The Canadian government is contributing $28 million to build a new terminal building in the northern Manitoba community of Thompson, after the old building started to sink as a result of melting […]
Union members confronted Vancouver International chief executive Craig Richmond at the authority’s annual public meeting over contract changes that could see more than 90 people lose their jobs.
In a wide-ranging interview, Flair Airlines Executive Chairman David Tait opens up about the industry, and his company’s place in it.
Boeing reported lower net earnings Wednesday, reflecting the pain of the grounding of the Boeing 737 Max around the world.
India’s Jet Airways collapsed Wednesday, grounding all its planes worldwide.
As Vancouver celebrates its 10th Best in North America airport title, WAN looks at the reasons, and the challenges success can bring.
Canada’s Transport Minister has taken final approval of airline joint ventures away from the Competition Bureau, injecting a political element into what used to be an independent assessment.
U.S. investment firm 777 Partners has bought a 25% share of Edmonton ultra low-cost carrier Flair Airlines for an undisclosed sum.