AIR CANADA NEWS
AIR CANADA TO OFFER WI-FI ON INTERNATIONAL ROUTES
March 21, 2016
Are you travelling overseas but don’t want to be out of touch with those back home while in the air?
AIR CANADA INCREASES FEES TO CHANGE FLIGHTS BEFORE DEPARTURE
March 17, 2016
If you are flying Air Canada and need to change your flight, you may be expected to pay a little more for that option.
AIR CANADA TO HELP CREATE 150 MAINTENANCE JOBS IN MANITOBA
March 15, 2016
Air Canada says it has entered into an aircraft maintenance agreement with the Manitoba government that is expected to create at least 150 jobs in the province.
FTQ SEEKS TO FORCE AIR CANADA TO REOPEN AVEOS PLANT
March 14, 2016
One of Quebec's largest unions is seeking a court injunction that would force Air Canada to reopen a maintenance center in Montreal.
ALL-FEMALE CREW COORDINATES LANDING AT YVR FOR WOMEN OF AVIATION WEEK
March 08, 2016
An all-female crew in the air and on the ground landed an Air Canada flight at Vancouver International Airport (YVR) — something that is not often seen in the field of aviation.
NEW FLIGHT PATH: HAS AIR CANADA MOVED PAST ITS BOOM-AND-BUST HISTORY?
March 07, 2016
The Air Canada museum in Montreal, scheduled to open officially this spring, will show off some of the relics of ancient times in the airline industry.
TORONTO-BOUND AIR CANADA FLIGHT DIVERTED TO LONDON TWICE IN ONE DAY
March 04, 2016
An Air Canada flight from Frankfurt to Toronto has been diverted to London’s Heathrow International Airport for the second time in a matter of hours.
NO MORE JIVE TALKING: JAZZ AVIATION COOLS SUBSIDIARY PLANS AFTER AIR CANADA DEAL
March 01, 2016
Jazz Aviation, the main regional partner of Air Canada, is talking down plans by its parent Chorus Aviation to launch a second regional carrier, following successful negotiations with several trade unions.
GARNEAU WON'T SAY IF MANITOBA'S AIR CANADA JOBS WILL BE PROTECTED
February 24, 2016
OTTAWA -- Federal Transport Minister Marc Garneau refused to say Tuesday whether he would protect jobs in Manitoba when he amends a law requiring Air Canada to keep maintenance work in Winnipeg later this year.
LAID OFF AVEOS EMPLOYEES TAKE JOB DISPUTE TO MONTREAL CITY HALL
February 23, 2016
A group of former Aveos employees is taking an ongoing fight over layoffs to the city of Montreal, after the province of Quebec dropped its legal challenge against Air Canada.
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INTERNATIONAL WINTER OPERATIONS CONFERENCE
Photos and images from the Third International Winter Operations Conference held in October 2013.
Photos from our 2010 Policy Conference.