Grande Prairie is the first Canadian airport to drastically reduce service hours in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Air Canada has further reduced its planned flying for the month of April, dropping routes and cutting frequencies as Canada’s largest carrier continues to feel the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Vancouver International Airport – Canada’s largest hub to the Asia-Pacific region – is preparing to close more than half of its terminal due to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new information released Friday.
Quebec City became the first Canadian airport to announce the layoff of 40 people Friday as the COVID-19 pandemic touches all aspects of aviation.
North America’s largest float plane operator is cancelling all scheduled service, despite vowing earlier this week its planes would continue to serve remote and isolated communities.
The number of layoffs announced in the Canadian aviation industry passed a grim milestone this week – more than 20-thousand people furloughed from their jobs keeping Canada moving.
“This is devastating news for all Westjetters.” Westjet announced 6,900 jobs would be cut as the world’s airlines ring the alarm over the industry’s future.
Airports across the country are stepping up measures to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic. All have increased cleaning, while some are going as far as banning access to their terminal except for […]