Air Canada reported record passenger numbers, but lower profits as higher fuel prices ate into revenues in 2018.
Air Canada solidified its Vancouver hub, Thursday, as it announced plans to shift Q400 aircraft from Eastern Canada to routes within British Columbia for the summer flying season.
Flair airlines revealed a new livery, Wednesday, which it calls “plane and simple.”
Quebec City recorded an impressive 6% growth in 2018, but airlines are signalling passenger increases may be more limited in 2019.
Advertisements Airports across the Americas are spending the weekend putting the final touches on their pitches to airlines for new routes at the Routes Americas conference which begins Tuesday in Quebec City. […]
Advertisements Kelowna, British Columbia is shaping up to be a big winner as Canada’s ultra low-cost airlines reveal their plans for the summer. Flair Airlines, which was based in Kelowna until last […]