With additional restrictions on international arrivals, Canada’s airlines entered their darkest days of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Carriers suspend Mexico and Caribbean service, increasing pressure on their bottom lines, amid renewed calls for airline aid.
A Canadian Federal Court Justice ruled he did not have jurisdiction to hear a proposed class action lawsuit over flights cancelled due to COVID.
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.