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  • Canada Jetlines’ (CJET) first flight from Toronto to Moncton will take place on August 15, 2022
  • Moncton is New Brunswick’s vibrant transportation hub and one of the country’s fastest growing cities
  • Customers can partake in special launch fares for a limited time from Toronto’s Pearson International Airport to both Moncton and Winnipeg
  • Canada Jetlines is a well-capitalized leisure-focused air carrier servicing Canada, the U.S. and the Caribbean
  • Canada Jetlines (CJET) is down 6.25 per cent on the day, trading at $0.30 per share

Canada Jetlines’ (CJET) first flight from Toronto to Moncton, New Brunswick, will take place on August 15, 2022.

Moncton is New Brunswick’s vibrant transportation hub and one of the country’s fastest growing cities, with a community steeped in history. The largest city in the Canadian province of New Brunswick, Moncton, is a popular tourist destination due to its central location and easy accessibility to locales, such as Prince Edward Island and the Bay of Fundy. It’s a key destination for Canadians visiting friends and relatives, along with domestic vacation and business travellers alike.

Eddy Doyle, CEO of Canada Jetlines, commented on the news.

“Canada Jetlines is excited to offer service on our inaugural day out of our hub in Toronto to the vibrant destination of Moncton, New Brunswick. We’ve chosen Moncton as our first destination in the Maritime provinces for its attractive offering for tourists and its convenient reach to a large segment of the population of New Brunswick. We’re thankful to the airport and the community for their support in making this flight a reality.”

Travelers can take advantage of special fares for a limited time from Toronto’s Pearson International Airport to both Moncton and Winnipeg.

Canada Jetlines is a well-capitalized leisure-focused air carrier servicing Canada, the U.S. and the Caribbean.

Canada Jetlines (CJET) is down 6.25 per cent on the day, trading at $0.30 per share.


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