ACE Aviation Holdings

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ACE Aviation Holdings Inc.
Public
Traded as NEXACE.H
Industry Airline
Founded Montreal, Quebec (2004)
Headquarters Montreal, Quebec
Key people
Robert A. Milton - Chairman, President & CEO, ACE Aviation Holdings Inc.
Products Passenger Air & Cargo Travel
Revenue Increase$10 billion CAD
Number of employees
33,090 (2008)[1]
Website aceaviation.com

ACE Aviation Holdings Inc. is a Canadian holding company that is the former parent company of Air Canada. It is headquartered in Montreal.[2]

History[edit]

ACE Aviation Holdings Incorporated was created as Air Canada emerged from bankruptcy in 2004. One of the more significant changes was the merging of its six small airlines into Air Canada and Air Canada Jazz.

The company planned a wind up and distribute its assets back to its shareholders by no earlier than mid-2013. While most of the core aviation assets have been disposed of the corporate website continues to operate until all assets are fully disposed of. The company no longer has a board and executive with all liquidation being managed by outside party Ernst and Young and ACE Holdings maintains a head office at Tour CIBC in downtown Montreal.

Former operating divisions[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Company Profile for ACE Aviation Holdings Inc (CA;ACE.A)". Retrieved 2008-10-06. 
  2. ^ "Get in Touch." ACE Aviation. Retrieved on September 17, 2009. "ACE Aviation Holdings Inc., 5100 de Maisonneuve Blvd. West Montreal, Quebec H4A 3T2"