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Subject: [The NetLetter] NetLetter nr 723 Oct 2/02 - The NetLetter
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( For retirees of the new Air Canada family)
Number 723 Oct 2nd, 2002. We first published in October 1995.
Chief Pilot - Vesta Stevenson - Co-pilot - Terry Baker
Both Vesta and Terry are back on the flight deck, so the NetLetters will be
coming. We appreciate receiving those emails of encouragement we received
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. Need to know.
Dependent Child Or Non-Depedent, When To Tell Employee Travel And
Employee Travel and Recognition would like to advise employees and retirees
that a form confirming their child’s dependency is no longer required for
children aged 19-24. By definition, a child is no longer considered dependent
if he/she is no longer a full-time student, works more than part-time, is
married and/or ceases to reside with you. To remove your child’s name from your
Card Holder Information Profile (CHIP), you’re requested to send Employee
or call them at
1-866-473-4732. Failure to notify Employee Travel and Recognition that your
child is no longer a dependent will be considered an abuse of travel
privileges. There are no changes for children under the age of 18.
Effective Monday Sept 30th, the YVR Employee Travel and Recognition office
at the Ops Centre. no longer offer any walkup counter service.
We'll still be here for phone calls 604 270-5667 or 1 866-473-4732, fax
We will no doubt inconvenience quite a few retirees and widow(er)s who
won't know until they get here. We will still have tickets available
outside of the office when we are here if they come in for u-writes or
Family Affair validation forms. Travel Card photos will be taken at the People
Services counter down the hall.
We will be increasing our incoming phone lines and will concentrate on
answering calls and emails. We are looking into a new phone setup which could
allow for call distribution between the offices, and a queuing system so
that you could hold for the next available agent. This may be some time
Air Canada Makes Changes To Taipei Service For Winter Schedule. Effective Oct.
29, Air Canada will replace its daily A-340-300 service from Vancouver to
Taipei with a three times weekly codeshare service on EVA Air for the 2002-03
winter schedule. Other connections are also available with United Airlines via
Tokyo Narita or San Francisco.
Air Canada improves schedule between Canada and Israel. In addition to its
times weekly non-stop flights between Toronto and Tel Aviv, effective Nov. 1,
Air Canada will offer daily service on a codeshare basis with El Al between
Toronto and Tel Aviv, as well as the choice of convenient daily connecting
flights via Frankfurt to Tel Aviv on a codeshare basis with its Star Alliance™
partner Lufthansa. These new codeshare services are subject to government
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. Air Canada News.
Our Beloved DC-9 Heads To The Museum Of Ottawa For A Much Deserved Place In
History. Air Canada has arranged to donate one of Air Canada’s DC-9’s, fin
number 711, to Canada’s National Aviation Museum collection in Ottawa. The
event, planned for Sept. 26, will help showcase the DC-9’s rich history in
Canada’s aviation industry. To help mark this occasion, Employee Travel and
Recognition are inviting employees and retirees to participate in a quick trip
to Ottawa. Transportation will depart on Sept. 26 at 9 a.m. from the Montreal
Headquarters building. Your day will include a visit to the museum and a
barbecue, compliments of the museum. Employees who have vintage uniforms in
their closet are asked to wear them as part of the nostalgia.
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. From Tom Grant & Alan Rust.
Enter the ACFamily Travelscape Photo Contest
Win some great prizes!
Deadline October 31, 2002
Now offering FREE scanning service.
See Info and details and rules at
Look at the submissions so far at
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. May Day.
Subject: TRIP TO SEOUL KOREA
My wife and I are planning to go to Seoul Korea next spring and I would like to
know from some members of the acfamily who went there, how easy is it to get
around in the capital, are the streets and metro in korean language only or in
english also. We would appreciate any information that would hepl us planning
Thanks in advance
Lyla Mobberley need help -
I want to visit New Orleans November 30 to December 3, 2002 and stay in the
Can anyone help in suggesting a reasonable rate and good accommodation
hotel or bed & breakfast in the French quarter.
Any help or suggestions would be very much appreciated. Thank you. You
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Started March 17, 1969 in YYZ in Reservations Records. July 73 transferred
to YYZ airport and remained there in Sales until retirement 30 Dec 2001.
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. Terry's travel tips.
Dargal has these offerings -
*SPECIAL LAST MINUTE DEAL INCLUDING AIR*
Availability is limited so call Dargal today!
1-800-690-3223, extension 318
TURKOISE, Turks & Caicos ~ Village for Adults
Turkoise is a paradise for sports lovers with scuba diving, tennis and trapeze.
Enjoy the social atmosphere and the lively nightlife at this Village for
1 week including air fare only $899 CAD (approx. $562 USD) per person
Departure from Toronto ~ October 14
We've also got a great special with Club Med this month... Book your
all-inclusive Club Med vacation in October and WE'LL PAY THE MEMBERSHIP FEE!
Choose from numerous Club Med Villages in North America, the Caribbean, Europe
We’ve also got some fabulous deals for cruises down under to Australia, as well
as to the beautiful Caribbean (including cruises aboard the BRAND NEW Carnival
Conquest), cruises through fascinating Europe, and marvelous Mexico! Ole!
*** ALL-INCLUSIVE CLUB MED ***
ATHENIA, Greece ~ Village for Families
September 29 to October 6: From $52 CAD (approx. $35 USD) per person/night
October 6 to October 13: From $44 CAD (approx. $28 USD) per person/night
KAMARINA, Italy ~ Village for Families
September 29 to October 6: From $93 CAD (approx. $58 USD) per person/night
October 6 to October 13: From $88 CAD (approx. $55 USD) per person/night
REMEMBER... THE FOLLOWING CRUISE RATES INCLUDE PORT CHARGES!
*** ASIA & AUSTRALIA ***
October 29 ~ 12 Night ~ Princess' Regal Princess
ITINERARY: Osaka, Japan to Beijing (Xingang), China
Inside $899, Outside Stateroom $999
November 2 ~ 18 Nights ~ Holland America's NEW Prinsendam
ITINERARY: Singapore to Sydney, Australia Inside $1099, Oceanview $1285
November 20 ~ 16 Nights ~ Holland America's NEW Prinsendam
ITINERARY: Sydney, Australia to Auckland, New Zealand Inside $999, Oceanview
December 6 ~ 16 Nights ~ Holland America's NEW Prinsendam
ITINERARY: Auckland, New Zealand to Sydney, Australia Inside $999, Oceanview
December 22 (CHRISTMAS & NEW YEAR'S SAILING) ~ 16 Nights ~ Holland America's
ITINERARY: Sydney, Australia to Auckland, New Zealand
Inside $1299, Oceanview $1519
Club Med Special: Book in October and DARGAL will pay the Club Med adult
membership fee. Minimum 5 night stay required, on resorts $95 CAD and over, per
CLUB MED: Rates are land only and quoted in Canadian dollars per person (based
on double occupancy). USD rates are approximate based on exchange rate at time
of printing and may vary. Certain dates require Sunday arrival.
CRUISES: Rates are quoted in U.S. dollars per person (based on double
occupancy). PORT CHARGES ARE INCLUDED. Government taxes/fees are additional.
ALL RATES are subject to availability, eligibility, and are subject to change
without notice. ALL OFFERS apply to new bookings only, are capacity controlled
and may be withdrawn without notice.
For more information on these and other specials, contact us at: DARGAL
Interline 1-800-690-3223 (North America)
International: (Country Code)-800-2832-7425
Fax: (250) 861-3283
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