Westjet slammed the federal government’s approval of the Air Canada-Transat merger, calling it “a serious setback to Canada’s economy.”
Pre-confederation, we had no rail, we had no bus. Except for limited flights, that’s where we are now
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.
The leaders of the Atlantic Canada Airports Association will tell a Commons committee Thursday about the brutal beating they’ve suffered as a result of COVID.
With a Calgary departure for Vancouver, Westjet operated the first Boeing 737 Max revenue flight in Canadian skies in almost two years.
Vancouver International Airport reported promising interim results from its pre-flight COVID rapid testing trial.