Flair outlined plans Wednesday to add 14 new Boeing 737 aircraft to its fleet by 2023
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.
Aviation consultant Jim Scott presents his analysis of ways Canada, among others, will move on to a new normal.
City council in Brampton, Ontario called for Pearson International to close to all flights from COVID hotspots, international and domestic.
The government of Canada will contribute $100 million to save a rail line that will link Montreal International Airport to downtown.