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Article posted by Airband, above, says that before this purchase Amazon had 80 aircraft in their fleet!  I had no idea their operation was so big.

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What if Right sizing means getting rid of a large percentage of the fleet? Should a government help pay the rent or loan payments for underutilized/stored aircraft? I don't how many Westjet aircr

I think it was one of several prerequisites, as was a revised Transat deal.  If the government is to support the industry, it must be based on some kind of sustainable basis going forward. Trying

I have family that is transitioning from CERB as well.  Although they do qualify for EI they took another route.  They got a JOB.  

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Article posted by Airband, above, says that before this purchase Amazon had 80 aircraft in their fleet!  I had no idea their operation was so big.

Some interesting numbers:

How many planes does FedEx have?
650 aircraft
 
FedEx Express operates the world's largest cargo air fleet with more than 650 aircraft, and is the largest operator of the Airbus A300, ATR 42, Cessna 208, McDonnell Douglas DC-10/MD-10, and the McDonnell Douglas MD-11.

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WestJet announces 737 MAX return-to-service plan (newswire.ca)

First guest flight set for January 21 pending Transport Canada opening of skies

CALGARY, AB, Jan. 6, 2021 /CNW/ - WestJet today announced its intent to return its fleet of 737 MAX aircraft to passenger service in a phased and transparent approach. The airline's plans follow an announcement from Transport Canada (TC) on December 17, 2020 where TC safety experts validated the aircraft design changes and outlined requirements for Canadian carriers.

Transport Canada's validation followed that of the U.S. Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) on November 18, 2020.

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WestJet announced its intent to return its fleet of 737 MAX aircraft to passenger service, in a phased and transparent approach. (CNW Group/WESTJET, an Alberta Partnership)
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WestJet announced its intent to return its fleet of 737 MAX aircraft to passenger service, in a phased and transparent approach. (CNW Group/WESTJET, an Alberta Partnership)
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WestJet announced its intent to return its fleet of 737 MAX aircraft to passenger service, in a phased and transparent approach. (CNW Group/WESTJET, an Alberta Partnership)
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WestJet announced its intent to return its fleet of 737 MAX aircraft to passenger service, in a phased and transparent approach. (CNW Group/WESTJET, an Alberta Partnership)
WestJet announced its intent to return its fleet of 737 MAX aircraft to passenger service, in a phased and transparent approach. (CNW Group/WESTJET, an Alberta Partnership)WestJet announced its intent to return its fleet of 737 MAX aircraft to passenger service, in a phased and transparent approach. (CNW Group/WESTJET, an Alberta Partnership)WestJet announced its intent to return its fleet of 737 MAX aircraft to passenger service, in a phased and transparent approach. (CNW Group/WESTJET, an Alberta Partnership)WestJet announced its intent to return its fleet of 737 MAX aircraft to passenger service, in a phased and transparent approach. (CNW Group/WESTJET, an Alberta Partnership)
 

"As we continue working with Transport Canada on the additional Canadian requirements, our first MAX will be ready to return safely to service as of January 21," said Ed Sims, WestJet President and CEO. "While we don't have final confirmation on when TC will open Canadian airspace to the 737 MAX aircraft, in the interest of transparency we are sharing our intent to fly once this confirmation is received."

"The FAA, the European Union Aviation Safety Agency and numerous other regulatory bodies around the world have spent more than a year examining the MAX aircraft to provide recommended changes to software, pilot training and maintenance requirements. We are confident with the changes they have mandated," continued Sims. "In particular, the deliberate, detailed and independent scrutiny applied by Transport Canada's National Aircraft Certification team, which prescribed additional requirements to pilot procedures and training, provides further confidence in the aircraft and its safe return."

WestJet will take a phased approach to re-entry for its MAX aircraft beginning with non-commercial test flights that are anticipated to start in mid January. On January 21, pending Transport Canada's reopening of the Canadian airspace to commercial flights for the 737 MAX, the airline plans to operate three roundtrip flights, per week, between Calgary and Toronto. The schedule will remain in place for four weeks, while evaluating further routes and additional frequencies. WestJet currently operates six daily flights between the two cities.

"We are dedicated to restoring guest confidence in this aircraft through our safe operation, while providing the transparency and the flexibility that some of our guests may still require," concluded Sims. "We will be forthcoming with our guests on where the MAX aircraft are flying, and we will be flexible with our change and cancel policy to ensure our guests can make their travel plans confidently."

WestJet has created a variety of resources to assist guests in feeling comfortable, including a behind-the-scenes video looking at the pilot and maintenance team efforts that went into safely returning the aircraft to the skies. Details can be found on the website: www.westjet.com/maxinfo.

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Since the start of the pandemic the WestJet Group of Companies has built a layered framework of safety measures to ensure Canadians can continue to travel safely and responsibly through the airline's Safety Above All hygiene program. During this time, WestJet has maintained its status as one of the top-10 on-time airlines in North America as named by Cirium.

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Recent recognition includes:
2021 Five Star Major Airline (APEX)
2020/2019 Number-One Ranked Canadian Airline Loyalty Program in Member Engagement (Bond Brand Loyalty)
2019/2018/2017 Best Airline in Canada (TripAdvisor Travellers' Choice awards for Airlines) 
2019 Winner Among Mid-Sized Airlines in North America (TripAdvisor Travellers' Choice awards for Airlines)
2019/2018 Number-One-Ranked Airline Credit Card in Canada (Rewards Canada)

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B.C. Supreme Court gives OK to class-action lawsuit against WestJet over baggage fee

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By Doyle Potenteau  Global News
Posted January 7, 2021 4:18 pm
 Updated January 7, 2021 4:28 pm
In a court ruling published on Thursday in B.C., the plaintiff claimed that WestJet charged for baggage fees during a time period when customers would not have to pay a fee for their first checked bag.
In a court ruling published on Thursday in B.C., the plaintiff claimed that WestJet charged for baggage fees during a time period when customers would not have to pay a fee for their first checked bag. Global News

A class-action lawsuit against WestJet Airlines has been given the green light by B.C.’s Supreme Court.

This week, B.C. Supreme Court Justice J. Francis ruled in favour of plaintiff Phebe-Joy Trotman, who was seeking a class proceeding against WestJet regarding its baggage-fee charges from 2014 to 2019.

In the lengthy court ruling, which can be viewed here, the plaintiff claimed that WestJet charged a baggage fee during a time period when customers would not have to pay a fee for their first checked bag.

“The plaintiff claims that, by charging fees for baggage carriage in a manner contrary to WestJet’s own tariffs, WestJet violated the Competition Act, breached its contract with its customers, and was unjustly enriched,” the court ruling explained.

 

The decision also noted that “by law, every commercial airline in Canada must publish tariffs, which form part of the airline’s contract with each of its customers.”

It said for domestic flights, the requirement to publish and display tariffs is set out in the Canada Transportation Act. For international flights, the requirement is set out under Air Transportation Regulations.

The court decision went into detail about WestJet’s baggage fees, noting that “from October 2014 to March 2016, WestJet’s domestic tariff contained conflicting provisions with respect to the price of the first checked bag on a domestic WestJet flight.”

For example, it said, “the carrier will accept one piece of checked baggage without charge for a passenger only for the flight on which the passenger is travelling.”

But it also said, “a first, second, third or fourth piece of checked baggage … will be charged according to the fee tables below.”

It also noted that, “between September 2014 and February 2018, WestJet charged passengers travelling domestically on econo fares, WestJet vacations and group fares $25 for their first checked bag.”

 

The court decision also said WestJet’s international tariff contained a similar inconsistency from January 17, 2016, until March 2019.

The court noted that Section 54 of the Competition Act “makes it an offence for a merchant to express two or more prices to a customer at the time of purchase and to charge the higher price.”

The decision also described WestJet’s arguments, but the court ultimately sided with Trotman, stating “I find that the plaintiff has met the requirements for certification set out in s. 4 of the (Class Proceedings Act). Accordingly, I certify this matter as a class proceeding.”

The court then said the parties shall set a case management conference to take place within 90 days.

Global News reached out to WetJet regarding the court decision, but the company declined comment, stating the matter is still before the courts.

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In our case baggage was always a challenge when we went south because of our scuba gear. In the early days of WestJet I was approached by an WJ exec and asked what I felt was appropriate as far as free baggage - sports equipment, (in our case scuba gear), and I basically gave him the list that was pretty well identical to  AC and Air Transat. WestJet did come out with a sports gear/scuba free baggage and actually copied AC and Air Transat.

I did advise WestJet that there was no real reason to include ONE  EMPTY SCUBA tank per person but they put it on their FREE list anyhow. We went south on all three carriers for over 18 years and NOT ONCE did I ever see, talk to, or hear of anyone bringing their own air tank....why would you when every dive shop has tanks available at destination and if you wanted to go off the reservation there would be a dive shop where you could RENT a tank for a very low fee.

 

I have digressed but the point I want to make is  that it doesn't hurt to copy/print a carriers baggage policy out when going on a flight and if there is an incident that should be in your favour, drag out their own policy. We always carried the policy with us and only about three times did I have to bring it out and normally it was because of a new check-in agent who was not up to speed on carried  sports equipment.

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WestJet Slashes Capacity in Response to Rushed Government Testing Regime


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Jan 08, 2021, 09:39 ET

 

 

WestJet Group to stand down equivalent of 1,000 employees and reduce capacity by a third

CALGARY, AB, Jan. 8, 2021 /CNW/ - WestJet today announced further cuts to its schedule as the airline continues to face volatile demand and instability in the face of continuing federal government travel advisories and restrictions.

As a result of the reduction in capacity, the equivalent of 1,000 employees across the WestJet Group of Companies will be impacted through a combination of furloughs, temporary layoffs, unpaid leaves and reduced hours. There will also be a hiring freeze implemented.

"Immediately following the federal government's inbound testing announcement on December 31, and with the continuation of the 14-day quarantine, we saw significant reductions in new bookings and unprecedented cancellations," said Ed Sims, WestJet President and CEO. "The entire travel industry and its customers are again on the receiving end of incoherent and inconsistent government policy. We have advocated over the past 10 months for a coordinated testing regime on Canadian soil, but this hasty new measure is causing Canadian travellers unnecessary stress and confusion and may make travel unaffordable, unfeasible and inaccessible for Canadians for years to come." 

"Regrettably, this new policy leaves us with no other option but to again place a large number of our employees on leave, while impacting the pay of others," continued Sims. "This is a cruel outcome for loyal and hardworking staff who have been diligently working through the pandemic."          

With today's announcement the airline will remove approximately 30 per cent of its currently planned February and March capacity from the schedule, a more than 80 per cent reduction year over year. In addition, the airline will reduce domestic frequencies by 160 departures as frequently evolving advisories, travel restrictions and guidance continue to negatively impact demand trends. Any impacted guests will be contacted directly.   

Network impact by the numbers:

  • With the planned reductions, WestJet will operate at a more than 80 per cent reduction year over year.
  • Specific to international markets, capacity will be down 93 per cent year over year where the airline will be operating only five daily flights compared to 100 last year
  • Elimination of more than 230 weekly departures (including 160 domestic) and removal of more than 30 per cent of capacity versus prior months.
  • Suspension of 11 routes (Edmonton-Cancun, Edmonton- Puerto Vallarta, Edmonton-Phoenix, Vancouver-Cancun, Vancouver-Phoenix, Vancouver-Puerto Vallarta, Vancouver-Cabo, Vancouver-Los Angeles, Vancouver-Palm Springs, Calgary-Las Vegas, Calgary-Orlando).
  • Seasonal suspension of 13 international and transborder destinations (Antigua, Aruba, Barbados, Bonaire, Huatulco, Ixtapa, London (Gatwick), Mazatlán, Nassau (Bahamas), Port of Spain, San Jose (Costa Rica), Tampa, and Turks and Caicos.
  • The airline will operate approximately 150 daily departures, returning to levels not seen since June 2001.

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This is horrible news and I just can’t help but think, WJ is spot on here.  Again, like pulling out of the east that this is a shot straight across the government’s bow.   Before this announcement I believe WJ was down to approximately 4500 employees across the system.  This will bring WJ to around 3500 total employee’s most are pilots, around 2200.  
Operating the size of 2001, yikes. 

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WestJet Slashes Capacity in Response to Rushed Government Testing Regime


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WESTJET, an Alberta Partnership 

Jan 08, 2021, 09:39 ET

 

 

WestJet Group to stand down equivalent of 1,000 employees and reduce capacity by a third

CALGARY, AB, Jan. 8, 2021 /CNW/ - WestJet today announced further cuts to its schedule as the airline continues to face volatile demand and instability in the face of continuing federal government travel advisories and restrictions.

As a result of the reduction in capacity, the equivalent of 1,000 employees across the WestJet Group of Companies will be impacted through a combination of furloughs, temporary layoffs, unpaid leaves and reduced hours. There will also be a hiring freeze implemented.

"Immediately following the federal government's inbound testing announcement on December 31, and with the continuation of the 14-day quarantine, we saw significant reductions in new bookings and unprecedented cancellations," said Ed Sims, WestJet President and CEO. "The entire travel industry and its customers are again on the receiving end of incoherent and inconsistent government policy. We have advocated over the past 10 months for a coordinated testing regime on Canadian soil, but this hasty new measure is causing Canadian travellers unnecessary stress and confusion and may make travel unaffordable, unfeasible and inaccessible for Canadians for years to come." 

"Regrettably, this new policy leaves us with no other option but to again place a large number of our employees on leave, while impacting the pay of others," continued Sims. "This is a cruel outcome for loyal and hardworking staff who have been diligently working through the pandemic."          

With today's announcement the airline will remove approximately 30 per cent of its currently planned February and March capacity from the schedule, a more than 80 per cent reduction year over year. In addition, the airline will reduce domestic frequencies by 160 departures as frequently evolving advisories, travel restrictions and guidance continue to negatively impact demand trends. Any impacted guests will be contacted directly.   

Network impact by the numbers:

  • With the planned reductions, WestJet will operate at a more than 80 per cent reduction year over year.
  • Specific to international markets, capacity will be down 93 per cent year over year where the airline will be operating only five daily flights compared to 100 last year
  • Elimination of more than 230 weekly departures (including 160 domestic) and removal of more than 30 per cent of capacity versus prior months.
  • Suspension of 11 routes (Edmonton-Cancun, Edmonton- Puerto Vallarta, Edmonton-Phoenix, Vancouver-Cancun, Vancouver-Phoenix, Vancouver-Puerto Vallarta, Vancouver-Cabo, Vancouver-Los Angeles, Vancouver-Palm Springs, Calgary-Las Vegas, Calgary-Orlando).
  • Seasonal suspension of 13 international and transborder destinations (Antigua, Aruba, Barbados, Bonaire, Huatulco, Ixtapa, London (Gatwick), Mazatlán, Nassau (Bahamas), Port of Spain, San Jose (Costa Rica), Tampa, and Turks and Caicos.
  • The airline will operate approximately 150 daily departures, returning to levels not seen since June 2001.

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More than 50 COVID-19 flights through Calgary in first week of 2021

BY CITYNEWS STAFF

Posted Jan 10, 2021 5:06 pm MST

 
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CALGARY (CityNews) – In the first week of the new year, more than 50 flights that passed through the Calgary airport have been confirmed to have carried passengers with COVID-19.

The federal government is reporting that Calgary’s airport received 35 international flights with cases of the virus between Jan. 1 and 7. Domestically, 23 flights departed or arrived in the city within the same timeframe.

A full list of Calgary’s affected flights is below.

The days of Jan. 2 and Jan. 3 saw the most impacted flights.

On Jan. 7, the federal government instituted new rules guiding travellers returning to Canada.

Meanwhile, Premier Jason Kenney has reaffirmed the safety of airline travel and the importance of the airline industry in the fallout of the MLA travel scandal.

All passengers on the below flights are advised to self-monitor for symptoms.

 

DOMESTIC

January 1 (2)

WestJet                WS3225                Calgary to Edmonton                      (rows 13-19)

Air Canada           AC214                   Vancouver to Calgary                      (rows 24-30)

 

January 2 (9)

WestJet                WS735                  London to Calgary                            (rows 10-16)

WestJet                WS3188                Grande Prairie to Calgary                (rows 7-13)

WestJet                WS253                  Calgary to Kelowna                          (rows 3-9)

WestJet                WS155                  Calgary to Edmonton                       (rows 1-7)

WestJet                WS3189                Calgary to Grande Prairie                (rows 2-8)

WestJet                WS129                  Calgary to Vancouver                      (rows 5-11)

WestJet                WS3235                Calgary to Victoria                           (rows 16-19)

WestJet                WS139                  Calgary to Vancouver                      (rows 10-16)

Flair                      F8186                    Calgary to Vancouver                      (rows 6-12)

 

January 3 (6)

WestJet/Delta      WS227/DL6329    Calgary to Victoria                            (rows 10-16)

WestJet               WS449                  Calgary to Victoria                            (rows 16-22)

WestJet               WS3295                Calgary to Victoria                            (rows 10-16)

WestJet               WS657                  Toronto to Calgary                           (rows 23-29)

Air Canada          AC202                   Vancouver to Calgary                      (rows 1-4, 12-14)

Air Canada          AC228                   Vancouver to Calgary                      (rows 19-25)

 

January 4 (3)

WestJet               WS3229                Calgary to Edmonton                       (rows 1-6)

WestJet               WS657                  Toronto to Calgary                           (rows 13-19)

Air Canada          AC221                   Calgary to Vancouver                      (rows 28-33)

 

January 5 (1)

Air Canada          AC145                   Toronto to Calgary                           (rows 34-40)

 

January 7 (2)

WestJet               WS4029                Fort Mackay/Firebag to Calgary      (rows 8-14)

Air Canada          AC202                   Vancouver to Calgary                      (rows 17-22)

 

INTERNATIONAL

January 1 (7)

WestJet                            WS2311                Cancun to Calgary                            (rows unknown)

WestJet                            WS2289                Los Cabos to Calgary                       (rows 17-23)

WestJet                            WS1511                Los Angeles to Calgary                     (rows 24-30)

WestJet                            WS1403                Phoenix to Calgary                           (rows 7-13)

KLM Royal Dutch             KL677                    Amsterdam to Calgary                     (rows 19-25)

American Airlines             AA5986                 Phoenix to Calgary                           (rows 1-6)

American Airlines             AA3505                 Dallas to Calgary                              (rows unknown)

 

January 2 (11)

WestJet                                WS1469                Palm Springs to Calgary                    (rows 2-8, 13-19, 25-29)

WestJet                                WS2311                Cancun to Calgary                             (rows 19-25)

WestJet                                WS2247                Puerto Vallarta to Calgary                  (rows 14-20)

WestJet                                WS1403                Phoenix to Calgary                            (rows unknown)

WestJet                                WS2289                Los Cabos to Calgary                        (rows 1-7, 19-31)

WestJet                                WS1417                Orlando to Calgary                            (rows 8-14, 23-29)

KLM Royal Dutch                 KL679                    Amsterdam to Calgary                      (rows unknown)

Delta/WestJet          DL4051/WS6308                Minneapolis to Calgary                     (rows 12-18)

American Airlines                  AA3505                 Dallas to Calgary                               (rows 12-18)

American Airlines                  AA3839                 Dallas to Calgary                               (rows 10-16)

Air Canada                           AC987                   Cancun to Calgary                             (rows 12-15, 21-27)

 

January 3 (8)

WestJet                            WS2289                Los Cabos to Calgary                       (rows 2-8)

WestJet                            WS2247                Puerto Vallarta to Calgary                (rows 3-10, 18-24)

WestJet                            WS1403                Phoenix to Calgary                           (rows 6-12, 23-30)

WestJet                            WS2313                Cancun to Calgary                            (rows 23-29)

WestJet                            WS1511                Los Angeles to Calgary                     (rows 13-19)

WestJet                            WS1501                Las Vegas to Calgary                        (rows 19-24)

Delta/WestJet     DL4051/WS6308                Minneapolis to Calgary                     (rows unknown)

American Airlines             AA3505                 Dallas to Calgary                               (rows 16-22)

 

January 4 (5)

WestJet                            WS1517                Phoenix to Calgary                           (rows 25-30)

WestJet                            WS1403                Phoenix to Calgary                           (rows 1-6, 18-30)

WestJet                            WS2247                Puerto Vallarta to Calgary                 (rows 15-24)

United Airlines                  UA4794                Denver to Calgary                              (rows 7-13)

American Airlines             AA3839                 Dallas to Calgary                               (rows 6-12)

 

January 5 (2)

WestJet                            WS2247                Puerto Vallarta to Calgary                 (rows 1-7)

WestJet                            WS2313                Cancun to Calgary                            (rows 2-8, 20-26)

 

January 6 (2)

WestJet                            WS2379                Huatulco to Calgary                          (rows 4-10, 20-26)

American Airlines             AA220                   Phoenix to Calgary                           (rows 18-24)

 

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6 minutes ago, AIP said:

I must have missed something, why the reference to "Captain" Jeff Martin ???

What I posted was the official news release from WestJet so your guess is as good as mine. 😀

But according to the following it does appear he is qualified for the title of Captain.

AuthorJeff Martin

Jeffrey (Jeff) Martin joined WestJet in September 2018 as Chief Operating Officer (COO). As COO, Jeff is responsible for WestJet's Flight Operations (including the Operational Control Centre), Guest Experience (Contact Centre and Inflight), Airports, Technical (Maintenance) Operations, and the business strategy and execution of WestJet Encore. Jeff comes to WestJet with more than 28 years of extensive commercial aviation and operational experience, having most recently served as Executive Vice President of Operations, where he was responsible for Technical Operations, System Operations, Safety, Security, Flight Operations, Training and Regulatory Compliance for the sixth largest airline in the U.S. Prior to that he held various leadership roles at Southwest Airlines, where he started as a pilot and, over two decades, progressed to Vice President of the Operations Coordination Centre. Throughout his career, he has maintained his currency as a line pilot and civilian flight instructor and continued to fly. He maintains an Airline Transport Pilot Licence and is captain qualified on the DC-10, Boeing 737 and Airbus A320 aircraft. He also served in the United States Air Force flying KC-10s prior to beginning his commercial aviation career. In addition to his work in the aviation industry, Jeff has been a board member at LaSalle Hotel Properties since October 2016. Jeff and his wife, Susan, have relocated in Calgary and look forward to taking advantage of WestJet’s growing network out of the airline’s YYC hub. Jeff’s passions also extend beyond all things aviation, and often involve adventure and competition, as he enjoys sailboat racing and cycling.

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3 hours ago, Canoehead said:

Kinda begs the question, did he get his Canadian ATPL and did he actually stay and maintain "current" as a line pilot at WJA? Bet I know the answer. 

That said, he certainly has an impressive resume (on the surface).

I believe he got his Canadian ATPL but not sure. He was also responsible for Tech Ops. I've talked to him many times, he's a genuine, caring guy and I wish him and his family well.

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