A Royal Canadian Air Force Snowbird crashed shortly after takeoff Sunday from Kamloops Airport.
Halifax-based Chorus predicted Friday that regional flying will lead the recovery from the pandemic, and believe their fleet of turboprops and regional jets is well placed to take advantage of opportunities.
Toronto International Airport produced a $6.6 million net income in first three months of the year, before the COVID-19 pandemic’s full impact was felt.
“I hope that our communities, specifically our remote and Indigenous communities, get the supports that they need moving ahead, and aviation is a big part of that,” said Teara Fraser, CEO of Richmond-based Iskwew Air.
The same day it announced layoffs affecting 25% of its staff, Vancouver International was named best airport in the 20-30 million passenger category.
Hamilton International’s Cathie Puckering sees an opportunity emerging from the COVID-19 in cargo operations.
Toronto Pearson’s new chief executive is calling on governments to support the airport of the future that include biometrics, egates, and CT scanners.
Air Canada announced a $1 billion first quarter loss in 2020 as the effects of the COVID pandemic started to take hold.