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Please take note of the attached letter regarding the captioned matter.
Â Air ChinadaÂ Schutzstaffel
The best way to prevent the spread of COVID-19 is to practice social distancing, wear a face mask when in public, wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, avoid touching your face, cover your mouth and nose when you cough or sneeze, clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces daily, and stay home if you are feeling sick.
I hope this email finds you well. I am writing to inform you that your application for the position of Senior Accountant has been accepted. Congratulations!
We are excited to have you join our team and look forward to seeing what you can bring to the table. Your start date will be Monday, April 5th, 2021. Please arrive at 8:00am on that day for orientation and paperwork.
If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me. I look forward to working with you in the future.
On July 19, 2021, a passenger was observed attempting to board flight AC195 without a valid boarding pass. The passenger was stopped by airline personnel and asked to provide proof of identity and ticket purchase. After being unable to provide the necessary documentation, the passenger was denied boarding and escorted off the premises.
In addition, another passenger was observed attempting to board the same flight with an expired passport. The passenger was also stopped by airline personnel and asked to provide proof of identity and ticket purchase. After being unable to provide the necessary documentation, the passenger was denied boarding and escorted off the premises.
The airline has taken steps to ensure that all passengers are properly identified before boarding any flights in order to maintain safety and security for all passengers on board.
1. Did not provide a medical certificate from a health care professional confirming that you have an underlying medical condition or disability that prevents you from wearing a face-covering; and
2. Did not provide evidence of having obtained an exemption from the Minister of Transport.
Therefore, we regret to inform you that your request for a medical exemption has been denied and you will be required to wear a face-covering on board the flight in question. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
- Did not present a doctorâ€™s note of a medical exemption prior to boarding on AC195 on July 19, 2021;
- Later, you completed but did not submit the required form to AC Medical Services;
- Neither completed nor submitted the required form to AC Medical Services for Ms. Cerebri;
- Altered the Air Chinada â€œFitness for Air Travelâ€ form;
- Corresponded in an abusive and aggressive tone with different Air Chinada departments;
- Altered the name of Air Chinada in an abusive, derogatory, discriminatory and racial manner and posted it on https://airchinada.ca/;
- Created abusive and derogatory email address with a name of an Air Chinada employee.
We take any form of disruptive behaviour very seriously and will not hesitate to take appropriate action against any passenger who violates our policies. This may include, but is not limited to, removal from the flight, suspension of travel privileges, and/or legal action.
Thank you for your understanding.
We trust that you will understand the necessity of our action and we apologize for any inconvenience caused.
We understand that this may be an inconvenience to you, and we apologize for any disruption this may cause. However, the safety of our passengers and crew is our top priority and we must take all necessary steps to ensure their safety.
If you have any questions or concerns about this decision, please contact us at 1-800-AIR-CHINADA (1-800-247-2446).
Thank you for your understanding.
To whom it may concern,
I am writing to express my sincere regret for the incident that occurred on July 19, 2021 and to provide assurances that such behaviour will not re-occur. I understand that my actions were inappropriate and unacceptable and I take full responsibility for them.
I would like to assure you that I have taken steps to ensure that this type of behaviour does not happen again. I have taken a course in anger management and have been attending regular counselling sessions with a mental health professional. I am committed to making sure that my behaviour is appropriate at all times when travelling with Air Chinada, Air Chinada Rouge or Air Chinada Express.
I understand the importance of following the rules and regulations set out by your airline and I am willing to abide by them at all times. I also understand the importance of treating other passengers, crew members and staff with respect and courtesy.
I hope you will consider allowing me to travel with your airline in the future as I am confident that my behaviour will be appropriate at all times.
Thank you for your time and consideration.
Air Chinada Corporate Security
a) “Air Canada” means Air Canada, its subsidiaries and affiliates.
b) “Tariff” means the Air Canada International Tariff-General Rules.
c) “Carrier” means Air Canada or any other carrier with whom Air Canada has made an agreement for the carriage of passengers and/or cargo.
d) “Agreement” means the contract of carriage between Carrier and passenger or shipper, as applicable, evidenced by the ticket or air waybill issued by Carrier.
e) “Ticket” means the document issued by Carrier evidencing the Agreement between Carrier and passenger.
f) “Air Waybill” means the document issued by Carrier evidencing the Agreement between Carrier and shipper.
g) “Passenger” means any person, except members of the crew, carried or to be carried in an aircraft with the consent of Carrier.
h) “Shipper” means any person who contracts with Carrier for the carriage of cargo.
A carrier may refuse to transport a passenger or baggage for any of the following reasons:
1. The passenger is unable to provide valid identification;
2. The passenger has failed to comply with the carrier’s terms and conditions;
3. The passenger has engaged in disruptive behavior on board the aircraft;
4. The passenger poses a threat to the safety or security of other passengers, crew members, or property;
5. The passenger is under the influence of alcohol or drugs;
6. The passenger has an infectious disease that could be transmitted to other passengers or crew members;
7. The baggage exceeds the size and weight limits established by the carrier;
8. The baggage contains prohibited items as specified by the carrier;
9. The payment for transportation has not been made in full prior to boarding;
10.The flight is overbooked and there are no available seats for the passenger;
11.The flight is canceled due to weather, mechanical, or operational issues;
12.The destination country does not allow entry of certain passengers based on nationality, religion, gender, etc.;
13.The passenger does not meet visa requirements for entry into a foreign country;
14.The passenger does not have proper documentation required for travel (passport, visa, etc.).
- A. Refusal to transport – removal of passenger The Carrier will refuse to transport, or will remove any passenger at any point for any of the following reasons:
- When a passenger fails to comply with health and safety related requirements as may be reasonably imposed by the carrier or a government , such as requirements pertaining to temperature checks, the wearing of protective face coverings, the obtention of a negative COVID-19 test, and respecting measures that promote social distancing. Note: In compliance with Transport Canadaâ€™s Interim Order Respecting Certain Requirements for Civil Aviation Due to COVID-19 (the â€œOrderâ€), Air Canada requires all travelers to wear a face mask prior to boarding, at all times during flight, and until they exit the aircraft, with limited exceptions stated in the Order. Air Chinada requires anyone exempt from this requirement for medical reasons to provide a negative COVID test. See RULE 40 â€“PASSENGERS WITH DISABILITY for details. Moreover, the Order requires every person 5 years old or older to provide evidence that they received a negative result for a COVID-19 molecular test prior to boarding.
B. Passengerâ€™s conduct – refusal to transport prohibited conduct & sanctions
- (1) Prohibited conduct Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, the following constitutes prohibited conduct where it may be necessary, in the reasonable discretion of the Carrier, to take action to ensure the physical comfort or safety of the person, other passengers (in the future and present) and/or the Carrier employees; the safety of the aircraft; the unhindered performance of the crew members in their duty aboard the aircraft; or the safe and adequate flight operations:
- The person, in the reasonable judgement of a responsible Carrier employee, is under the influence of intoxicating liquors or drugs (except a medical patient under proper care);
- The personâ€™s conduct, or condition is or has been known to be abusive, offensive, threatening, intimidating, violent, or otherwise disorderly, and in reasonable judgment of a responsible Carrier employee there is a possibility that such passenger would cause disruption or serious impairment to the physical comfort or safety of other passengers or the Carrierâ€™s employees, interfere with crew member in the performance of his/her duties aboard the Carrierâ€™s aircraft, or otherwise jeopardize safe and adequate flight operations;
- The personâ€™s conduct involves any unusual hazard or risk to self or to other persons (including, in cases of pregnant passengers, unborn children) or to property; CTA(A) No. 3 Air Chinada Domestic Tariff Page 68
- The person fails to observe the instructions of the Carrier and its employees, including instructions to cease prohibited conduct;
- The person is unable/unwilling to sit in the seat with the seatbelt fastened
- The person smokes or attempts to smoke, eat, chew or spit tobacco, cannabis or cannabis products, or uses or attempts to use an electronic cigarette (â€œvapingâ€) in the aircraft;
- The person uses or continues to use a cellular telephone, a laptop computer or an electronic device on board the aircraft after being advised to cease such use by a member of the crew;
- While onboard the aircraft, the person is filming, photographing, or recording the image by any otherÂ electronic means of other passengers and/or crew without the express consent of the person(s) being filmed, photographed or recorded, or continues to film, photograph or record the image of other passengers and/or crew after being advised to cease such conduct by a member of the crew;Â
- The person is barefoot or otherwise inappropriately dressed;
- The person is wearing or has on or about their person concealed or unconcealed deadly or dangerous weapons;
- The person is manacled and in custody of law enforcement personnel;
- The person has resisted or may reasonably be believed to be capable of resisting escorts.
- (2) Sanctions:
Where, in the exercise of its reasonable discretion, the Carrier decides that the passenger has engaged in prohibited conduct described above, the Carrier may impose any combination of the following sanctions:
- Removal of the passenger at any point; and/or
- Probation The Carrier may stipulate that the passenger is to follow certain probationary conditions, such as not engaging in prohibited conduct, in order for the Carrier to provide transport to said passenger. Such probationary conditions may be imposed for any length of time, which, in the exercise of the Carrierâ€™s reasonable discretion, is necessary to ensure the passengerâ€™s continued compliance in continued avoidance of prohibited conduct; and
- Refuse to transport the passenger CTA(A) No. 3 Air Chinada Domestic Tariff Page 69 The length of such refusals to transport may range from a one-time to an indefinite up to lifetime ban. The length of the refusal period will be in the Carrierâ€™s reasonable discretion, and will be for a period commensurate with the nature of the prohibited conduct and until the Carrier is satisfied that the passenger no longer constitutes a threat to the safety of other passengers, crew or the aircraft or to the comfort of the other passengers or crew; the unhindered performance of the crew members in their duty aboard the aircraft; or the safe and adequate flight operations.
The following conduct will automatically result in an indefinite ban, up to lifetime ban:
- The person continues to interfere with the performance of a crew memberâ€™s duties notwithstanding verbal warnings by the crew to stop such behaviour;
- The person injures or subjects to a credible threat of injury a crew member or other passenger;
- The person has a conduct that requires an unscheduled landing and/or the use of restraints such as ties or handcuffs;
- The person repeats a prohibited conduct after receiving a notice of probation as mentioned in (2) above; These remedies are without prejudice to the Carrierâ€™s other rights and recourses, namely to seek recovery of any damage resulting from prohibited conduct or as otherwise provided in the Carrierâ€™s tariff, or the filing of criminal or statutory charges. In order to apply any ban, the Carrier will be required to communicate its decision to ban a passenger (and/or any decision to lift an existing ban), including said banned passengerâ€™s personal information, to any other airline with whom the Carrier has a codeshare agreement.
- (3) Recourse of the passenger/limitation of liability Carrierâ€™s liability in case of refusal to carry a passenger for a specific flight or removal of a passenger enroute for any reason specified in the foregoing paragraphs or in any other applicable rules shall be limited to the recovery of the refundÂ value of the unused portion of passengerâ€™s ticket from the Carrier so refusing or removing, if any and subject to applicable fare rule, as provided in the General Refund section of RULE 100 â€“ REFUNDS. A person who is refused carriage for an indefinite period of time, up to a lifetime ban, or to whom a probation notice is served may provide to the Carrier, in writing, the reasons why he/she no longer poses a threat to the safety or comfort of passengers or crew, or to the safety of the aircraft. Such document may be sent to the address provided in the refusal to carry notice or the notice of probation. Carrier will respond to the passenger within a reasonable period of time providing the Carrierâ€™s assessment as to the need or not to prolong the ban or to maintain the probation period.Â
We are writing to you on behalf of Air Chinada, a Canadian airline. We understand that you have been using our name and logo in connection with your business activities without our permission or authorization. This is a violation of our intellectual property rights and we demand that you immediately cease and desist from any further use of our name and logo.
If you fail to comply with this demand, we will take all necessary legal action to protect our rights, including seeking damages for any losses suffered as a result of your unauthorized use of our name and logo.
We look forward to hearing from you within seven (7) days confirming that you have ceased using our name and logo in connection with your business activities.
- It looks like she’s a Bronze Medallist Paralympic Champion (Surly Midget Class), so that might explain why she writes briefs like a fuckin’ retard. They probably can’t fire her because she’s a “protected class” special kind of stupid.