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Canada Jetlines Selects NAVBLUE

Canada Jetlines Operations Ltd has signed a multi-year agreement with NAVBLUE, designed to incorporate dynamic aviation solutions into its flight operations.

These solutions will provide immediate efficiencies, reducing aircraft operating costs, and environmental impact to the minimum for the new Canadian carrier.

NAVBLUE’s implemented solutions would include a suite of integrated programs, allowing for all-encompassing customization of an array of aviation products, such as, N-Flight Planning, N-Tracking, Navigation+, Charts+, Flysmart+, EFB Management, Hosted Gateaway, FDA Services, AODB. This collaboration will continue to build upon Canada Jetlines’ ability to offer convenient air travel options for the best value possible.

Eddy Doyle, president & CEO of Canada Jetlines, explained that: “As an Airbus operator, it made sense for us to first consider the services offered by NAVBLUE to help Canada Jetlines develop and achieve the highest level of safety and operational efficiency.”

Doyle said that: “This contract allows Canada Jetlines to further develop its relationship with Airbus through its NAVBLUE subsidiary. We look forward to the continued growth of this alliance and are grateful for the support from NAVBLUE.”

Thomas Lagaillarde, NAVBLUE’s vice president product portfolio & programmes, said that: “At NAVBLUE we are excited to welcome Canada Jetlines as a new customer and partner. We believe our solutions will allow for seamless growth for the airline and we will be sure to assist them at every stage of development to ensure maximum benefit of services from our suite.”

With operations targeted to commence in the spring of 2022, the airline will provide convenient travel options, offering more destination choices than competitors and more revenue options for travel agents and tour operators.

Canada Jetlines looks forward to providing further incentive to reward the dedicated Travel Agents and Tour Operators that continue to keep the momentum of travel alive.

Go to www.jetlines.com for more.

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