The Canadian government has released a Flight plan for safe air travel that assembles dozens of measures already in place to help restart the aviation industry from the depths of the pandemic and opens possibilities for future developments.
Canadian ultra low-cost carrier Swoop announced Wednesday it will add Toronto to its route map in October.
Canada’s airlines have wasted no time issuing a request for help from the new federal finance minister.
Toronto International Airport lost $96 million dollars in May, June, and July as passenger numbers plummeted during the pandemic.
Chorus reports a $29 million profit in the second quarter as regional aviation begins a slow recovery Halifax-based Chorus Aviation has turned a profit despite the pandemic hammering the world’s airlines. The […]
Four first-year law students have created a free online complaint generator for U.S. passengers wanting a refund for a cancelled flight due to COVID.