If there is a glimmer of hope in Canadian aviation, perhaps it is most evident in Vancouver, where a slow emergence from the depths of the pandemic is starting to take shape.
A Royal Canadian Air Force Snowbird crashed shortly after takeoff Sunday from Kamloops Airport.
“I hope that our communities, specifically our remote and Indigenous communities, get the supports that they need moving ahead, and aviation is a big part of that,” said Teara Fraser, CEO of Richmond-based Iskwew Air.
The Snowbirds have announced Operation Inspiration, a cross-Canada tour to boost morale during the pandemic.
Canadian ultra low-cost carrier Flair has become the second airline, after Air Canada, to rehire staff laid off as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. The move is in response to a […]
Unlike in Canada, the United States Department of Transportation has told carriers they must refund passengers when flights are cancelled or significantly delayed.