Canada’s Transport Minister has taken final approval of airline joint ventures away from the Competition Bureau, injecting a political element into what used to be an independent assessment.
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.
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. It’s […]
A weekly roundup of what happened in Canadian aviation.
Air Canada’s regional carrier, Jazz Air, says it is watching Westjet’s plans for serving smaller airports closely, and will help its parent company compete with its rival. Westjet recently announced plans to […]