After years of record numbers, Canada’s airports report that growth in domestic traffic has stalled through the summer, and shows signs of coming back to Earth.
To counter the risk posed by drones, Ottawa International Airport is partnering with NAV Canada and QinetiQ to tesk new detection technology.
Three Canadian airports – Toronto, Vancouver, and Montreal – figure among world’s 50 most internationally connected, according to a study released Wednesday.
Leaders of four of Canada’s top aerospace companies advised campaigning politicians not to take the Canadian aerospace industry for granted.
Japanese plane manufacturer Mitsubishi is to open a Montreal-area office to support its regional jet ambitions.
Lufthansa has announced five-day-a-week service between Ottawa and its Frankfurt hub for the coming summer season.
Cathay Pacific Airlines will drop its Vancouver – New York (John F. Kennedy) service in time for the busy summer season. The airline created the daily overnight service in 1996, using Vancouver […]
Star Alliance partners Air Canada and Brussels Airlines announced a major upgrade of service between Canada and Belgium for the coming summer.