The chief executive at Edmonton International Airport sees trends that bode well for aviation, despite the raging pandemic.
A new study from New Zealand shows likely in-flight COVID spread and backs quarantine periods for international flights.
Westjet said Friday it will suspend 24 routes in the coming weeks, cutting 230 weekly frequencies, and make cuts affecting 1,000 workers.
Pre-flight COVID testing within 72 hours of departure is now in effect for all international passengers bound for Canada.
Canada’s Westjet said it will be ready to fly Boeing 737 Max aircraft as of January 21 almost two years after the type’s global grounding.
More than 4,100 Canadians have visited Hawai’i since the state opened its borders to people to test COVID negative before their flight.