European ultra low-cost carrier Norwegian Airlines will pull out of Canada on September 15, dropping its only route between Hamilton and Dublin.
Hamilton International, whose passenger traffic has more than doubled in the past two years, has come up with an innovative way to feed all those passengers: food service from a shipping container.
KF Aerospace broke ground on a $30 million expansion of its aircraft maintenance facility in Hamilton.
Swoop became the first Canadian ultra low-cost carrier to offer scheduled service Mexico when it launched flight WO660 from Hamilton to Puerto Vallarta.
Canadian ultra low-cost airlines Flair Air and Swoop are duking it out for supremacy among passengers searching for the lowest fares, and it’s the people of Edmonton, Alberta who are benefitting. Both […]
Ultra low-cost carrier Canadian Swoop has released its core summer schedule, concentrating on markets the airline already knows well. Swoop maintains its structure of a hub in Hamilton, Ontario and a concentration […]