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aeroplane

(US and Canadian), airplane
a heavier-than-air powered flying vehicle with fixed wings
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"This summer, make it pay for any kind of getaway," says Pierre-Jean Mayol at Aeroplan, one of the country's leading loyalty programs.
Aeroplan miles donated by the law firm will be used to provide flights to children to allow them to receive medical care from pediatric hospitals, such as The Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto.
Once again Aeroplan is a first mover in the loyalty market and their new store contains the best premium digital media available,” he added.
Points earned in Aeroplan not only can be used for travel and all the other awards regularly available through the program but also can be converted into Uniprix gift cards.
Under Battiston's leadership, Air Miles -- which is 60% owned by Groupe Aeroplan - has grown its database to over two million members across seven countries and has in excess of 150 participating companies, including HSBC across the Middle East Region.
In fact, Oman Air received within several votes of both SAS and Aeroplan.
Tatarsky's partner Georgy Vasiliev, of production company Aeroplan, estimates costs at between $10,000 and $20,000 per minute of animation work, depending on technique, making the budget at least $7 million--steep by Russian standards.
Take advantage of low one way fares, collect Aeroplan miles with every trip and discover the advantages of Toronto Buttonville Municipal Airport.
M2 EQUITYBITES-August 28, 2018-Air Canada, TD, CIBC, Visa, Aimia to Acquire Aeroplan Loyalty Business for CDN 450m
Avidyne's AeroPlan extended warranty plan offers a "free" warranty extension for three years.
Aeroplan said that Aeroplan Members can now use their miles for the premium economy cabin on applicable Air Canada flights when booking both ClassicFlight and Market Fare Flight Rewards.