Monday marks 25 years since the signing of the first Open Skies agreement between Canada and the United States. The deal allowing air carriers to serve any point in the U.S. from […]
Kelowna, British Columbia, will see its first-ever wide-body passenger service this summer.
Electric aircraft will be exempt from provincial sales taxes thanks to a new initiative put forward Tuesday by the government of British Columbia.
Air Canada executives said Tuesday their airline remains strong, despite facing circumstances that would have posed an “existential threat” to the airline just a few years ago.
More than two years of being overlooked by Canada’s ultra low-cost carriers will come to an end in Ottawa this summer when Flair Airlines expands to the nation’s capital.
A truck logger-turned-pilot who started with a single floatplane serving remote logging camps and built it into the third-busiest airline at Vancouver International Airport has died.