TORONTO — Canada Jetlines has signed a new worldwide distribution agreement with Sabre ahead of its Sept. 22 launch as Canada’s newest leisure airline.
As part of the new long-term agreement, Sabre will distribute the carrier’s content for travel agencies and corporations through the Sabre travel marketplace, GDS. Canada Jetlines will leverage Sabre’s ancillary services to provide travel agencies around the world with access to its complete range of travel products, including fares and seat availability.
“We are pleased to have achieved this agreement with Sabre, which broadens Canada Jetlines’ distribution capabilities to meet our international growth objectives,” said Duncan Bureau, Chief Commercial Officer, Canada Jetlines. “This partnership aligns with our projected distribution strategy of providing the right content in the right channel. As a leisure airline, Canada Jetlines recognizes the key role that travel agencies play in our success.”
Canada Jetlines is set to begin operations out of its travel hub at Toronto Pearson International Airport 9YYZ) with its first scheduled route into Calgary International Airport (YYC) on Sept. 22, 2022, with biweekly flights operating Thursdays and Sundays. Frequency will ramp up to 3x/week, Thursdays through Sundays, starting later in the fall.
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