A special committee of Transat’s board which is reviewing the company’s future, including its proposed merger with Air Canada, has advised shareholders to reject Groupe Mach’s offer to buy 19.5% of Transat shares.
Canada’s Transport Minister has taken final approval of airline joint ventures away from the Competition Bureau, injecting a political element into what used to be an independent assessment.
This week on the Sunday reader: Air Canada reinforces its hubs, what does that mean for the rest of the country? And where will Canada’s fastest-growing airport be?
In the Sunday Reader this week, a 767 crash claims three, Flair takes a beating for cancelling U.S. flights, and Westjet starts a new era.
An analysis by Western Aviation news reveals how Westjet uses its hub in Calgary to dominate the city’s aviation market.
A weekly roundup of what happened in Canadian aviation.