Systems' after-sales business and aims, and was designed around three main objectives: keep planes flying, reduce the total cost of ownership and foster the sharing of expertise. Thanks to a global network of MRO centers and new digital tools, Landing LifeTM guarantees a tailored, responsive, reliable and cost-effective support services, 24/7, in all main regions around the world.
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