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.
Canada’s Transport Minister said Boeing 737 MAX certification would come ‘very soon’ after the FAA approved the type’s return to service.
Max Ward, bush pilot and airline founder, who helped usher in the era of airline deregulation, has died in Edmonton.
The town of Golden, British Columbia has voted to save its airport, despite projecting deficits for years to come.
Chanting “mayday,” hundreds of people staged a protest on Parliament Hill in Ottawa to demand government action to save aviation jobs.