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ESTABLISHED IN 2000. LOW-COST OPERATOR. DOMESTIC, REGIONAL, & INTERNATIONAL, SCHEDULED & CHARTER, PASSENGER & CARGO, JET AIRPLANE SERVICES.
677 BARNES ROAD
PO BOX 980
HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA B2T 1R6, CANADA
CANADA WAS ESTABLISHED IN 1867, IT COVERS AN AREA OF 9,976,139 SQ KM, ITS POPULATION IS 30 MILLION, ITS CAPITAL CITY IS OTTAWA, AND ITS OFFICIAL LANGUAGES ARE ENGLISH & FRENCH.
MAY 2000: CANJET AIRLINES (CNJ) WAS LAUNCHED AS A DIVISION OF THE IMP GROUP.
HQ AT HALIFAX INTERNATONAL AIRPORT, ENFIELD, NOVA SCOTIA.
HUB: TORONTO PEARSON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.
MAJOR SHAREHOLDER IS "IMP GROUP INTERNATIONAL."
MARK WINDERS, CEO, EX-CAYMAN AIRWAYS (CAY).
1 + 5 ORDERS 737-201, US AIRWAYS (USA) LEASED.
AUGUST 2000: TRANSPORT CANADA, OK'S START-UP, WITH 2 737-200'S, EX-US AIRWAYS (USA), NEXT MONTH.
SEPTEMBER 2000: HALIFAX/MONTREAL - ST JOHNS, MONTREAL - TORONTO, TORONTO - WINNIPEG.
ON WHITE UPPER FUSELAGE IS "canjet.com" AND 1-800-809-7777." TAIL LOGO IS BLUE TAIL, WITH "CANJET" IN WHITE, WITH A RED MAPLE LEAF, INSIDE THE LETTER "C."
737-201 (21666, C-FHCJ), EX-US AIRWAYS (USA), DELIVERY.
NOVEMBER 2000: SPAR AEROSPACE CONTRACT, FOR OVERHAUL/INTERIOR REFURB.
IN DECEMBER 2000, HALIFAX - TORONTO.
+3 ORDERS (FEBRUARY 2001) 737-201'S (21665; 21815; 22273), 120 PAX, EX-US AIRWAYS (USA).
JANUARY 2001: IN MARCH 2001, HALIFAX - MONTREAL & MONTREAL - TORONTO, FOR UP TO 42 DAILY FLIGHTS, IN CENTRAL, & EASTERN CANADA. HAS "ACHIEVED EXTRAORDINARY GROWTH."
WON A "CEASE AND DESIST" COURT ORDER, AGAINST PREDATORY PRACTICES BY AIR CANADA (ACN).
MARCH 2001: IN APRIL 2001 TO ST JOHN'S, NEW BRUNSWICK; THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO; & QUEBEC CITY, PROVENCE QUEBEC (737-200'S).
DROPS NEGOTIATIONS WITH US AIR (USA) TO LEASE ANY MORE 737'S.
APRIL 2001: AFTER CANADA 3000 (ATW) RECENTLY ACQUIRED ROYAL AIRLINES (ROY), IT IS NOW MERGING WITH CANJET (CNJ).
June 2002: With the closure of Canada 3000 (ATW) in late 2001, CanJet (CNJ) was relaunched.
(CNJ) resumes operations from Toronto, Pearson International Airport, with low fare service, to Halifax and St John's.
Using 4 737-200's (21975, C-FECJ; 22352, C-FGCJ; 22353, C-FVCJ; 22398, C-FMCJ), US Airways (USA) leased, with service to Ottawa, Montreal, Halifax, Moncton, and St John's. CanJet (CNJ) had been a division of the IMP Group.
November 2002: In December 2002, to Deer Lake (3/week). In February 2003, to St Petersburg (Saturdays).
December 2002: Nav Canada is investing C$26 million to enhance air traffic safety by installing new Airport Surface Detection Equipment (ASDE) - a radar-based system that allows air traffic controllers to monitor and direct airplanes and vehicle movements on airport surfaces - over next 3 years at 8 airports across Canada: St John's, Halifax, Quebec City, Montreal Dorval, Ottawa, Winnipeg, Calgary, and Vancouver. (ASDE) is already in operations at Toronto's Pearson Airport.
5th 737-200 (JT8D-9A) delivery.
March 2003: In June 2003, Toronto - Fredericton (its 9th city). Moncton - Montreal - (Toronto) (4/week). Toronto - St John's (weekends).
April 2003: 280 employees (including 33 Flight Crew (FC), 51 Cabin Attendants (CA), & 25 Maintenance Technicians (MT)).
June 2003: In November 2003, Halifax - St Petersburg (weekly nonstop).
August 2003: In September 2003, Halifax - Montreal/Ottawa (2/day). In November 2003, Toronto & Ottawa to Sarasota/Bradenton (weekly nonstop), & Montreal to West Palm Beach (weekly).
December 2003: In February 2004, Moncton - Toronto - Sarasota (weekly).
February 2004: In April 2004, Montreal - Hamilton (weekdays), Ottawa - Hamilton (3 weekdays). In May 2004, St John's - Deer Lake (weekdays). In June 2004, Toronto Pearson - Chicago Midway (2/day nonstop).
March 2004: Toronto - Chicago (Midway) (12/week). Intends to add service to New York LaGuardia from Montreal and Toronto, subject to slot approvals. In June 2004, Hamilton and Ontario to Orlando (scheduled, weekly).
Forms CanJet Vacations to offer land packages as a complement to its flights.
May 2004: In June 2004, Montreal, Toronto - New York LaGuardia (daily).
June 2004: In October 2004, Halifax - Orlando (weekly nonstop).
July 2004: Fall (starting October 2004) and winter services to Orlando, St Petersburg - Clearwater, Sarasota Bradenton, and West Palm Beach.
737-201 (22754, C-FBKV), ex-US Airways (USA), Jetran leased.
September 2004: In November 2004, Hamilton - St Petersburg (737, 2/week nonstop). In February 2005, Winnipeg - Orlando & Hamilton - Orlando (both, 737, weekly nonstop).
4 orders (June 2005) 737-500's, leased.
October 2004: Resumes Halifax - St Petersburg, Clearwater; Montreal - West Palm Beach; Ottawa, Toronto - Sarasota, Bradenton (Sats); Halifax - Orlando.
November 2004: Ottawa - Hamilton - Orlando (weekly).
The 4 new 737-500's will replace 4 737-200's.
December 2004: 3 737-522's (26680, C-FCGF; 26683, C-FCGG; 26684, C-FCFR), ex-United Airlines (UAL), IMP Group leased.
April 2005: 448 employees (including 72 Flight Crew (FC), 105 Cabin Attendants (CA), & 61 Maintenance Technicians (MT)).
737-522 (C-FDCZ) delivery.
June 2005: 737-209 (22398, C-FMCJ) returned to Jetran. 2 737-522's (26700, C-FDCH; 26739, C-FDCU), ex-United Airlines (UAL), Q Aviation leased.
September 2005: Trax USA Corporation was selected by Canadian LCC CanJet (CNJ) to implement the TRAX Maintenance software for its operation.
December 2005: Canada's number three carrier CanJet (CNJ) is pulling back from western Canada. Citing poor loads, it has cancelled its daily Toronto - Vancouver flight and halved its Calgary schedules. This comes only four months after the Halifax-based carrier, whose operations are concentrated in eastern Canada, launched its westward push.
February 2006: CanJet (CNJ) inaugurated seasonal winter service from Moncton to Sarasota and operate a weekly 737 flight on Thursdays through May 11th. (CNJ) will inaugurate seasonal summer nonstop service from Toronto to Deer Lake on June 26th and operate a daily flight using a 737. (CNJ) will increase the frequency on its St John's to Halifax route from 2 to 3 flights a day from June 5th and operated with 737s.
(CNJ) took delivery of its 10th 737.
June 2006: The pilots (FC) of CanJet (CNJ), headquartered in Halifax, Nova Scotia, have voted to certify the Air Lines Pilot Association (ALPA) as their exclusive bargaining agent. (CNJ) currently serves 14 cities in eastern Canada and the USA with 10 737s. After conducting an informational campaign, more than >90% t of (CNJ) pilots (FC) indicated their desire for (ALPA) representation.
July 2006: CanJet Airlines (CNJ) links network with Harmony (HMY) at Toronto to offer east-west connections across Canada. Thus, Vancouver-based (HMY) does not fly east of Toronto and Halifax-based (CNJ) has dropped all routes west of Toronto.
September 2006: CanJet Airlines (CNJ) announced that it will discontinue scheduled services on September 10, due to "rising business risks" and turn its focus to increasing its charter business. The subsidiary of the IMP Group currently operates nine 737-500s and one 737-300 to 13 destinations in Canada, New York and Florida and runs charter services to the Caribbean.
Accordingly, Air Canada (ACN) is adding capacity to Eastern Canada following the demise of (CNJ)'s scheduled service. From October, (ACN) and Jazz will add weekday flights from Halifax to Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa and Deer Lake. "For November and beyond, (ACN) will analyze market conditions and look for opportunities to increase (ACN) and Jazz service to meet customer demand," the company said.
October 2006: CanJet (CNJ), which recently suspended all scheduled services (including 15 destinations in Canada and Florida, USA), announced it signed a deal with 2 tour operators for the upcoming 2006 - 2007 winter season. (CNJ) will operate charter flights from Halifax, Montreal, Quebec City and Toronto to sun destinations in Cuba, Mexico, the Dominican Republic, the Bahamas and Jamaica, beginning from November using 737-500s.
November 2006: 737-522's (26188, C-FDCD; 26288, C-FDCD; 26683, C-FCGG; 26691, C-FCGS), returned to Q Aviation as (N680MV; N688MV; N683MV; & N691MV), respectively.
December 2006: 737-522 (26680, C-FCGF), returned to Q Aviation as (N680MV).
October 2007: 737-522 (26739), returned to (GEF).
December 2007: 737-529 (26538), returned to CIT Group (TCI). 2 737-8K5s (27985, D-AHFL; 27991, D-AHFK), TUIFly (HAP) leased.
March 2008: 737-8AS (29921, C-FTCX), RyanAir (RYR) leased, was (EI-CSF).
April 2008: 737-522 (26684, C-FCFR), returned to Q Aviation.
May 2008: 737-522 (26707, C-FDCZ), returned to Q Aviation. 737-8AS (29923, C-FTCZ), CIT Group (TCI) leased leased, ex-(EI-CSZ).
June 2008: 737-522 (26700), returned to Aviation Asset Management.
February 2009: WestJet (WJI) and Canadian tourism company Transat AT, which operates Air Transat (AIJ), announced the May 10 termination of a transport agreement originally scheduled to expire next year. The deal allowed Transat Tours Canada to charter (WJI) airplanes. The parties said they "may enter into an ad-hoc charter agreement" in the future. Air Transat will replace (WJI) with CanJet Airlines (CNJ) with which it signed a five-year deal to April 30, 2014, with two one-year options. (CNJ) operates 737-800s.
737-81Q (29051, C-FXGG), (AWAS) (AWW) leased.
March 2009: 737-35B (23970, C-FHGE), returned to CIT Group (TCI).
April 2009: Rockwell Collins reached agreements to install its dPAVES in-flight entertainment system with CanJet Airlines (CNJ) (two 737-800s), Air Europa (ARE) (12 737s plus 13 options) and Air Arabia (ABZ) (49 A320s).
INCDT: A Jamaica Defense Force counter terrorism unit stormed a CanJet (CNJ) 737 that had been hijacked on the ground for more than >8 hours at Montego Bay by a lone gunman in the early morning of April 20th, arresting the perpetrator and freeing six hostages. The ordeal began at around 10 pm April 19th night when "a young man armed with a gun . . . forced his way through security checkpoints" and boarded the 737, which was on a stopover en route to Santa Clara, Cuba, from Halifax, according to (CNJ). The perpetrator demanded to be taken to Cuba. He immediately released all 159 passengers and two cabin crew members (CA) after boarding the plane, but held six crew members (FC) - (CA) hostage through the night, the airline said.
Jamaican officials told reporters that negotiations proved futile, necessitating the raid. They added that the gunman, identified as a 20-year-old Montego Bay man, quickly was disarmed and arrested. No injuries were reported. (CNJ) said the flight was a charter operated for Transat Tours Canada. A Jamaican government spokesperson said the perpetrator acted alone and that the hijacking was "not anything that would be of concern in terms of an international incident." (CNJ) said the passengers were taken to a hotel in Montego Bay and were to be flown to Santa Clara on another 737.
CIT Aerospace (TCI) delivered two (CFM56-7B24)-powered 737-8ASs (29934, C-FYQO) to (CNJ).
August 2009: Delta TechOps won a $7 million, four-year contract from Canadian charter airline, CanJet (CNJ) to provide component and inventory logistics support for its 737-800 fleet, including avionics, pneumatics, and hydraulics.
November 2010: 737-8Q8 (30724, C-GDGT), XL Airways Germany (SGU) wet-leased.
December 2010: CanJet Airlines (CNJ) provides full-service contract and ad hoc charter jet airplane flights throughout North America.
Employees: 572 (including 74 Flight Crew (FC); 126 Cabin Attendants (CA); & 61 Maintenance Technicians (MT)).
(IATA) Code: C6. (ICAO) Code: CJA (Callsign - CANJET).
Parent organization/shareholders: IMP Group International (100%).
Main Base: Halifax International airport (YHZ).
April 2011: Delta TechOps (DAL) finalized an exclusive five-year engine maintenance contract with CanJet Airlines (CNJ) covering (CFM56-7B)s. The agreement also expands Delta TechOps (DAL)'s existing component and inventory logistics support covering (CNJ)'s fleet of 737-800 airplanes, a contract it won in 2009.
November 2011: 737-8FH (35093, C-GDGQ), ex-(D-AXLD), and 2 737-8Q8s (28218, C-GDGY; 30724, G-GDGT), XL Airways Germany (SGU) leased. 1 737-8K5 (39094, C-GRWZ), TUIfly (HAP) leased and 2 737-8K5s (35142, OO-JPG; 35148, OO-JAQ), Jetairfly (TUB) wet-leased.
May 2012: Can Jet Air (CNJ) launched weekly, Los Angeles - Loreto 737-400 service on April 21.
January 2013: XL Airways Germany (SGU), which temporarily suspended operations December 14, filed for bankruptcy December 27. Plans to relaunch operations in the summer season are unlikely.
(SGU) had operated a fleet of five 737-800s on charter and wet-lease services on behalf of tour operators and other airlines. Three airplanes have been wet-leased to North America’s charter CanJet Airlines (CNJ) for the winter season until May 2013; two planes will be stored at Cologne Bonn Airport.
Hamburg Airways (HAU) will take over the remaining charter contracts for (SGU).
March 2013: Canjet Airlines ((IATA) Code: C6, based at Halifax Robert L Stanfield International airport (YHZ)) (CNJ) has applied for licenses to operate international scheduled services from Canada to the European Union (EU) and Costa Rica as well as Antigua V C Bird International (ANU) and Bridgetown Grantley Adams International (BGI) airports according to a report by Canada's "National Post." (CNJ) currently operates eight 737-800s on charter services on behalf of tour operators including Air Transat (AIJ) parent, Transat. A five year agreement with (AIJ) will expire in April 2014 with Air Transat (AIJ) widely expected to launch its own narrow body operations instead. Canjet (CNJ) had suspended scheduled services in September 2006 to concentrate on charter services instead.
November 2013: 737-8GJ (34902, F-GZHB), TransAvia France (TVF) leased.
December 2013: 737-8GJ (CFM56-7B) (34901, F-GZHA), TransAvia France (TVF) leased, 737-8K2 (30391, PH-HZL), ex-(VQ-BPF), TransAvia (TAV) leased, 2 737-8K5s (34688, D-ATUG; 38820, D-ATUL), TUIfly (HAP)/(HLX) leased.
April 2014: (LOT) Polish Airlines ((IATA) Code: LO, based at Warsaw Chopin) is in talks with Canjet Airlines ((IATA) Code: C6, based at Halifax) (CNJ) over the possible wet-lease of two 737-800s for the duration of the upcoming summer season. Talks with local tour operator, Itaka, have also taken place.
ACCORDING TO AIRLINER WORLD IN http://www.airlinerworld.com
IN 2015, CANJET AIRLINES WAS LISTED AS ONE OF THE AIRLINE FAILURES
ACCORDING TO THE GLOBAL AIRLINE GUIDE.
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0 737-201 (JT8D-9AH HK) (547-21666, /78, C-FHCJ; 548-21667, /78 C-FJCJ; 728-22352, /81 C-FGCJ; 731-22353, /81 C-FVCJ; 870-22754, C-FBKV, 2004-07), EX-(USA), JETRAN LSD, 21666 RTND, LST (RYN) 2005-02. 22353 WFU IN STORAGE 2005-03. 22705; RTND 2005-09. RTND. 120Y.
0 737-201 (JT8D) (21665; 21815; 22273), NTU. 120Y.
0 737-209 (JT8D-9A, HK) (612-21975, /79, C-FECJ), (USA) LSD 2000-05, RTND. 120Y.
0 737-209 (JT8D-9A HK) (728-22352, /81 C-FECJ; 731-22353, /81 C-FVCJ; 733-22398, /81, C-FMCJ), (USA) LSD 2000-05. 22398 RTND JETRAN 2005-06. RTND. 120Y.
0 737-35B (CFM56-3B2) (1467-23970, /87 C-FHGE), EX-(DAL), (TCI) LSD 2006-01. RTND 2009-03, & LST (MHK) & CONV TO F. 120Y.
0 737-522 (CFM56-3C1) (2366-26680, /92 C-FCGF; 2368-26683, /92 C-FCGG; 2388-26684, /92 C-FCFR), EX-(UAL), IMP GRP LSD 2004-12. 26684; RTND 2008-04. 118Y.
0 737-522 (CFM56-3C1) (2408-26691, /92 C-FCGS; 2490-26700, /93 C-FDCH; 2512-26707, C-FDCZ; 2494-26739, /93 C-FDCU), EX-(UAL), Q AVIATION LSD 2005-06. 26691 RTND 2006-11 AS (N691MV). 26739; RTND 2007-10. 26707; RTND 2008-05. 26700; RTND AVIATION ASSET MGMNT 2008-08 & LST (TJK) 2009-10. 118Y.
0 737-529 (CFM56-3C1) (2298-26538, /92 C-GAHB; 2404-26688, /92 C-FDCD; 2512-26707, /93 C-FDCZ), (TCI) LSD 2004-03. 26538; RTND 2007-12. 118Y.
1 737-8AS (CFM56-7B24) (560-29921, /00 C-FTCX), (TCI) LSD 2008-03, EX-(EI-CSF), EX-(RYR). WITH WINGLETS. 189Y.
2 737-8AS (CFM56-7B24) (576-29923, /00 C-FTCZ, 2008-05; 1050-29934, /01 C-FYQO, 2009-04), (TCI) LSD 2008-05, EX-(RYR) EX-(EI-CSZ). WITH WINGLETS. 189Y.
1 737-8AS (CFM56-7B24) (1038-29933, /01 C-FYQN), EX-(EI-CST) 2009-03. WITH WINGLETS. 189Y.
1 737-8FH (CFM56-7B26) (2176-35093, /07 C-GDGQ), EX-(D-AXLD), (SGU) LSD 2011-11. WITH WINGLETS. 189Y.
2 737-8GJ (CFM56-7B24) (2267-34901, /07 F-GZHA, 2309-34902, /07 F-GZHB), JETAIRFLY (TUB) LSD 2010-12. WITH WINGLETS. 189Y.
1 737-8K2 (CFM56-7B27) (814-30391, /01 PH-HZL), EX-(VQ-BPF) 2013-01. WITH WINGLETS. 189Y.
1 737-8K5 (CFM56-7B27) (7-27981, /97 C-GCQS), (OXA) LSD 2009-12, EX-(D-AHFA). ROBINSON CLUB PAMFILYA. WITH WINGLETS. 189Y.
0 737-8K5 (CFM56-7B26) (470-27985, /OO D-AHFL; 248-27991, /99 D-AHFK), (HAP) LSD 2007-12. RTND. WITH WINGLETS. 189Y.
1 737-8K5 (CFM56-7B27) (2660-35142, /08 OO-JBG; 2790-35148, /09 OO-JAQ), JETAIRFLY (TUB) WET-LSD 2011-11. WITH WINGLETS. 189Y.
1 737-8K5 (CFM56-7B26) (39094, C-GRWZ), (HAP) LSD 2011-11. WITH WINGLETS. 189Y.
2 737-8Q8 (CFM56-7B26) (28218, C-GDGY; 2286-30724, /07 C-GDGT), (SGU) WET-LSD 2011-11. WITH WINGLETS. 189Y.
1 737-81Q (CFM56-7B26) (479-29051, /00 C-FXGG), (AWW) LSD 2009-02. EX-(N290AN). WITH WINGLETS. 189Y.
KENNETH ROWE, CHAIRMAN.
KENT WOODSIDE, CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER (CEO) (firstname.lastname@example.org).
JULIE GOSSEN, EXECUTIVE VP & CHIEF OPERATIONS OFFICER (COO).
CHRIS KELLY, DIRECTOR FINANCE & STRATEGIC PLANNING.
CAPTAIN MIKE ZORYCHTA, DIRECTOR FLIGHT OPERATIONS & CHIEF PILOT (email@example.com).
JIM PENWELL, DIRECTOR MAINTENANCE (firstname.lastname@example.org).
DALE ROCKWELL, DIRECTOR INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (IT).
KELLIE FARRER NEWHOOK, DIRECTOR CABIN SERVICES.
KENT WOODSIDE, DIRECTOR COMMERCIAL OPERATIONS.
ROB BURNS, DIRECTOR HUMAN RESOURCES (HR).
DOUG NEWSON, DIRECTOR MARKETING & SALES DELIVERY.
WAYNE MORRISON, DIRECTOR SALES & COMMUNITY RELATIONS.
RICHARD RYDER, MANAGER AIRPLANE MAINTENANCE
ROB CARY, MANAGER MAINTENANCE PLANNING.
MORRIS KENDELL, TECHNICAL SERVICES MANAGER
KEITH PARSONS, QUALITY ASSURANCE (QA) MANAGER.