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.
A weekly roundup of what happened in Canadian aviation.
The union respresenting flight attendants at Flair Airlines is delaying strike action at the ultra low-cost carrier. CUPE had been in a legal strike position at midnight Monday.
Updated: Flight attendants at Flair Airlines have served 72-hour strike notice, and would be in a legal strike position Monday at midnight.
Flair Airlines has unveiled a major milestone in its expansion plans – its first leased Boeing 737-800NG aircraft in a mixed livery. The aircraft is scheduled to enter service in January 2019. […]
Canadian ultra low-cost airlines Flair Air and Swoop are duking it out for supremacy among passengers searching for the lowest fares, and it’s the people of Edmonton, Alberta who are benefitting. Both […]
Ultra low-cost carrier Canadian Swoop has released its core summer schedule, concentrating on markets the airline already knows well. Swoop maintains its structure of a hub in Hamilton, Ontario and a concentration […]