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Corporate Jet vs Commercial Jet: What a Different World

Valerie Athanas I never really thought I’d get such a close look into an industry like private aviation.  I actually started working on the commercial side, as a flight attendant.  I thought that I was getting into this glamorous, thrilling lifestyle that people only dream about.  I quickly realized that I was doomed to live […]

Cynthia's Thoughts on Flying

Blair Fraser’s article on flying has got me thinking about trips.  I’ve flown quite a bit, and on all sorts of airlines.  Flying these days is nothing like that of the past.  I wasn’t around when flying was considered a luxury, when people actually dressed up before they hopped on a plane, but there have […]

Vacation Tips, Part I: A Reminder About Flying

Blair Fraser Summer is the perfect time for rest and relaxation. But getting to your vacation spot can leave you feeling anything but relaxed, here are some tips for enjoying your vacation to the fullest. While many of us have flown before, here are a few tips and reminders about flying:

WestJet: Good Service and Affordable

Low-cost airlines have been “the thing” over the past few years, selling tickets at a much lower cost than so-called “mainstream” airlines.  In Canada, there have been several low-cost airlines, but most have folded.  Currently, WestJet (TSX: WJA) is the only one still in existence.  Launched in 1990s and based out of Calgary, Alberta, this airline flies to destinations across Canada, […]

Society Book Event: My Heart is in Africa

The Society Toronto once again put together an amazing book event.  The April 21, held at The Spoke Club, was very well attended.  This time, we move from Hollywood glamour to the poverty of Africa in Scott Griffin’s My Heart is in Africa.  In the 1990s, Mr. Griffin flew his single engine Cessna 180 from […]