Canadian low-cost carrier Swoop has celebrated its one millionth passenger, just weeks shy of its first birthday.
Global air cargo falls, while passenger growth slows amid trade war, according to data published Wednesday by the International Air Transport Association.
A computer blackout left passengers stranded across North America, and seething at what they call a lack of information from the carrier.
A pair of Air North flights marked the dawn of a new era in aviation in Dawson City when they landed on the North’s first newly-paved runway in 25 years.
WAN OPINION: Canada’s new passenger rights regulations are great politics, mediocre policy, and may make some enforcement worse.
Canada’s Air Passenger Bill of Rights will go ahead this summer, despite wide-spread concern about their scope and applicability. “We are delighted this day has finally happened,” said Transport Minister Marc Garneau. […]
Toronto’s Pearson International Airport is expanding a trial programme to give nearby residents relief from aircraft noise on alternating summer weekends.
The Canadian government is contributing $28 million to build a new terminal building in the northern Manitoba community of Thompson, after the old building started to sink as a result of melting […]