Canada’s airports say their financial situation is worse than they forecast just six months ago as the pandemic ravages passenger numbers.
Omar Alghabra made his first appearance at the Commons Transport Committee and was grilled about his approach to aviation during COVID-19.
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.
Six union leaders made their case for federal aid for aviation before the Commons Transport Committee in Ottawa.
A new pre-flight testing requirement has not stopped the flow of passengers infected with COVID from entering Canada.