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CANADIAN BRIDES BOOKED WITH AIR TRANSAT - READ THIS!!

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If you're a Canadian bride-to-be with a wedding this fall and you're booked with Air Transat - you should be aware that Air Transat is in the midst of potential strike negotiations. I recommend you contact your TA to find out about alternatives should the strike occur. The legal strike date is Oct 1. 

 

Air Transat is the #1 Charter flight company in Canada serving 25 countries.

 

Read more about this at:

 http://www.montrealgazette.com/business/Transat+pilots+serve+strike+notice/3409031/story.html

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DITTO!  I`m booked for next May,2011 so hopefully everything is settled very quickly or there will be a lot of pissed off vacationers & brides!!!

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Originally Posted by JR14 View Post

 

DITTO!  I`m booked for next May,2011 so hopefully everything is settled very quickly or there will be a lot of pissed off vacationers & brides!!!

 

 

When are you travelling and where are you getting married ?? And yes I would not be a happy bride if this strike goes on....at least we only have to pay in full March 2011 so if it would not be settled at least we would only have lost 100$ per person.....that would really stress me out...something I don't need for sure !!!! Happy planning for your wedding...:)

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I'm getting married in Panama and AT has only 1 flight every Monday from Toronto during their 'low season' ... for me our deposits cost $200ea and I'm expecting about 75+ people!  I'm having difficulities as it is with the limited seat capacity on the plane, now THIS!?!?  :(

 

Originally Posted by Anikoni View Post





When are you travelling and where are you getting married ?? And yes I would not be a happy bride if this strike goes on....at least we only have to pay in full March 2011 so if it would not be settled at least we would only have lost 100$ per person.....that would really stress me out...something I don't need for sure !!!! Happy planning for your wedding...:)



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If they do strike there is no way that they will strike for long.  Not during the high season.  A negotiation will be reached either before they strike or shortly thereafter......just my opinion.

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