TORONTO — Start-up carrier Canada Jetlines has appointed announced Brad Warren as its Chief Operating Officer ahead of its summer 2022 launch.
Warren, who prior to joining Canada Jetlines a year ago served as Managing Director at Air Canada, has also been appointed by Canada Jetlines as its new Vice President of Maintenance, in addition to COO.
On Warren’s appointment, CEO Eddy Doyle says: “We’re pleased to make this appointment for our incredible colleague, Brad Warren, as we continue to expand our team and capabilities. Brad has demonstrated great leadership skills since joining Canada Jetlines over a year ago and his industry knowledge, positive energy and continuous pursuit of excellence makes him an excellent asset for the company.”
Warren, who boasts over 25 years of experience in the airline industry, also held roles at Air Georgian and Regional 1 airlines where he was Vice President of Maintenance. He says he is “honoured” to accept the COO and VP Maintenance position at Canada Jetlines, and looks forward to “continuing the growth of the airline and working with the incredible and continuously growing Canada Jetlines team.”
Warren’s appointment comes on the heels of the carrier announcing Toronto Pearson International Airport as its new hub. Canada Jetlines has a target start date of summer 2022, with a network that will come to include the U.S., Mexico, the Caribbean and Canada on A320s. It has a projected growth of 15 aircraft by the year 2025.