The Transportation Safety Board blamed a lithium-ion battery for starting a fire aboard a Westjet flight in June 2018.
Winnipeg and Fredericton joined the growing list of Canadian airports reporting record passenger numbers in 2018.
Westjet took delivery of its first Boeing 787 Dreamliner at a ceremony Thursday at the Boeing factory in Everett, Washington.
Canada Jetlines announced deals with three Mexican airports to offer service once the ultra low-cost carrier begins operations.
China loomed large as Airbus, Boeing and their suppliers discussed the future of the aviation industry Tuesday in Seattle.
Seeing their colleagues in the United States working without pay during the ongoing partial shutdown of the government, Canadian controllers sent pizza to show their solidarity.
Canadian airports are reporting record-breaking passenger totals for 2018.
In their plans for 2019, Air Canada and rival Westjet are targetting the upscale market. But does the move open opportunities for budget carriers?