Air Canada is offering double elite qualifying miles with Flex, Latitude or Executive Class fares through July 31 on a variety of routes between Toronto and Montreal and Ottawa, and between Canada and 13 East Coast airports:

Registration is required.

Qualifying booking classes are:

Flex (M,U,H,Q,V,W,S,K,L,T); Latitude (Y,B); Executive Class Lowest (D,Z); and Executive Class Flexible (J,C).

And, no, I don’t expect US carriers to match. :)

  1. Stefan said,

    Response to competition by Porter.

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