For the first time since 1983, Toronto – Pearson was not the busiest airport in Canada, losing the title to Boundary Bay.
In a year of struggle, cargo represents a rare opportunity in Canadian aviation Sensing rare opportunity in the midst of the pandemic, Edmonton International will expand its cargo apron, adding enough space […]
A new course proposes ways tourism companies can survive in the short term and reset their business for a post-COVID recovery.
Aviation leaders sent a plea for help to Ottawa in May. After eight months of waiting, the response arrived this week. Was it worth the wait?
Flair cuts all of the cities added in the late summer and will operate a bare-bones service between only four cities for at least six weeks
Aviation leaders in Canada were left underwhelmed by the help on offer in the federal government’s Fall Economic Statement.