The number of layoffs announced in the Canadian aviation industry passed a grim milestone this week – more than 20-thousand people furloughed from their jobs keeping Canada moving.
How airlines behave in the next few days will greatly influence the public’s willingness to help them weather the COVID-19 storm.
Canadian charter carrier Sunwing is stepping up to help stranded Canadians get home by offering free seats on repatriation flights, including non-Sunwing passengers.
Charter carrier Sunwing has issued layoff notices to hundreds of unionized employees as the effects of COVID-19 ravage the airline industry.
Canada’s smaller airlines are asking Ottawa for “immediate government financial support” as the industry deals with a downturn like no other.
Swoop and Sunwing have partnered on flights to Mexico, adding another wrinkle to Canada’s highly competitive leisure travel market.
Sunwing announced Thursday it has removed its four Boeing 737 Max aircraft entirely from the winter schedule.
Two employees of Sunwing Airlines at Toronto’s Pearson International Airport have been charged with trying to import cocaine into Canada. The pair was swept up as part of an RCMP drug bust […]