Canadian airports have been busy this week laying out their plans to welcome a nervous but growing travelling public. While they all emphasize safety, important regional differences are emerging.
Electrostatic cleaning, physical distancing, plexiglass, temperature checks, and signage are among the new measures at Vancouver International Airport meant to restore the public’s faith in the safety of aviation.
Officials are trying to figure out how a FedEx Boeing 767 veered off a straight section of taxiway and onto the grass at Vancouver International Airport Thursday morning.
Desperate to get people flying again, Canadian ultra low-cost carrier Swoop is turning to airports to share the cost of restarting airline service.
The International Air Transport Association – an umbrella group representing the world’s major airlines – said carriers expect to lose $84.3 billion (U.S.) this year and face a hard winter ahead.
Travellers who have a fever will be denied boarding and told to wait two weeks before the can fly again, according to government orders issued Friday.