TORONTO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Canada Jetlines Operations Ltd. (NEO: CJET) (“Canada Jetlines” or the “Company”) announces that it has signed a contract with the ISIC Program that will see Canada Jetlines provide discounted airfare rates to University enrolled students globally. This agreement complements many other private user group agreements whose members benefit from private rates with Canada Jetlines.
"Canada Jetlines is very pleased to partner with ISIC and its 4.5 Million student members worldwide. We are looking forward to providing access to reduced rate travel options for students as they discover the joy and education associated with travel. We have a world class organization that is reaching out every day to new partners and stakeholders that will benefit from our products and services and we are especially proud to launch this program,” said Canada Jetlines’ Chief Commercial Officer, Duncan Bureau.
“We are excited to partner with Canada Jetlines to bring value to our ISIC members who love to travel and see the world. This partnership is welcomed as we prepare for a busy year ahead for students,” says Corey Grist, Director of Operations and Services at ISIC Canada.
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