|Vol. 16 No. 66||
Friday August 18, 2017
Air Canada Magic India
Air Canada’s Toronto-Mumbai non-stop
service started in the beginning of July after a gap of nearly 25-odd
Air Canada has been
trying to get a firm foothold in the Indian market since the 1980s.
Partnerships & Positive Words
The flights have received
a positive response.
Patel Words From Above
According to Nadir Patel, Canada's High Commissioner to India, the
new service to Mumbai was significant and signaled confidence in the
Times Six To The World
The new Mumbai stop is a part of six new destinations Air Canada has added to its international bellyhold network. These include services from Toronto to Mumbai and Berlin; Montreal to Algiers and Marseille; and Vancouver to Taipei and Nagoya.
Do You Believe in Magic?Cargo for Air Canada’s recently named Vice President Tim Strauss refers to the market as “magical.”
Strauss said there were hi-tech products, perishables, clothing goods, and more.
“Air Canada is excited and wants to enter and expand the market.
“A lot of the Indian population just doesn’t go one way—it’s a round trip.
“Both families and business people go back and forth.
“India is a critical market for cargo as well,” he said.
“We will be in India for a long time,” Mr. Strauss assures.
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