Bellingham, Burlington, Buffalo – Canadian aviation faces growing concerns of air passenger leakage to U.S. border cities.
Flair airlines is banking on fewer provincial travel restrictions as it plans a major expansion in its summer 2021 schedule.
Pre-confederation, we had no rail, we had no bus. Except for limited flights, that’s where we are now
With additional restrictions on international arrivals, Canada’s airlines entered their darkest days of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Flair chief executive Stephen Jones discusses his selection of the Boeing 737 Max as the aircraft to power a planned pan-Canadian expansion.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is ratcheting up the pressure on the aviation industry, advising Canadians to avoid domestic travel.
Vancouver International Airport reported promising interim results from its pre-flight COVID rapid testing trial.