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Discussion in 'Air Canada | Aeroplan' started by igloocoder, Dec 16, 2011.
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So much for the $500 roundtrip fares to NRT. I guess they'll be $1200+ now....oh....wait.....
yyz/nrt $500 fare costs over $1400 now and yyz/nrt/bkk costs 1277 lowest fare....all on AC and code share.So what is truthful about that?
It won't force them to get rid of fuel surcharges though -- just to include them in the advertised prices.
But I thought CA was long bankrupt already?
Damn errant capital letter confusing things....
I’d be very surprised if China let their “flag” carrier go bankrupt.
Good to see them finally implementing the legislation that was passed years ago.
Agree. I'll be curious to see how the implemenation goes and how it's received by the public but to me this is a good move.
It's about time. Try convincing a non-Canadian client that a $500 ticket became $1000 because of all the hidden charges.
I've been convincing clients of that for years. Trust me it'll make my job that much easier.