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[Air Canada] Infinite Canada Flight Pass

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[Air Canada] Infinite Canada Flight Pass

For people interested in travelling within Canada, Air Canada's selling a flat rate Flight pass. Prices start at $2100 for most Canadian gateways (one month use).

Since Toronto's the center of the world, I'm happy to inform you that your price is $2260. Grinning Face With Smiling Eyes

Sale applies to Canadian residents only.
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The number of services that should have been available pre-pandemic and are only now being unveiled to consumers is baffling and actually making me develop a disdain for them. So many airlines have screwed people over for years - Air Canada's right at the top of my list - and now expect us to save them.
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wow, $2k per month, regardless, great deal for those who travels a lot.
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when a restaurant switches to AYCE model, it's usually on its last legs
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The real question is do you get Aeroplan + Altitude miles...

EDIT: turns out you do earn Altitude Qualifying Miles
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Paying 2k so they get even more chances to screw up your sht? No thanks
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actng wrote: when a restaurant switches to AYCE model, it's usually on its last legs
It is very unlikely that the FEDS would allow them to fail. They will be bailed out repeatedly if needed.
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actng wrote: when a restaurant switches to AYCE model, it's usually on its last legs
It's happened with American Airlines: AAirpass (Wikipedia)

"The program (now re-branded as AirPass) initially enabled passholders unlimited first class travel on any of the airline's flights worldwide. Lifetime membership was priced at $250,000, with the option to purchase a companion pass for an additional $150,000. [...] The program was launched at a time when the airline was struggling financially and in need of a quick infusion of cash."

Edited: for emphasis and clarity
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Xeerochild wrote: The real question is do you get Aeroplan + Altitude miles...

EDIT: turns out you do earn Altitude Qualifying Miles
Its capped at the purchase. So at 100% of miles flown YYZ-YVR-YYZ is 4000 miles so only 3 RT (flights are very cheap nowadays) to get 10K AQM. I was looking into this to see if I could score SE100K cheaply but that would be too good to be true it seems Smiling Face With Open Mouth And Smiling Eyes

5,000 AQMs and Aeroplan miles per month on the Standard Flight Pass
10,000 AQMs and Aeroplan miles per month on the Flex Flight Pass
15,000 AQMs and Aeroplan miles per month on the Latitude Flight Pass

Source: https://princeoftravel.com/blog/one-wee ... ight-pass/
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smartie wrote: Government is behind them, that's why they can keep on screwing people and don't care
We're one of the last if not last country to not have bailed out the national airline yet

Maybe if the feds gave AC Billions like Lufthansa, Cathay Pacific and etc they will be better though even after getting Billions, Lufthansa is still not refunding
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StatsGuy wrote: We're one of the last if not last country to not bailed out the national airline yet

Maybe if the feds have AC Billions like Lufthansa, Cathay Pacific and etc they will be better though even after getting Billions, Lufthansa is still not refunding
Yep

It you let them continue to rip off people daily, you don't need bail out. Same for banks
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This doesn't even seem like a good deal to me.

$2,260 per month for unlimited travel. Great. But how many flights can you take in that time while still actually enjoying where you land? Seems kinda pointless if you actually want to see Canada.
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actng wrote: when a restaurant switches to AYCE model, it's usually on its last legs
Except AC will never go down as they have government support.
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