CanJet to add next-generation 737s to fleet



    HALIFAX, Sept. 27 /CNW/ - CanJet Airlines announced today that it will
add two next-generation Boeing 737 aircraft to its fleet for the upcoming
winter charter season. The 737-800 series aircraft will have a seating
capacity of 189 passengers and will be equipped with a drop-down video system
providing passengers with comfort and convenience during their vacation
travel.
    The next-generation 737s are fitted with Blended Winglet technology that
increases fuel efficiency and range while reducing carbon emissions and
takeoff noise. These aircraft will operate flights on behalf of Transat Tours
Canada, that specializes in the organization, marketing and distribution of
holiday travel to and from Canada through tour operators Transat Holidays and
Nolitours, from Quebec City and Montreal for the upcoming winter charter
season.
    CanJet currently operates a fleet of five 737-500 and one 737-300
aircraft which will be replaced by additional next-generation aircraft.

    CanJet Airlines is a division of IMP Group Limited, Halifax, Nova Scotia,
one of Canada's Top 50 Best Managed Companies and one of Canada's largest
aviation and aerospace companies. The airline division provides charter
services with a fleet of Boeing 737 aircraft.




For further information:

For further information: Chris Kelly, Director, Commercial Services and
Strategic Planning, (902) 873-7800

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