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  2. Air Canada

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    Canada It’s playtime in Canada Slide into a Canadian adventure with non-stop flights, award-winning service, and our best available fares to Canada. See fares > ALBERTA, CANADA Feel the warmer side of winter in Alberta Experience Canada’s wild side with our non-stop flights from cities across the U.S., like San Francisco, Newark and Las Vegas.

  3. Air Canada - About Air Canada

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    Corporate Profile Air Canada is Canada's largest airline, the country’s flag carrier and a founding member of Star Alliance, and provides direct service to six continents. It is the only international network carrier in North America to receive a Four-Star ranking from Skytrax.

  4. List of airlines of Canada - Wikipedia

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    This article is about active Canadian airlines. For inactive ones, see List of defunct airlines of Canada. This is a list of airlines of Canadawhich have an Air Operator Certificateissued by Transport Canada, the civil aviation authorityof Canada. Please see lists of airlines by provinces or territories for sorted lists.

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  7. What Happened To Canada's Pacific Western Airlines?

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    However, this was not because it went out of business. Its parent corporation, PWA Corp, purchased Canadian Pacific Air Lines (CP Air), Wardair, Eastern Provincial Airways, and Nordair. Together they formed Canadian Airlines International. Canadian Airlines became Canada's second-largest airline after Air Canada. At the height of its operations ...

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