A microscopic virus is raising questions about a business deal that would reshape the future of Canada’s aviation industry.
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If there is a glimmer of hope in Canadian aviation, perhaps it is most evident in Vancouver, where a slow emergence from the depths of the pandemic is starting to take shape.
Vancouver International Airport said Tuesday its passenger numbers in April dropped almost 97% from the same month in 2019, suggesting traffic fell more during the pandemic than has previously been reported.
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.
Canada’s Westjet is bowing to mounting regulatory and public pressure and offering refunds on some of its flights cancelled due to the global pandemic.
The bill to make Canadians feel safe enough to travel could be in the “hundreds of millions” once the COVID-19 pandemic eases, according to an estimate by the Canadian Airports Council.
Hobbled by the COVID-19 pandemic, Canadian ultra low-cost carrier Flair has abandoned expansion plans set for this summer.