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#821 Apr 4/04 - The NetLetter
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( For retirees of the new Air Canada family)


Number 821  Apr 4th., 2004. We first published in October 1995.
Circulation: 2700+


Chief Pilot - Vesta Stevenson   -      Co-pilot  - Terry Baker


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. Our co-pilot is off on his travels again, so the NetLetter will be few and
far between, BUT, still send in your information as the Chief pilot is still
desk bound and will handle things.
Back at the end of April.

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. News from the Districts -
Rev. Lee S. Donahue, District Director, South-western Ontario, sends us the
following:
Our Spring Luncheon will be held at 11:45 A.M. on Wednesday April 28th, 2004 at
Dufferin Hall, 445 Dufferin Avenue, London, ( east of Colborne ) at a Per
Person cost of $ 17.00. Do mark your calendars and be sure to advise us no
later than, Wednesday April 21st, 2004. Lunch commences at 12:15 P.M.
During the later part of the Luncheon a Fashion Show involving both Ladies and
Men's attire will take place. Come and see the Latest fashions and what our
group will be wearing in 2004. Should you wish to be a model for this event,
contact Lillian Donahue at 519 - 472 - 1294.

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. Found on the internet.
The Brits just can't get over their love affair with the late great
Concorde, and now they are looking forward to a final epic journey of one the
sleek birds, bound for the National Museums of Scotland (NMS). The NMS
announced
on Monday its plan to transport G-BOAA, the first-ever Concorde to enter
service, from Heathrow Airport to its final home at the national Museum of
Flight, just outside Edinburgh. The complex 10-day plan calls for G-BOAA to
travel via highway to the River Thames, then sail by barge to London, where it
will make a dramatic final salute to the London public as it is lifted above
deck outside the Houses of Parliament. The barge will then continue under Tower
Bridge and out to the North Sea, where it will embark on the longest section of
its journey, up the east coast to Scotland.

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. Terry's travel tips.
From: "Wyc & Ruby Livingston" < This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it >
Subject: Kahului Airport

Thought I'd pass something on to fellow travellers, they were so
helpful when I was asking about car rentals on Maui. A co-Pionair had given
me some very useful advice before we went. AC is checked in by United in
Maui. It's not an air conditioned airport. Mosquitos have a heydey, you're
dressed to travel, lines are long, it's hot. Moral of the story is, get to
the airport early! Maui is still well worth the trouble. Thanks Ruby
Livingston.

Star Alliance Employee Travel Deals
The World Airline British Columbia & Alberta Spring Camping Adventure!
SIX Fabulous Days!
Vancouver to Calgary One Way
$175.00 Canadian!!
That's about $125.00USD or $110.00EUR.
May 10th - May 15th 2004
INCLUSIONS:
6 nights use of the motorhome.
Your choice of available motorhomes. See Our Motorhomes below
1200 Kilometers. That's roughly 750 miles
Preparation Fee
Insurance
Convenience Kits that contain dishes, cookware, pillows, linen, towels,
sleeping bags, lawn chairs, & cleaning equipment
First supply of propane and toilet chemicals
Itinerary with side trips and suggestions
Hotel pick up in Vancouver and Airport drop-off in Calgary.
Pretty much just show up with a change of clothes!
EXCLUSIONS:
Taxes,GST and Fuel. Campground fees.
Spring Camping in CANADA is HERE 

Canadian Rockies Lodging Co
Fernie Alpine Resort the mountain with legendary powder and limitless terrian.
Ski in; Ski out convenience at Wolf's Den Lodge in the heart of the resort.
3 nights accommodation and 3 days skiing or riding!
Packages from $339 CAD/269 USD per person.
Fernie Alpine Resort is the perfect place to venture up to the hill to
experience the ultimate champagne-like fresh powder. The highly qualified staff
of professional ski instructors will help to develop your skills and provide
you with the best possible winter experience.
Fernie Alpine Resort and the surrounding area have world class accommodations
with a variety of options to meet everyone's needs. There is everything from
luxurious on-mountain lodging, condo style living with convenience of
ski-in/ski-out access to economy rooms for those on a budget. The variety of
accommodation options matched with an extensive reservation department offers
visitors a customized package based solely on their individual needs and
priorities, providing an effortless and catered vacation. Let Fernie Alpine
Resort handle all the details. We can create a custom package including lift
tickets, flights, car rentals and lodging!

Ski the CANADIAN ROCKIES is HERE 
Welcome to the World Airline Alaska Highway Motorhome Adventure!
Sponsored by CanaDream Motorhomes
Just fly into Calgary (YYC) or Vancouver (YVR), travel the Alaska Highway to
the Yukon, drop your motorhome in Whitehorse (YXY) and wing your way back home.

Nine fabulous nights....only Interliners could have this much fun at these
rates!
Here’s the deal for:
$598.00 Canadian!!
That's about $450.00 USD or $361.00 EUR.
May 12th - May 21st 2004
INCLUSIONS
9 nights use of the units.
Your choice of available motorhomes. Available Motorhomes
Your choice of departing from Calgary or Vancouver.
3500 free kilometers (2,174 miles). YXY is about 2400 kilometers (1,553 miles)
from either center..leaving you lots of room on the odometer!
Insurance.
Convenience Kits that contain dishes, cookware, pillows, linen, towels,
sleeping bags, lawn chairs, & cleaning equipment.
First supply of propane and toilet chemicals.
Itinerary with side trips and suggestions.
Hotel pick up in Calgary and Vancouver. Airport drop-off in Whitehorse.
Taxes and Northern surcharges.
Check www.startrips.tv for these and more details.

Florida  Accommodation:

One of our colleagues at Air Canada in the UK, is renting out his villa, which
is near Orlando in Florida.   It is newly constructed and is a four-bedroom
luxury villa covering 2,100 square feet.    There are also two lounges, two
dining-rooms, three bathrooms, kitchen and separate utility living-room
areas.   The property includes a magnificent pool and spa/jacuzzi sunk into a
large deck.   Colin and Daphne Williams are the joint owners and details can be
obtained from their telephone number 01252-642277.   Prices range from gbp500 -
gbp700 per week, depending on the time of year.   Details are also on a
website:  FloridaHereWeCome.co.uk.

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