The federal government laid out small hope for Canadian aviation, despite offering few specifics in Wednesday’s Speech from the Throne.
Four first-year law students have created a free online complaint generator for U.S. passengers wanting a refund for a cancelled flight due to COVID.
Canadian ultra low-cost carrier Flair is going all-in on Western Canada this summer, opening new routes and cities once thought to be too small to fill a 737 in a ULCC configuration.
The government of Canada will not be organizing any more repatriation flights, meaning Canadians outside the country will have to make their own arrangements.
When the pandemic started hammering Canada’s airlines, Zoe Elverum the self-described “dwarf [fan]girl who LOVES Air Canada” knew she had to do something. So, like any Millennial, she went online.
Residents of Golden, British Columbia will meet tonight in a virtual town hall to voice their opinions on a looming decision that could have far-reaching ramifications for the future of aviation in small communities.