The new head of Canadian ultra low-cost carrier Swoop sat down with Western Aviation News for a feature interview about his airline and his hopes for recovery.
Desperate to get people flying again, Canadian ultra low-cost carrier Swoop is turning to airports to share the cost of restarting airline service.
Swoop said Tuesday it would suspend expansion plans in British Columbia and Atlantic Canada as the Westjet subsidiary falls back on core routes in its summer schedule.
Steven Greenway, who was hired to build an ultra low-cost carrier for Westjet more than two years ago, announced Thursday he would leave Swoop.
Advertisements Canadian ultra low-cost carrier Swoop has become the latest victim of the COVID-19 pandemic, drastically cutting its route network as people eliminate all but the most essential travel. As of next […]
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.