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In Future We Will Fly Fewer Strangers

Historically airlines and airports knew surprisingly little about their customers. The classic Passenger Name Record (PNR) data given by a travel agent to an airline says little other than the basics of name, origin and destination. There is a reason for a check-in agent asking for your passport: they really have no idea who you…


Comparison of US Open Skies to Canadian Blue Skies Agreements

by Doris Mak A comparison of US Open Skies Agreements to Canadian Blue Skies Agreements. doris.mak@intervistas.com

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Good Planning Builds Traffic and Infrastructure

by Rob Beynon Between the end of 2010 and the just-finished Paris Air Show, the major manufacturers have updated their forecasts for aircraft deliveries over the next 20 years. Airbus, Boeing, Bombardier, and Embraer all project significant numbers of new aircraft entering the world fleet. Each manages to categorize aircraft slightly differently, making straight comparisons…


Post Paris: Aircraft Forecasts & Orders

by Steve Martin Between the end of 2010 and the just-finished Paris Air Show, the major manufacturers have updated their forecasts for aircraft deliveries over the next 20 years. Airbus, Boeing, Bombardier, and Embraer all project significant numbers of new aircraft entering the world fleet. Each manages to categorize aircraft slightly differently, making straight comparisons…


The Convenience of Code-Sharing

by Alex Welch With services to the largest hubs in Canada and the North-western United States, Kelowna travellers have access to destinations all over the world. Furthermore, through code-share agreements, Kelowna travellers have more airlines to choose from and are able to access even more destinations than ever before. A code-share agreement, as the name…


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