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    bien fait!

    wondering if this is really realistic to have Air Canada have an extra subsidiary in Quebec, seeing as AC's headquarteres is already in Montréal?

    bien fait!

    wondering if this is really realistic to have Air Canada have an extra subsidiary in Quebec, seeing as AC's headquarteres is already in Montréal?

    Thank you very  much :) Quebec International Airlines is not a subsidiary of Air Canada. It is an independent company that actually operates long-haul flights from Montreal airport in partnership with Air Canada on certain routes. Like Air France does with Delta Air Lines from Paris CDG airport. It is part of the group that includes Air Canada and Air Transat. Each one is independent, and flies for its own account. It's like the alliances (skyteam, oneworld, star alliance...) There is a code-share, and some routes. An alliance on the level of certain type of aircraft like the 777-300 er ...I hope that my vision seems realistic and that it may well happen in reality.  :)

    Thank you very  much :) Quebec International Airlines is not a subsidiary of Air Canada. It is an independent company that actually operates long-haul flights from Montreal airport in partnership with Air Canada on certain routes. Like Air France does with Delta Air Lines from Paris CDG airport. It is part of the group that includes Air Canada and Air Transat. Each one is independent, and flies for its own account. It's like the alliances (skyteam, oneworld, star alliance...) There is a code-share, and some routes. An alliance on the level of certain type of aircraft like the 777-300 er ...I hope that my vision seems realistic and that it may well happen in reality.   :)

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    Thank you very  much :) Quebec International Airlines is not a subsidiary of Air Canada. It is an independent company that actually operates long-haul flights from Montreal airport in partnership with Air Canada on certain routes. Like Air France does with Delta Air Lines from Paris CDG airport. It is part of the group that includes Air Canada and Air Transat. Each one is independent, and flies for its own account. It's like the alliances (skyteam, oneworld, star alliance...) There is a code-share, and some routes. An alliance on the level of certain type of aircraft like the 777-300 er ...I hope that my vision seems realistic and that it may well happen in reality.   :)

    air canada doesn't own air transat, the merger fell through. they actually compete directly with air canada rouge, which has the same targeted customer base as transat

    air canada doesn't own air transat, the merger fell through. they actually compete directly with air canada rouge, which has the same targeted customer base as transat

    Yes, Air Transat is not owned by Air Canada. I know that, and my description is not meant to imply that it is. I simply imagined an alliance created by Air Canada that would group together certain companies in the far north in order to make air transport more fluid by making certain destinations more accessible or other and to encourage mutual aid in this part of the world. Each one is independent. :)