Flying in Canada started to get a little more expensive Tuesday as new fees kicked in.
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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.
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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.
Porter Airlines blames ongoing border and travel restrictions for a decision to prolong its service suspension until at least October 7.