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( For retirees of the new Air Canada family)


Number 845  Aug 19th., 2004. We first published in October 1995.
Circulation: 2700+


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


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The co-pilot is off again on vacation, and our chief pilot - Vesta - will
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. Cara labour disruption at Vancouver International Airport
Cons travelling on long distance flights out of YVR might consider packing
some
Trail-Mix bars or something similar - just in case! - a suggestion from the
eds.

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. Nice to know.
Miami South Beach Hotel chain offers airline staff a great deal. >From now to
the end of the year, the Miami South Beach Hotel chain is offering active and
retired employees a great deal. Anyone interested in staying at either the
Avalon Hotel or the South Seas Hotel can take advantage of some special rates.
For example, until Sept. 30 it will cost $65 US per night per room at the
Avalon and $69 US per night per room at the South Seas – prices for both hotels
include continental breakfast. For more information, log on to
www.southbeachhotels.com. If you already know this is where you want to go,
e-mail your hotel requests to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call Sheri Vaughan
at (708) 848-2142.

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. News from the districts.
Good Morning to all Okanagan District Pionairs:
Please note the following date change for our September function.
Originally planned for Thursday Sept. 09th. 2004 has been moved forward one
week

to Thursday Sept. 16th. 2004.
Thursday Sept. 16th at Manhattan Point Restaurant in Prospera Place.
11:00am. meet & greet. At 12:00pm., a buffet lunch. Door prizes & a visit to
the Casino if you feel so inclined. The cost for this event will be $ 15.00 per
person in advance.
There is usually a charge for Parking in the arena parking lot, however it is
cheaper to park in the Library parking lot, and then a short walk back to the
restaurant.
Please make your cheque payable to: “Air Canada Pionairs” and mail to: Gretchen
Aird #317-1056 Bernard Ave. Kelowna, V1Y 8L7
Deadline for receipt of your cheques is: September 13th. 2004
(If you commit to this event, due to the Catering charges, you will be
responsible to pay if you do not show up. Cancellations are accepted up until
Sept. 13th. 2004)

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From the Canadian Aviation Historical Society (CAHS) -
Vancouver Island chapter -
A video produced by The Sidney Air Crew Association, "Never to be Forgotten",
featuring stories of combat experiences by ACA members.
At the BC Aviation Museum,
Norseman Room, Victoria International Airport
August 26, 2004, Thursday, 12:00 to 14:00 hours
Includes 5 stories:
Jack Scrivenger - The Nuremburg Raid
Terry Moore - A Mediterranean Ditching
Judge Jack Ferguson - The Great Escape
Dick Bartlette - Fleet Air Arm and the Great Escape
Jim Lang - Stalag Luft Three and the Great Escape
This is a hour and a half production by Aircrew, BCAM and CAHS member Norman
Reid.
Cold Lunch will be served.
Everyone Welcome
Jackie Frampton, CAHS     This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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. Found on the internet.
Update by our chief pilot Vesta -
X PRIZE CONTENDERS FORGE ONWARD
On Aug 14,2004, Saturday, the Canadian Arrow team drop-tested its crew cabin,
with good results. The cabin fell about 9,000 feet and gently splashed into
Lake Ontario beneath a parachute. The group told MSNBC it needs about another
$2 million in funding and four or five months more of tests to complete its
space vehicle. With the X Prize set to expire at the end of this year, and the
goal so elusive, why do these teams persevere? The X Prize organizers say the
$10 million incentive is just a tease. According to their market research,
space tourism is ready to blast off into a billion-dollar industry.

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. Vesta send us this advice -
Mostly for our American Friends.
Subject: Some Common Sense Advice to Limit Identity Theft
This was sent to me and I thought it was well worth passing on.
Bear in mind the references and phone numbers are American.
AN ATTORNEY'S ADVICE TO LIMIT OR PREVENT IDENTITY THEFT
Read this and make a copy for your files in case you need to refer to
it someday. Maybe we should all take some of his advice!
A corporate attorney sent the following out to the employees in
his company.
1. The next time you order checks have only your initials (instead
of first name and last name) put on them. If someone takes your
checkbook they will not know if you sign your checks with just your
initials or your first name but your bank will know how you sign
your checks.
2. When you are writing checks to pay on your credit card accounts,
DO NOT put the complete account number on the "For" line. Instead,just
put the last four numbers. The credit card company knows the rest
of the number and anyone who might be handling your check as it
passes through all the check processing channels won't have access
to it.
3. Put your work phone # on your checks instead of your home phone.
If you have a PO Box, use that instead of your home address. If you do
not have a PO Box, use your work address. Never have your SS# printed
on your checks. (DUH!) You can add it if it is necessary. But if you
have it printed, anyone can get it.
4. Place the contents of your wallet on a photocopy machine, do
both sides of each license, credit card, etc. You will know what you
had in your wallet and all of the account numbers and phone numbers to
call and cancel. Keep the photocopy in a safe place. I also carry a
photocopy of my passport when I travel either here or abroad. We've
all heard horror stories about fraud that's committed on us in
stealing a name, address,Social Security number, credit cards, etc.
Unfortunately an attorney had first hand knowledge because their
wallet was stolen last month. Within a week, the thieve(s) ordered an
expensive monthly cell phone package, applied for a VISA credit card,
had a credit line approved to buy a Gateway computer, received a PIN
number from DMV to change their driving record information on-line, and
more. But here's some critical information to limit the damage in case
this happens to you or someone you know:
1. We have been told we should cancel our credit cards immediately.
But the key is having the toll free numbers and your card numbers
handy so you know whom to call. Keep those where you can find them.
2. File a police report immediately in the jurisdiction where it
was stolen, this proves to credit providers you were diligent, and is
a first step toward an investigation (if there ever is one). Highly
recommended and it pays off!
But here's what is perhaps most important: (I never even thought to
do this).
3. Call the three national credit reporting organizations immediately
to place a fraud alert on your name and Social Security number. I had
never heard of doing that until advised by a bank that called to tell
me an application for credit was made over the Internet in my name.
The alert means any company that checks your credit knows your
information was stolen and they have to contact you by phone to
authorize newcredit.
By the time I was advised to do this, almost two weeks after the
theft,all the damage had been done. There are records of all the
credit checks initiated by the thieves' purchases, none of which I
knew about before placing the alert. Since then, no additional damage
has been done, and the thieves threw my wallet away this weekend
(someone turned it in). It seems to have stopped them in their tracks.
The numbers are:
Equifax: 1-800-525-6285
Experian (formerly TRW): 1-888-397-3742
Trans Union: 1-800-680-7289
Social Security Administration (fraud line): 1-800-269-0271
We pass along jokes on the Internet; we pass along just about
everything. Pass this information along.
It could really help someone you care about.

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AN INVITATION TO ALL AIRLINE EMPLOYEES
The World Airlines Clubs Association(WACA) and the Airline Club
of
Thailand are pleased to invite all airline employees of the
world to join a
joyous celebration of interline fraternity in Thailand from 23
to 28
October.

The celebration will involve stays in exciting Bangkok and a
beautiful
beach resort in Cha'am, an elegant opening ceremony involving
Thai
dignitaries,a rare visit to the Panpuen palace not normally
available to
ordinary tourists, special showcases of food and beverages from
around
the world, tours,displays of modern and traditional Thai
culture, and
network functions to forge new friendships and renew old
ones.All at
reasonable rates.

The celebration comes at a fitting time for an industry finally
recovering
very well from a long series of crises. There will also be a
special tour of
Vietnam prior to the Thai celebrations.

Non-members of WACA can sign on through local interline clubs
or
directly with HQ as members-at-large.

More details of these clubs, the Thailand celebrations and the
Vietnam
tour are available from the WACA website(www.waca.org). The
deadline
has been extended to end-August, so hurry and sign up soon!

See you in Thailand ! Silva Kandiah
Vice President Public Relations

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Exchange program to New Zealand or Australia in Jan.-Dec. 2005

The International Youth Exchange Program for Families of
Airline
Employees is offering a two-week exchange program to New
Zealand or
Australia in Jan.-Dec. 2005. Airline youth, ages 14-21 years of
age are
matched with other youth their own age. Another exchange is
available
for June, July, or August 2005 for airline youth.

For further information, please contact Camille Wheeler at
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. Some destinations from Vancouver -
Vancouver BC (YVR)
Anchorage AK (ANC) 1328 mi
Beijing/Peking, China (PEK) 5282 mi
Boston MA (BOS) 2509 mi
Calgary AB (YYC) 426 mi
Campbell River BC (YBL) 107 mi
Castlegar BC (YCG) 250 mi
Chicago (O'Hare) IL (ORD) 1761 mi
Comox BC (YQQ) 84 mi
Cranbrook BC (YXC) 334 mi
Denver CO (DEN) 1113 mi
Edmonton AB (YEG) 503 mi
Fort St John BC (YXJ) 497 mi
Frankfurt, Germany (FRA) 5015 mi
Hong Kong, China (HKG) 6387 mi
Honolulu HI (HNL) 2708 mi
Kamloops BC (YKA) 160 mi
Kelowna BC (YLW) 178 mi
London (Heathrow) England (LHR) 4713 mi
Los Angeles CA (LAX) 1082 mi
Mexico City, Mexico (MEX) 2453 mi
Montreal (Trudeau) QC (YUL) 2290 mi
Munich, Germany (MUC) 5187 mi
Nagoya, Japan (NGO) 4828 mi
Nanaimo BC (YCD) 32 mi
New York (JFK) NY (JFK) 2444 mi
Osaka (Kansai) Japan (KIX) 4935 mi
Ottawa ON (YOW) 2209 mi
Penticton BC (YYF) 162 mi
Portland OR (PDX) 250 mi
Prince George BC (YXS) 325 mi
Prince Rupert BC (YPR) 469 mi
Quesnel BC (YQZ) 266 mi
Regina SK (YQR) 828 mi
San Francisco CA (SFO) 801 mi
Sandspit BC (YZP) 467 mi
Saskatoon SK (YXE) 749 mi
Seattle/Tacoma WA (SEA) 127 mi
Seoul (Incheon) Korea (ICN) 5101 mi
Shanghai (Pu Dong) China (PVG) 5608 mi
Smithers BC (YYD) 424 mi
Sydney, Australia (SYD) 7790 mi
Taipei, Taiwan (TPE) 5966 mi
Terrace BC (YXT) 431 mi
Tokyo (Narita) Japan (NRT) 4667 mi
Toronto (Pearson) ON (YYZ) 2080 mi
Victoria BC (YYJ) 39 mi
Washington (Dulles) DC (IAD) 2340 mi
Whitehorse YT (YXY) 922 mi
Williams Lake BC (YWL) 327 mi
Winnipeg MB (YWG) 1159 mi

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I am the wife of Norman Pellatt wrting to give you the sad
news that Norman died on Monday, 2 August at the Pilgrim's
Hospice, Margate, Kent, England. He had been suffering from
cancer since 2000.  Jennifer Pellatt  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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, Terry's travel tips.
Following interline tours - for more information contact your nearest
Interline club or www.RumRabbit.com -
PAN AM WORLD FELLOWSHIP GOLF TOURNAMENT
Date: September 13-17, 2004
Description:
Jekyll Island, Georgia. Clarion Resort
A beautiful place for a vacation. (HOLIDAY)
Four (4) nights-Mon. Tue. Wed. and Thurs.
Full Buffet "WELCOME" reception, Mon. night.
3 rounds of golf on three different courses.
Awards and prizes, Full Buffet Dinner Thurs. night.
Rates-
1 golfer / 1 room $509.43
2 golfers / 1 room $374.03 each
1 golfer / 1 non-golfer $585.88
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EVERYONE IS WELCOME- BRING A FRIEND.
JORDAN ADVENTURE
Date: October 6-11, 2004
Hosted by:
JORDAN INTERLINE CLUB
Description:
Wednesday 06 Oct
Arrival day
Arrival at Queen Alia International Airport at Amman, meet and assist with
formalities, then
transfer to 5 stars deluxe hotel (Marriott or Intercontinental Hotel)
depending on
availability. Welcome drink followed by a buffet dinner and overnight at
Hotel.
Thursday 07 Oct
King's Road - Petra "Madaba, Mount Nebo & Kerak"
Depart Amman to Petra via King's Road visiting en route City of Madaba, with
its famous 6th century mosaic map that is laid on the floor of St. George's
Cathedral, then few
minutes drive to Mount Nebo to visit the old chapel on top of the mountain,
view the well preserved pieces of mosaic and to enjoy the panoramic view of
the Jordan Valley and the Dead Sea. Proceed through the countryside of
Jordan passing through the Mujib Valley till arrival to the crusaders City
of Kerak for a visit of the ruins and to enjoy a nice buffet lunch at the
restaurant next door.
After lunch, proceed by coach through the desert road till arrival to the
town of Wadi Musa "home of Petra" and check into Petra Movenpick Hotel or
Taybet Zaman (depending on availability), buffet dinner and overnight.
Friday 08 Oct Visit Petra - Wadi Rum Overnight
All morning visit of Petra with lunch served at Basin restaurant located
amongst the ruins of Petra. In the late afternoon, depart to the desert of
Wadi Rum, upon arrival to the guesthouse, refreshments and welcome drink
will be served while local jeeps are being prepared to take you into the
desert for couple of hours exploring its hidden antiquities
and beauty. The end of the tour will be at a campsite especially built for YOU
INTERLINERS.........
Enjoy a Special dinner evening with the local music and bon fire in the
heart of the desert...
Overnight at a special camp in the desert.
Saturday 09 Oct
Wadi Rum - Aqaba
Breakfast at camp
Jeeps will collect guests from camp site for couple of hours tour inside the
desert ending the tour at the rest house were coach is waiting to take you
for the one hour drive to the Red Sea City of Aqaba - Rest of the day free
for own activities. Lunch under own arrangements
Dinner and overnight at Aqaba Movenpick Hot
Sunday 10 Oct
Aqaba - Dead Sea - Amman
After breakfast at hotel, board coach and drive back to Amman visiting en
route The Dead Sea to enjoy a swim and nice buffet lunch at the Dead Sea Spa
Hotel. In the late afternoon, depart Dead Sea to Amman.
Farewell dinner at KanZaman Village Restaurant.
Monday 11 Oct
Departure Day
After breakfast - transfer to Queen Alia Airport
Cost per person sharing a twin USD 580.00
Single Supplement USD 175.00
WACA Fee USD 10.00
Extra nights in Amman in a single USD 95.00
Extra nights in Amman in a double USD 60.00 Package Includes
4 nights accommodation in a 5 stars deluxe hotel
1 night accommodation at camp in Wadi Rum desert + Dinner evening.
5 buffet breakfasts, 3 lunches, 5 dinners that includes one Gala dinner at Kan
Zaman.
Entrance fees to sites mentioned in program.
Horse back riding at Petra and Jeep tour at Wadi Rum.
Tours and transfers as per program.
Package Excludes
- Cost of entry visa to Jordan (USD 15.00)
Airport departure tax (USD 7.50)
Cost for individual transfers. (Guests arriving before 4 Oct and departing
after 9
Oct.)
Extras at hotels (laundry, telephone calls, mini bar, room service etc..)
Camel ride at Wadi Rum
Air passage.
Cancellation & Refunds policy
Full refund of deposit till 06th Sept. 2004.
50% refund of deposit till 15th Sep 2004
No refund after 16th Sep 2004.
Registration dead line 15th Sep 2004.
Important notice
Deposit of USD 200.00 per person to be submitted with application.
No application will be processed without deposit unless payment guaranteed
by your
Interline Club. The balance to be settled upon arrival in the hotel at the JIC
registration desk in USD Cash or Traveler's cheques.
No personal cheques or credit cards are accepted.
All extra nights should be paid to Jordan Interline Club in USD cash or TC.
Refer to Travel Information manual (TIM) regarding visa and entry
regulations into
Jordan.
Bank cheques made payable to Jordan Interline Club. For transfer, please send
your money to Account number:001-024140-090 at HSBC Jabal Al-Hussein Branch.
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JIC address is: P.O Box 35263 Amman 11180 Jordan
SHARM "RED SEA" EGYPT
Date: October 11-14, 2004
Hosted by:
JORDAN INTERLINE CLUB
Description:
Package Includes
3 nights accommodation 11 - 14 Oct at Sheraton Sharm or similar on bed
breakfast basis
Airport Transfer
Round Trip Ticket (Amman - Sharm - Amman)
Cost per person sharing a twin USD 360.00
Single Supplement USD 120.00
WACA Fee USD 5.00
Cancellation & Refunds policy
Full refund of deposit till 10th Sept. 2004.
No refund after 11th Sep 2004.
Registration dead line 10th Sep 2004.
Optional Tours at Sharm
Full day visit to St. Catherine.
Visit to Tirana Island with Snorkeling and lunch
Ras Mohammad "Diving, Snorkeling & Lunch)
Not Included:
Airport departure Tax Visas Meals
Items that are not mentioned above.
Important notice
Deposit of USD 200.00 per person to be submitted with application.
No application will be processed without deposit unless payment guaranteed
by your Interline Club. The balance to be settled upon arrival in the hotel
at the JIC
registration desk in USD Cash or Traveler's cheques.
No personal cheques or credit cards are accepted.
All extra nights should be paid to Jordan Interline Club in USD cash or TC.
Refer to Travel Information manual (TIM) regarding visa and entry
regulations into
Egypt.
Bank cheques made payable to Jordan Interline Club. For transfer, please send
your money to Account number:001-024140-090 at HSBC Jabal Al-Hussein Branch.
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JIC address is: P.O Box 35263 Amman 11180 Jordan

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. Smilies.
Sheila Snow sends us this bunch of smiles -
Tower: "Delta 351, you have traffic at 10 o'clock, 6
miles!"
Delta 351: "Give us another hint! We have digital
watches!"

"TWA 2341, for noise abatement turn right 45 Degrees."
"Center, we are at 35,000 feet. How much noise can we
make up here?"
"Sir, have you ever heard the noise a 747 makes when
it hits a 727?"

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