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Airlines

Name: jetsgo
7JetSet7 Code: ROY
Status: Currently Not Operational
Region: NORTH AMERICA
City: TORONTO
Country: CANADA
Employees 1300
Web: www.jetsgo.net
Email: info@jetsgo.net
Telephone: +1 (514) 344- 7100
Fax: +1 (514) 733-1376
Sita: YYZZFCQN
Background
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Click below for data links:
ROY-1
ROY-1ST6MTHS-04
ROY-2
ROY-3
ROY-APR05
ROY-DEC04
ROY-JTG-MAR05-A
ROY-JUN04
ROY-JUN05-A
ROY-NEWSJUL04
ROY-NEWSJUN04
ROY-NEWSMAR04
ROY-OCT04

STARTED OPERATIONS IN 1992 AS ROYAL AIRLINES (ROY). DOMESTIC & INTERNATIONAL, SCHEDULED & CHARTER, PASSENGER & CARGO, JET AIRPLANE SERVICES. SEE (JTG).

ADDRESS:
7800 CHEMIN COTE DE LEISSE
SAINT-LAURENT, QUEBEC H4T 1G1, 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.

FEBRUARY 1994: ROUTES INCLUDE: OTTAWA, QUEBEC CITY, TORONTO, FLORIDA, THE CARIBBEAN, MEXICO & SOUTH AMERICA.

CANADA'S 3RD LARGEST CHARTER CARRIER.

1 727-200 ADVANCED (JT8D-17), EX-STERLING (STR).

JULY 1995: 1ST QTR FISCAL YEAR (FY) 1995 = +$2.3M (NET PROFIT) (-9%).

AUGUST 1995: 1 L-1011-385-1-15, (GUI) LEASED.

DECEMBER 1995: 2 A320-200'S (CFM56-5A3), GATX WET-LEASED TIL 5/96.

SEPTEMBER 1996: 1 L-1011-50 (RB211-22B) (1107), EX-(TWA).

FEBRUARY 1997: TO OPERATE A310-300 CHARTERS IN SUMMER FROM 3 CANADIAN CITIES: TORONTO, VANCOUVER, AND WINNIPEG, TO 4 DESTINATIONS IN UK: LONDON GATWICK, BIRMINGHAM, MANCHESTER, AND GLASGOW.

MARCH 1997: 450 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 315 FLIGHT CREW (FC) & 59 MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS (MT).

MAY 1997: STARTS OPERATIONS FROM VANCOUVER & TORONTO, TO UK (A310).

1 A310-304 (CF6-80C2A2) (432), EX-(EAD) (3RD). A310-304 (435) DELIVERY.

JUNE 1997: 3 A310'S, 5 YEAR MAINTENANCE CONTRACT, TO AIR FRANCE (AFA) INDUSTRIES. 1 A310-300 (CF6-80C2A2), POLARIS LEASED.

AUG 1997: FISCAL YEAR (FY) 1996 = +$4M (-$2.8M), INCLUDING SALE OF 2 727'S FOR $4.6M.

SEPTEMBER 1997: PURCHASES CANAIR CARGO (CAZ), & ACQUIRES 6 737-200'S. 1 ORDER (5/98) A310-304 (448), EX-HAPAG LLOYD (HAP). SOLD 5 727-200'S TO (CLA) CANADA, FOR $22.5M.

NOVEMBER 1997: TO START NEW, DISCOUNT CARRIER "ROYAL EXPRESS," TO FLORIDA, & EVENTUALLY TORONTO, QUEBECK CITY, CALGARY, & VANCOUVER. STARTUP IS BASED ON USING DORVAL AIRPORT. WILL OPERATE TO FORT LAUDERDALE (A310), LATER - QUEBEC CITY/- TORONTO IN 3/98 AND - VANCOUVER/- CALGARY IN 6/98.

DECEMBER 1997: WINTER CHARTERS FROM WINNIPEG TO CANCUN, COZUMEL, MAZATLAN, MERIDA, MONTEGO BAY, PUERTO VALLARTA, AND VARADERO. SCHEDULED WINTER SEASON, FROM WINNIPEG TO TORONTO & VANCOUVER.

2 L-1011-100'S (1058; 1069), LEASED TO CHILEINTER.

JANUARY 1998: 2/2 AVAERO HUSHKITS, STAGE III, FOR 737-200'S. 3 737-200C'S, EX-(GEH). 727-2J4 (22574) RETURNED TO LESSOR.

FEBRUARY 1998: 1 ORDER (5/98) A310-304 (481), EX-MIDDLE EAST AIRLINES (MEA). 1 757-200 (RB211-535E4) (25592), (KAW) LEASED.

MARCH 1998: PLANS TO HAVE 5 757'S BY END OF 1998. IN 6/98, SUMMER CHARTERS, EDMONTON - LONDON STANSTED.

APRIL 1998: 1,450 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 370 FLIGHT CREW (FC) & 5 MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS (MT)).

NONSTOPS TORONTO - MANCHESTER, HALIFAX - STANSTED, TORONTO - STANSTED, TORONTO - GLASGOW AND MONTREAL - STANSTED.

757-200 (RB211-535E4) (25593), EX-SUNWAYS (SWY), BABCOCK & BROWN AIRCRAFT MANAGEMENT.

MAY 1998: ACQUIRES SIGNATURE VACATIONS, TORONTO, CHARTER BUSINESS CONTRACT, PREVIOUSLY WITH CANADA 3000 (ATW). SIGNATURE VACATIONS, CANADA'S LARGEST TOUR OPERATOR PAYS $3M, TO TAKE OVER (ROY)'S TOUR OPERATOR, ROYAL VACATIONS.

SOLD 2 727-200 (21055; 21056) TO FINOVA FINANCIAL FOR CONVERSION TO FREIGHTER BY STAMBAUGH AVIATION, HARRISBURG, PENNSYLVANIA. PLANS TO ENLARGE FLEET FROM 7, TO 11 AIRPLANES, BY 10/98. A310-300 (CF6-80C2A2), EX-HAPAG LLOYD (HAP).

JULY 1998: FISCAL YEAR (FY) 1997 = +$3M (+$4.7M) (NET PROFIT).

BY FALL 1998, TO OPERATE 7 757'S & 4 A310'S.

SEPTEMBER 1998: SUBSIDIARY ROYAL EXPRESS TO SOON START OPERATIONS FROM DORVAL INTERNATIONAL.

2 ORDERS (10/98) 757-200'S (RB211-535E4) (24118; 24119), EX-CHINA SOUTHERN (GUN), BABCOCK LEASED.

OCTOBER 1998: 1997 = +$2.01M (+$2.69M) (NET PROFIT).

2 757-236'S (RB211-535E4) (163-24118; 167-24119), EX-(BAB), BABCOCK (BBB) LEASED.

1 757 90 MINUTES (ETOPS) OVER NORTH ATLANTIC FLIGHTS/MONTH (TOTAL FLIGHTS) = 81 (282).

NOVEMBER 1998: MAJOR HAWAIIAN EXPANSION, WITH VANCOUVER - HONOLULU, KAHULUI, KONA, & LIHUE; CALGARY & EDMONTON - HONOLULU/KAHULUI, VICTORIA - HONOLULU (A310). MONTREAL - FORT LAUDERDALE, ROYAL AVIATION EXPRESS (737).

JANUARY 1999: GOVT OK'S (ROY) EXPRESS, FOR SCHEDULED FOREIGN COMBI SERVICES, ANY POINT IN CANADA, TO ANY POINT IN USA, INCLUDING CARGO SERVICE, & CHARTER FLIGHTS.

1 757-23A (219-24292) & 3 757-28A'S (130-23822; 162-24017; 180-24235), AIR 2000 (ATZ) LEASED FOR WINTER SEASON.

MARCH 1999: 2 L-1011-385-1-15'S (1058; 1069), RETURNED FROM CHILE INTER (CHZ).

APRIL 1999: 920 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 160 FLIGHT CREW (FC), 500 CABIN ATTENDANTS (CA), & 100 MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS (MT)).

SITA: YULKKON. (http://www.royalairlines.com).

MAY 1999: 727-171C (559-19859, C-FPXD). 727-212 (1289-21349) SOLD TO FINOVA. 737-275C (427-21116) SOLD. 757-28A (162-24017) RETURNED TO AIR 2000 (ATZ). 757-200 (180-24235) TO (ATZ).

AUGUST 1999: FY 1998 = -$9.36M DUE TO INDUSTRY OVERCAPACITY, (+$1.99M).

OCTOBER 1999: 757-28A (180-24235, C-GRYU), RETURNED TO AIR 2000 (ATZ).

APRIL 2000: ROYAL AVIATION: 850 EMPLOYEES; ROYAL CARGO: 30 EMPLOYEES; ROYAL EXPRESS: 40 EMPLOYEES.

SITA: YYZFCQN. (http://www.royalair.com).

(cservice@cargo.royalair.com). (http://www.cargo.royalair.com).

1 757-200 WET-LEASED TO TRANSAVIA (TAV), FOR 3 MONTHS.

MAY 2000: GOVERNMENT OK'S SERVICE TO UK, AND FRANCE. (ROY) TO OFFER SEASONAL SERVICE FROM CALGARY, EDMONTON, MONTREAL, TORONTO, AND WINNIPEG, TO BIRMINGHAM, BRISTOL, GLASGOW, LONDON, MANCHESTER, AND FROM MONTREAL AND TORONTO TO PARIS.

2 L-1011-100'S (1058; 1069), SOLD TO NAV-TECH AVIATION (PARTED OUT).

JUNE 2000: 757-200 (25593, C-GRYK) RETURNED FROM TRANSAVIA (TAV).

AUGUST 2000: INTRODUCES "ROYAL PLUS" SERVICE, WITH EUROPEAN-STYLE BUSINESS CLASS (C), FOR UP TO 34C PASSENGER (PAX) SEATS, OFFERING MORE LEGROOM, & UPGRADED SERVICE.

+4 737-200 FOR SCHEDULED SERVICES.

SEPTEMBER 2000: 1ST Q = +C$1.02M.

OCTOBER 2000: HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA-BASED AIRPORT, OF JETSGO (ROY), TO ADD 60 JOBS, INCLUDING 24 FLIGHT CREW (FC).

1 737-2H4 (21721), EX-SOUTHWEST AIRLINES (SWA). 2 737-200'S (21816; 22275), US AIR (USA) LEASED.

DECEMBER 2000: 3RD Q = +C$2.5M.

2 737-201'S (736-22354, N239US; 741-22355, N240US), (USA) LEASED.

JANUARY 2001: CANADA 3000 (ATW) ACQUIRES 100% OF SHARES OF JETSGO (ROY), FOR C$84M, MAKING COMBINED CARRIER, 2ND LARGEST IN CANADA, EMPLOYING 4,000, AND INCLUDING (ATW)'S FLEET OF 5 757'S, 9 A319'S, 8 A320'S, & 4 A330'S.

OTTAWA - MONTREAL.

MARCH 2001: TORONTO - EDMONTON (737-200), AND TORONTO - CALGARY (A310-300).

1 737-2H6 (613-21970, /79 N61SW), EX-SOUTHWEST AIRLINES (SWA)/CELSIUS (CEF). 5TH 737-201 (21815), (USA) LEASED.

APRIL 2001: AFTER CANADA 3000 (ATW) ACQUIRED JETSGO (ROY), IT IS NOW GOING TO TAKE OVER CANJET (CNJ). (ROY) WILL CEASE TO EXIST IN NAME ON 11/01, WHEN THE FLEET GETS A NEW LIVERY UNDER THE (ATW) BANNER.

650 EMPLOYEES. SITA: YULKKON.

BASED AT DORVAL INTERNATIONAL.

4TH Q = -$568K (-$1.7M).

JULY 2001: AIR CANADA 3000 (ATW) SHUTS DOWN THE FORMER (ROY) CARGO OPERATION.

AUGUST 2001: 1 737-201 (680-22273, /80 53 51 N233US), (USA) LEASED.

NOVEMBER 2001: OWNER CANADA 3000 (ATW), MAY SEEK BANKRUPTCY PROTECTION. ALSO, SAYS IT MAY CEASE OPERATIONS, IF IT IS NOT ALLOWED TO ABANDON ROYAL (ROY), AND FIRE -1,400 WORKERS.

THE FORMER PRESIDENT OF JETSGO (ROY), WANTS TO BUY BACK (ROY) FROM (ATW), AND SAVE THE JOBS OF 1,400 EMPLOYEES.

LATER, AIR CANADA 3000 (ATW) WAS PLACED IN BANKRUPTCY, DOOMING -4,400 JOBS.

FEBRUARY 2002: MICHEL LEBLANC, CEO, PLANS TO RELAUNCH AIRLINE, USING THE SAME NAME, "ROYAL," WITH 7 TO 12 AIRPLANES.

2 757-236'S (24118; 24119), RETURNED TO PEGASUS (PSS), LEASED TO TRANSMERIDIAN (TAL) 6/02.

June 2002: Former Royal (ROY), CEO, Michel Leblanc, relaunches (ROY) as a new, low cost, airline renamed "jetsgo." Service between Toronto, Halifax, Montreal, Vancouver, and Winnipeg, using 3 MD-83'S (53467, C-GKLJ; 53124, C-GKLK; 53486, C-GLKN), ex-Boeing Equipment Holdings. New HQ at Saint Laurent, Quebec.

(http://www.jetsgo.com).

(Telephone: (514) 344 7100). (FAX: (514) 733 1376).

Logo consists of a happy face on a lime green, tail, with "jetsgo" printed with "jets" in blue, and "go" in white lettering.

August 2002: To Sydney/Stephenville (weekly).

September 2002: Mike Malka, Director Engineering, resigns, to join Air Transat (AIJ) as Director Engineering.

November 2002: Toronto to Timmins. In 12/02, Montreal/Toronto to Fort Lauderdale (weekly), and in 1/03, Toronto to Newark, followed in 2/03, Toronto to Charlottetown (3/week).

3 MD-83's (2114-53468, C-FKLC; 2116-53469, C-GKLR; 2132-53487, C-GKLQ), Boeing (BHC) leased.

December 2002: Nav Canada is investing # C26M, 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.

January 2003: In 3/03, Montreal - Ottawa. Also, Ottawa - Toronto (Pearson International).

7th MD-83 delivery.

March 2003: In 4/03, Toronto - Calgary. In 5/03, Toronto - Sydney - Stephenville. In 6/03, Toronto - Edmonton. Toronto to Victoria, BC; Thunder Bay, Ontario; St John, New Brunswick; St John's, Gander; & Happy Valley - Goose Bay, Newfoundland. It will then serve 20 cities (2 in USA) with 8 MD-83's.

MD-83 (JT8D-219) (1793-49941, C-FKLI), ex-Reno (RNO), Indigo (INZ) leased.

April 2003: Jetsgo (JTG) is a Canadian low-fare airline operating a domestic and international schedule from Toronto.

In 6/03, Montreal - Saint John (2/week). Montreal - Charlottetown.

(Telephone: +1 (514) 344 7100). (FAX: +1 (514) 733-1376).

Domestic, Scheduled Destinations: Charlottetown PE; Halifax; Montreal; Ottawa; Timmins; Toronto; Vancouver; & Winnipeg.

International, Scheduled Destinations: Fort Lauderdale; & New York.

June 2003: After celebrating its 1st anniversary, (JTG) plans to increase its fleet by +50%, and boost service to 9 Canadian cities, plus launch new flights to Las Vegas and 3 Florida destinations. Will take delivery of 5 MD-83's over the next 5 months, bringing its fleet to 12 airplanes.

MD-83 (JT8D-219) (1887-49943, C-GKLE), (GEF) leased, 160Y.

July 2003: In 10/03, Toronto to Orlando Sanford (MD-83, 160 PAX, weekly nonstop).

2 MD-83's (JT8D-219) (2089-53463, C-FKLT; 2091-53464, C-FKLO), TLC CROCUS leased.

August 2003: In 9/03, Toronto - Las Vegas (5/week). In 10/03, Toronto - St Petersburg (Sats).

September 2003: 1 MD-83 (JT8D-219) (2095-53465, C-FKLY), Virgo leased.

October 2003: Toronto to Orlando Sanford (MD-83, 160 PAX, Sats, nonstop).

February 2004: Will increase employees to 1,400.

18 orders (6/04) F 100's, ex-American Airlines (AAL).

March 2004: In 5/04, Winnipeg - Edmonton (6/week); - Vancouver (5/week). In 6/04, (seasonal) Toronto - Abbotsford, Fredericton, Saint John (3/week); Toronto - Victoria (3/week); Toronto - Stephenville (weekly).

Opens a flight attendant (CA) base in Halifax.

Is fitting auxiliary fuel tanks to 2 MD-83's to permit nonstop unrestricted Montreal/Toronto - Vancouver operations.

4 F 100's (11395, C-GKZD; 11359; C-GKZE; 11361, C-GKZF; 11434, C-GKZX), bought from American Airlines (AAL).

April 2004: Launches discount hourly shuttle between Toronto and Montreal between 0700 & 1900 weekdays. Because 80% of the traffic is business related, it is introducing "ComfortPlus", a 16-passenger compartment. In 7/04, Toronto - Quebec City (weekdays). Toronto - Los Angeles (3/week).

2-year, $11.5M follow-on heavy maintenance contract (25 scheduled inspections) to Exel Tech for 14 MD-83's, including MD-83/F 100 line maintenance at Trudeau International.

May 2004: In 6/04, will introduce in-flight entertainment on select flts with 40 APS digEplayer units on each airplane on flights of 3 hours or longer. The digEplayers are roughly the same weight and size as typical portable DVD players and feature pre-programmed video on demand, TV shows, cartoons, videos and music choices with content refreshed every 60 days. Will charge # C$10/$7 to use the units.

4 F 100's (11369; 11396; 11403, C-GKZA; 11437), ex-American Airlines (AAL).

June 2004: 4 F 100's (11340, C-GKZC; 11352, C-GKZB; 11359, C-GKZE; 11361, C-GKZF), ex-(AAL).

July 2004: Toronto - Moncton. In 9/04, Edmonton - Vancouver (3/day). In 10/04, Toronto - Sarasota, West Palm Beach (weekly).

F 100's (11406; 11408, C-GKZM), ex-(AAL).

September 2004: Toronto - New York LaGuardia (12/week).

3 F 100's (11367, C-GKZS; 11368, C-GKZL; 11397, C-GKZV), bought from (AAL).

December 2004: (IATA) Code: SG. (ICAO) Code: JGO - JETSGO.

Quebec City - Fort Lauderdale (weekly). In 1/05, service to Prince George, Kelowna, Fort McMurray, & Saskatoon plus launch 14/day Toronto - Ottawa shuttle. Fort McMurray - Calgary; Kelowna - Calgary; Saskatoon - Edmonton, Winnipeg; Vancouver - Prince George; Winnipeg - Vancouver; Victoria - Edmonton.

1,300 employees. (FAX: +1 (514) 733-7593).

2 F 100's (11428, C-GKZG; 11360, C-GKZH) bought from American Airlines (AAL).

February 2005: F 100 (11359), sold to Ford Motor Company (FMC).

March 2005: Suspends operations. Will seek bankruptcy protection.

May 2005: Is working diligently to finalise a restructuring plan to enable it to emerge from bankruptcy protection with a different business model.

Formally declared bankruptcy and will be liquidated.

Fleet:
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November 2005:

0 727-171C (JT8D) (559-19859, C-FPXD), (EKO) LSD FOR SUMMER. WFU FOR GROUND TRAINER BY (WJI).

1 727-200 ADV (JT8D-17 HK), EX-(STR), (ROY) CARGO OPS.

0 737-2A9C (JT8D) (249-20206, /70 C-FJLT), EX-(TRN)/(ALO), (INH) LSD 8/97. RTND.

0 737-2E1 (JT8D) (319-20681, /73 C-GDCC; 328-20776, /73 C-GCDG), EX-(EPA), (GEF) LSD. 20776 SOLD 10/01. RTND.

0 737-2H6 (JT8D-9A) (553-21721, /79 C-FRYG; 613-21970, /79 C-FRYL), EX-(SWA)/(CEF) 10/00 & 3/01. RTND.

0 737-201 (JT8D) (592-21816, /79 N227AU; 687-22275, N235US), EX-(PIE) (736-22354, N239US; 741-22355, N240US), (USA) LSD 12/00, 21815, LSD 3/01. 21817. 22275 RTND (USA) 5/01. 22273 8/01.

0 737-242C (JT8D) (254-20455, /70 C-FNAQ; 268-20496, /71 C-FNAP), EX-(NOR), PARTED OUT 6/01.

0 757-236 (RB211-535E4) (453-25592, /92), RTND (PSS), LST (NAB).

0 757-236 (RB211-535E4) (466-25593, /92 C-GRYK), EX-(SWY), (BBB) LSD 3/98. RTND.

0 757-236 (RB211-535E4) (163-24118, /88 C-GRYO; 167-24119, /88 C-GRYZ), EX-(GUN), (PSS) LSD, RTND (PSS), LST (TAL) 6/02. (ETOPS).

0 757-23A (RB211-535E4) (219-24292, /89 C-OOOG), (ATZ) LSD 1/99 FOR WINTER SEASON, RTND.

0 MD-83 (JT8D-219) (2102-53467, /95 C-GKLJ; 2114-53468, /95 C-GKLC; 1991-53124, /91 C-GKLK; 1930-53486, /96 C-GKLN; 1916-53469, /95 C-GKLR; 1932-53487, /96 C-GKLQ), EX-(KAL), BOEING EQUIPT HOLDING (BHC) LSD 5/02. ALL WFU AT ARIZONA/CALIFORNIA DESERT. 53468; 53469; 53486; RTND (TBC), LST (WJE) 9/05. 160Y.

0 MD-83 (JT8D-219) (1793-49941, /90 C-FKLI; 2101-53466, /94 C-FKLZ; 2134-53488, /96 C-FRYA; 2137-53520, /96 C-FRYH), EX-(RNO)/(AAL), (INZ) LSD 3/03. 49941 RTND (GEF) 6/05, LST (ALA) 10/05. ALL WFU AT ARIZONA/CALIFORNIA DESERT. 53466; 53488; TO (ONU) 11/05. 160Y.

0 MD-83 (JT8D-219) (1887-49943, /90 C-GKLE), (GEF) LSD 6/03. RTND,LST (ALA) 10/05. 160Y.

0 MD-83 (JT8D-219) (2089-53463, /94 C-FKLT; 2091-53464, /94 C-FKLO), TLC CROCUS LSD 7/03. ALL WFU AT ARIZONA/CALIFORNIA DESERT. ST (AVI) 9/05. 160Y.

0 MD-83 (JT8D-219) (2095-53465, /94 C-FKLY), VIRGO LSD 9/03. ALL WFU AT ARIZONA/CALIFORNIA DESERT. RTND (DEA), LST (ONU) 2/06. 160Y.

0 L-1011-385-1-15, (GUI) LSD, EX-(ACN), RTND 2.

0 L-1011-50 (1107), EX-(TWA) (RB211-22B), RETIRED.

0 L-1011-100 (1058, 69), PARTED OUT 4/00.

0 A310-304 (CF6-80C2A2) (432), EX-(EAD), MAINT BY (AFA), RTND 3.

0 A310-300 (CF6-80C2A2), EX-(HAP). RTND.

0 A310-304 (448; 481), EX-(HAP) & (MEA), (GUI) LSD, 481 RTND, LST (AIN) 4/01. RTND.

0 A320 WET-LSD (1 FROM (SKB). RTND.

0 A320-200 (CFM56-5A3), (GAX) LSD. RTND.

00 F 100 (TAY 650-15) (11340, /91 C-GKZC, 6/04; 11352, /91 C-GKZB, 6/04; 11359, /91 C-GKZE, 6/04; 11360, /91 C-GKZH 12/04; 11361, /91 C-GKZF, 3/04; 11367, /91 C-GKZS, 9/04; 11368, /91 C-GKZL 8/04; 11369, /91 C-GKZK 5/04; 11395, /92 C-GKZD, 3/04; 11396, /92 C-GKZJ 5/04; 11397, /92 C-GKZV, 9/04; 11403, /92 C-GKZA, 5/04; 11404, /92 C-GKZU; 11406, /92 C-GKZP, 7/04; 11408, /92 C-GKZM, 7/04; 11428, /92 C-GKZG 12/04; 11434, /92 C-GKZX, 3/04; 11437, /93 C-GKZW 5/04), EX-(AAL). 11359 ST (FMC) 2/05. ALL 17 REGISTRATIONS CANCELED 6/05. 105Y.

0 B AE 125. RTND.

Management:
(definitions)

MICHEL LEBLANC (MAJOR SHAREHOLDER), PRESIDENT, CEO & CHAIRMAN.

DAN GOLIGER, PRESIDENT, ROYAL CARGO.

MARC KIRNER, COO, EX-(PGB) (10/04).

MAURICE DAHAN, VICE PRESIDENT MAINTENANCE (9/96) & OPERATIONS (mdahan@jetsgo.net).

RON HENRY, DIRECTOR FLIGHT OPERATIONS (rhenry@jetsgo.net).

CAPTAIN NORM CHARLEBOIS, DIRECTOR FLIGHT SAFETY (ncharlebois@jetsgo.net).

DAVE CURRY, CORPORATE SAFETY OFFICER.

ELAINE METRAS, DIRECTOR HUMAN RESOURCES.

LUC PRUD'HOME, DIRECTOR SALES.

ALAIN THERRIEN, MAINTENANCE MANAGER.

MICHEL TREPANIER, MANAGER TECHNICAL SUPPORT.

JOSEPH WONG, TECHNICAL LIBRARIAN.

 
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