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AIR CANADA UNVEILS EXPANDED AND IMPROVED FREEDOM FLYER PROGRAM FOR SENIOR TRAVELERS

 AIR CANADA UNVEILS EXPANDED AND IMPROVED
 FREEDOM FLYER PROGRAM FOR SENIOR TRAVELERS
 NEW YORK, N.Y., May 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Air Canada has introduced a new improved Freedom Flyer Program for senior travelers which includes the drop of the minimum age limit from 62 to 60 for eligibility to receive a 10 percent discount on all fare types systemwide, effective immediately.
 In addition to the standard discount for persons aged 60 years or over, the Freedom Flyer Program has been expanded to encompass a range of innovative options and services in Canada, including discounts for Avis car rentals, accommodation at Hilton International and Holiday Inn hotels, film purchase/processing at Japan Camera centers and specially priced (CA$99) seven-day unlimited travel passes on Greyhound's Canadian route network.
 The Freedom Flyer Program, effective May 16, 1992, also includes the popular Multi-Stop option package, which will now be available year- round. Designed for travelers making extensive visits to four or more cities in North America during one trip, package rates range from $508 for four stopovers to $677 for eight stopovers. For example, a passenger could travel between Miami-Toronto-Vancouver-Calgary-Montreal- Miami for $508. For Freedom Flyer travelers making several separate trips during a year (on Air Canada scheduled flights in North America excluding Florida) Single-Trip packages are priced at $550 for four one- way tickets or $889 for a eight one-way tickets. A Freedom Flyer customer with a four-trip package, could for example, make two-round trips between any two cities for $550. Reservations for both the Multi- Stop and Single-Trip packages must be made at least two weeks prior to departure.
 Freedom Flyer discounts are also available to traveling companions of any age as long as they share the same itinerary as a Freedom Flyer aged 60 years or over.
 Additional information and bookings are available through travel agents or by calling Air Canada (1-800-776-3000).
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 /CONTACT: Steve Pisni of Air Canada, 212-982-2224/ CO: Air Canada ST: New York IN: AIR SU: PDT


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