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HMY - Harmony - Airways Introduces Toronto Service


Vancouver, BC: Canadian travelers now have another airline option to fly between Vancouver and Toronto. Dr. David Ho, Chairman and CEO of HMY Airways, announced his new airline in February, 2002. HMY Airways owns two Boeing 757-200 aircraft with a spacious 197 seat configuration, providing more legroom.

HMY Airways started its winter season by serving Western Canadians. This new airline flew from Vancouver, Calgary, and Edmonton to popular destinations, such as Mazatlan, Puerto Vallarta, Ixtapa, Cancun, the Riviera Maya, Las Vegas, and Manchester.

Beginning this summer, Vancouver based HMY Airways will be commencing service on North American routes, which include flights to and from Toronto, Los Angeles, and Las Vegas. As an airline that focuses highly on customer service, HMY Airways will be flying twice daily non stop between Vancouver and Toronto. Service on board the aircraft will include full meals, inflight entertainment, convenient departure times, comfortable legroom, as well as an upgraded class of service in addition to the full economy class.

HMY Airways' vision is to fly to Asia. By concentrating on Vancouver as a hub, the airline is taking its first steps towards their vision. The airlines' executives are already looking at acquiring long haul jets from aircraft manufacturers for service to the Orient.

"Our focus will be growing our business through competitive pricing, excellent customer service, and a choice of destinations that are popular with Canadians" said Dr. Ho.

"HMY Airways is committed to offering passengers a dynamic new airline product", explained Dr. Ho. "At HMY Airways, we are dedicated to building our business one flight at a time, and we're making a long term commitment to growth based on meeting and exceeding customer expectations. At the end of the day, our job at HMY Airways is to deliver the choice and service passengers want, flight after flight.