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Canadian Regional Adds Frequency to Key Markets.



CALGARY, Alberta--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nov. 21, 1997--Canadian Airlines Co (TSE See Tokyo Stock Exchange.

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:CA.) Beginning December 1, 1997, Canadian Regional Airlines Canadian Regional Airlines was an airline based in Canada and now part of Air Canada Jazz. Former Code Data
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  • ICAO Code: CDR
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 will add frequency to a number of its key western markets, including Comox, Cranbrook and Portland, OR.

An additional flight each business day will be added between Comox and Vancouver, increasing the daily flights to five, from four, in each direction.

Cranbrook will see an increase from five to six frequencies per day to Vancouver, and an increase to four flights per day, from three, returning to Cranbrook.

The most significant news comes in the Vancouver-Portland market, where a fourth rotation has been added each day. "With a new early morning flight out of Portland into Vancouver, Canadian Regional significantly improves Portland's link to the Canadian Airlines Canadian Airlines International Ltd. was, from 1987 until 2001, Canada's second largest airline after Air Canada, carrying more than 11.9 million passengers to over 160 destinations in 17 countries on five continents at its height in 1996.  Asian and North American North American

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 networks out of our Vancouver hub," says Canadian Regional's manager of Marketing, Peter Grobauer. "It is very encouraging to see expansion in this market just a little over a year after we initiated the Portland service."

Canadian Regional Airlines is a member of the Canadian Airlines' family, headquartered in Calgary, Alberta. Canadian Regional operate a fleet of twin-engine turboprops and Fokker F28 jets to 43 communities from Vancouver Island to Quebec City, as well as Seattle, WA; Portland, OR; and Raleigh-Durham, NC. Together with its partners Canadian Airlines, American Airlines, British Airways and Qantas, Canadian Regional serves 500 destinations world-wide.

CONTACT: Canadian Airlines Corp., Calgary

Dennis Erickson, 403/974-7738

403/974-7760 (FAX)
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