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Deadline near for Canada flight pass


If you've got a few thousand and a yen to fly all over Canada—any flight, any destination in the country—you have just a couple of days left to buy an 'Infinite Canada Pass' from Air Canada. Oh, and you also have to want to spend a lot of time flying at a time when most folks don't feel much like flying at all.

The pass comes in one-, two- and three-month versions and in three classes, Standard, Flex and Latitude. Actually, they are all pretty 'flex;' they offer unlimited travel, seat selection, changes, and all taxes and fees. It's open only to members of Air Canada's Aeroplan loyalty program, but flights don't regular points-for-miles; instead each month is worth 5, 10 or 15 thousand points, depending on tier. Flex gets access to better seats, and Latitude gets lounge access and business/first class seats.

The passes, which cost $2260CAD a month for Standard, $2825 for Flex and $5650 for Latitude start their 30-day countdown from the day of purchase.

The best part of every trip is realizing that it has upset your expectations

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Canadians are not the only ones with opportunities for unlimited flights, or at least some version of it. 

A Yemeni woman gave birth on an Egyptian airline bound from Cairo to London yesterday—mother and child doing well, thank you—causing the plane to be diverted to Munich to provide medical care. 

Egyptair has announced that the child will have permanent ticket to fly anytime, but puzzlingly described it as a 'free ticket for life on Munich flights.' Since the German city was neither the family's starting point nor intended destination...


The best part of every trip is realizing that it has upset your expectations


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