Aviation leaders in Canada were left underwhelmed by the help on offer in the federal government’s Fall Economic Statement.
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‘I’m kinda down to my last million.’ How Regina International’s cash crunch epitomizes Canada’s aviation industry
Regina International Airport has about 45 days of cash left, a poignant reminder of the struggles faced by Canada’s aviation industry.
The Chair of Canada’s airline regulator told MPs the law prevents his agency from requiring airlines to pay passenger refunds for cancelled flights.
A Canadian Federal Court Justice ruled he did not have jurisdiction to hear a proposed class action lawsuit over flights cancelled due to COVID.
NAV Canada is reviewing the future of air traffic control towers at six airports across the country as it looks to streamline operations and save money. The agency made the announcement as the Canadian Airports Council renewed calls for help from the federal government.
Canada’s first pre-flight COVID testing trial opens at Vancouver International Airport for Westjet domestic passengers.