For the first time since 1983, Toronto – Pearson was not the busiest airport in Canada, losing the title to Boundary Bay.
Edmonton to expand cargo apron
In a year of struggle, cargo represents a rare opportunity in Canadian aviation Sensing rare opportunity in the midst of the pandemic, Edmonton International will expand its cargo apron, adding enough space […]
Toronto to launch employee COVID testing
Toronto International will offer employee rapid COVID testing in a trial that could have widespread implications for Canadas aviation sector.
The untold story of how the world’s first commercial electric flight almost didn’t happen
It’s the little things: the developer of the electric engine behind Harbour Air’s history-making flight reveals how it almost didn’t happen.
Reset, rethink, resize, re-adjust, restart and re-learn – the new tourism reality
A new course proposes ways tourism companies can survive in the short term and reset their business for a post-COVID recovery.
Travel Alberta looks to rebuild aviation
Responding to the collapse of tourism to the province, Travel Alberta is creating a strategy to rebuild aviation post-COVID.