With additional restrictions on international arrivals, Canada’s airlines entered their darkest days of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The leaders of the Atlantic Canada Airports Association will tell a Commons committee Thursday about the brutal beating they’ve suffered as a result of COVID.
Canadian ultra low cost carrier Flair is turning to the Boeing 737 Max 8 as its aircraft of the future, adding 13 planes to its fleet.
While pressure is growing on Ottawa to clamp down on international flights, we look at where most COVID warnings are coming from.
With a Calgary departure for Vancouver, Westjet operated the first Boeing 737 Max revenue flight in Canadian skies in almost two years.
Central Mountain Air is suspending three routes in British Columbia and Alberta, telling communities to lobby Ottawa for financial aid.