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.
Toronto reported record passenger numbers in 2018, falling just shy of 50 million passengers.
Air Canada moved to further strengthen its Pacific hub, announcing new seasonal service from Vancouver to Auckland, New Zealand.
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.
Advertisements The Canadian Transportation Agency says people affected by the cancellation of numerous Flair flights to Florida and California, may be entitled to compensation. “Currently Flair Airlines reports that it is offering […]