Western Aviation News annual compilation of Canadian airports finances shows the pandemic cost them $2.2 billion in 2020.
Canada’s airlines signalled they will take advantage of Canada’s border opening to restart dozens of services to the United States.
Flair Airlines has outlined plans to return to the United States in the winter, signalling confidence in the market and its own abilities.
Edmonton city council approved almost $10 million to help build the city’s air service as Canada and the world recovers from the pandemic.
Air Canada said top executives would return bonuses and stocks awarded even as the airline negotiated a taxpayer-funded aid package.
Aviation consultant Jim Scott presents his analysis of ways Canada, among others, will move on to a new normal.