As part of their new trade agreement, PAL Airlines launched his first codeshare link with Air Canadabetween St. John’s International Airport and Halifax Stanfield International Airport.
This commercial agreement will allow PAL Airlines to acquire six Dash 8-400 (Bombardier Q Series) that will be gradually added to its fleet to be operated on behalf of Air Canada for five years. It is the latest of the agreements between the two Canadian airlines, which have improved connectivity and regional transport in Eastern Canada with the addition of PAL Airlines to Air Canada’s interline network. A partnership that allows easy connections between the two networks and the marketing of certain PAL Airlines flights on the website of the Canadian national company.
PAL Airlines is based in St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador, and serves a network of scheduled destinations in Eastern Canada and Quebec. ” We are extremely pleased to work with Air Canada to develop and strengthen regional transportation options in Eastern Canada,” said Calvin Ash, President of PAL Airlines. “This latest agreement preserves PAL Airlines’ current commercial network, significantly expands our flight operations and supports our strategy to grow our business by staying in touch with the communities we serve. “.