Western Aviation News annual compilation of Canadian airports finances shows the pandemic cost them $2.2 billion in 2020.
Flair announced it will expand its summer 2022 capacity by 33%, with a particular focus on new routes from Edmonton, Alberta.
The Calgary Airport Authority is considering an asset sale as it predicts lower passenger numbers in 2021 due to the pandemic.
Responding to the collapse of tourism to the province, Travel Alberta is creating a strategy to rebuild aviation post-COVID.
“We need tailored government help to ensure the long-term viability of the airport Calgarians and Albertans rely on for the safe and secure passage of people and goods,” – YYC President and CEO Bob Sartor.
Calgary International handled a record number of passengers in 2019, but revenues were $7 million less than forecast. How is that possible? We take a look.