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Canada Jetlines

Canada Jetlines
Founded 2013
Focus cities
Fleet size 2
Destinations 37
Company slogan Flying Your Way
Headquarters Vancouver, British Columbia
Key people Stan Gadek (Chairman)
David Solloway (President, CCO)
Jim Scott (CEO, Founder)
Employees 25
Website .ca.jetlineswww

Canada Jetlines, Ltd. or simply Jetlines, is a Canadian ultra low-cost airline headquartered in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Jetlines aims to meet the market demand in Canada for low-fare jet travel.[1]

Jetlines seeks to fly routes unserved or underserved by other airlines, such as Vancouver to Prince Rupert.[2] Jetlines plans to partially follow the model of European low-cost carriers Ryanair and easyJet by potentially operating from smaller airports like Abbotsford International Airport when possible.[3]

The airline expects to receive its air operator's certificate approximately 5-6 months after being fully funded and to operate Boeing 737 aircraft. It plans to purchase or lease up to 16 Boeing 737s, in addition to the five Boeing 737 MAX 7s (plus 16 options) ordered in December 2014.[4]

It plans to establish the hub in Vancouver, then expands its hubs eastward to Winnipeg and Hamilton.[5]


  • Destinations 1
  • Fleet 2
  • References 3
  • External Links 4


On February 8, 2015, Canada Jetlines released an anticipated route network based on 16 aircraft.[6]


On December 11, 2014, Canada Jetlines placed an order for five Boeing 737 MAX aircraft, with an additional 16 options.[7] Jetlines will start to receive the 737s in 2021.


  1. ^ Deveau, Scott. "Canada Jetlines: Ultra-low cost carrier being proposed for Western Canada". The Financial Post. The National Post. Retrieved 8 December 2014. 
  2. ^ eyes underserved Western Canada flight routes
  3. ^ Jetlines to launch new flights in Western Canada
  4. ^ "Jetlines on Course". Airliner World: 15. March 2015. 
  5. ^ Lu, Vanessa (2015-04-25). "No-frills airlines vying for a Hamilton slot". Toronto Star. p. B6. 
  6. ^ "Anticipated Canada Jetlines Route Network". 
  7. ^ Jetliners

External Links

  • Official Site
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