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AIR CANADA OFFERS 'BIRTHDAYS' FARE TO TORONTO

 BOSTON, April 16 /PRNewswire/ -- To commemorate Toronto's 200th birthday and Air Canada's 54th year of operations in Canada's largest city, the airline is offering a celebration fare of $159 (plus taxes) round trip between Boston and Toronto effective for travel beginning between May 5 - June 27, 1993 (all travel must be completed by June 30, 1993).
 Reflecting a discount of 50 percent off the regular round trip economy fare between the two cities, reservations for the special fare must be made at least 14 days prior to departure with a minimum stay of one Saturday night.
 Toronto is bursting with exciting activities this spring including the World Flower Show (June 3-6) -- the 1993 International Choral Festival (May 29 - June 26) -- Toronto's famed International Caravan (June 18-26, during which time countries worldwide are on display) and much more.
 Toronto's status as the world's third largest center for theatrical productions will be further enhanced with the opening of the spectacular Princess of Wales theater on May 25 with the Canadian premiere of Miss Saigon. The many packaged tours of Toronto include tickets to a performance of Miss Saigon in addition to other productions such as the record long running Canadian production of Phantom of the Opera.
 Packaged tours of Toronto range in price from $98 per person (plus air fare) which includes two nights accommodation and a sightseeing tour and theater packages are priced from $119 per person. Costs depend on length of stay, choice of accommodation and theater.
 Air Canada operates up to four flights daily from Boston to Toronto and offers a variety of fares year round ranging from $198 per person.
 Additional information and bookings are available through travel agents or by calling Air Canada (800-776-3000).
 -0- 4/16/93
 /CONTACT: Steve Pisni of Stephen A. Pisni Public Relations, 212-982-2224, for Air Canada/


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