Ottawa has approved the merger of Air Canada and Transat, signalling a post-COVID shakeup in the country’s aviation landscape.
Pre-confederation, we had no rail, we had no bus. Except for limited flights, that’s where we are now
With additional restrictions on international arrivals, Canada’s airlines entered their darkest days of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Carriers suspend Mexico and Caribbean service, increasing pressure on their bottom lines, amid renewed calls for airline aid.
Transat shareholders approved a merger with Air Canada even as executives confirmed and rejected a competing offer.
“Where is the Canadian government?And why is it not acting more resolutely to support the aeronautics and airline industry in this unprecedented situation?”
A Canadian Federal Court Justice ruled he did not have jurisdiction to hear a proposed class action lawsuit over flights cancelled due to COVID.