Canada’s Minister of Transport appeared Friday to rule out forcing airlines to reimburse travellers for cancelled flights during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Federal wage subsidies could help beleaguered Canadian airlines and their employees to the tune of more than $600 million by June 6, when the subsidy period expires.
Two Canadians are asking the Supreme Court of weigh in on the country’s passenger rights protections, arguing delay provisions discriminate against people with spinal cord injuries.
Global air cargo falls, while passenger growth slows amid trade war, according to data published Wednesday by the International Air Transport Association.
Canada’s Air Passenger Bill of Rights will go ahead this summer, despite wide-spread concern about their scope and applicability. “We are delighted this day has finally happened,” said Transport Minister Marc Garneau. […]
Canadian Transport Minister Marc Garneau has told the Canadian Transportation Agency, which regulates airlines, to lower the threshold for rules for planes delayed on the tarmac to less than three hours.
Canada’s Transport Minister has taken final approval of airline joint ventures away from the Competition Bureau, injecting a political element into what used to be an independent assessment.
Struggling Icelandic carrier WOW Air received a much-needed lifeline Tuesday as bondholders agreed to convert their debt holdings into equity.