Western Aviation News, for its 100th dispatch, examines the symbiotic relationship between Air Canada and its three domestic hubs in Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver.
Air Canada moved to further strengthen its Pacific hub, announcing new seasonal service from Vancouver to Auckland, New Zealand.
Air Canada solidified its Vancouver hub, Thursday, as it announced plans to shift Q400 aircraft from Eastern Canada to routes within British Columbia for the summer flying season.
Hainan Airlines will launch non-stop service from Vancouver to Shenzhen, becoming the first non-stop Canadian destination from the Chinese metropolis.
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