Canada’s Transport Minister approved a merger between Canadian North and First Air, giving the new company a dominant position in the North.
Canada Post did a good thing this week when it released a series of five great Canadian innovators and inventions. There is no doubt that the two men, one woman and two […]
Wesjtet suspended guidance offered to investors for 2019 because of the grounding of its 13 Boeing 737 Max aircraft.
Airlines and airports in Canada joined in marking International Women’s Day by celebrating the role women play in the industry. Though challenges remain.
Three Canadian airports were honoured by the Airports Council International for the quality of their customer service.
Air Passenger Rights will appear in a Halifax court to argue a $295,000 fine levied against Air Transat for its treatment of passengers during a weather delay is too low.
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?
Western Aviation News, for its 100th dispatch, examines the symbiotic relationship between Air Canada and its three domestic hubs in Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver.