AIR CANADA NEWS
MAN CHARGED IN AIR CANADA FACILITY STABBING
January 08, 2016
BRAMPTON - A 48-year-old man is accused of attempted murder following a bizarre stabbing at the Air Canada Operations Centre in Brampton Wednesday night.
AIR CANADA SEEKS TO APPEAL AVEOS CASE TO SUPREME COURT
January 05, 2016
Air Canada said on Tuesday it is seeking to appeal to the country's highest court a November decision ordering the airline to keep heavy maintenance operations in Montreal.
'ALL HELL BROKE LOOSE': SEVERE TURBULENCE SENDS AIR CANADA PASSENGERS TO HOSPITAL
January 04, 2016
Passengers are describing a “terrifying” Air Canada flight that hit turbulence so bad on Wednesday that it forced an emergency landing and sent 21 people to a hospital.
AIR CANADA REACHES TENTATIVE DEAL WITH 7,500 UNION MEMBERS
December 21, 2015
Air Canada says it has reached a tentative contract agreement with the union representing its technical maintenance, airport ramp and cargo personnel.
EU COURT BACKS AIRLINES, INCLUDING AIR CANADA, REVERSING FINE OVER AIR FREIGHT PRICE FIXING
December 17, 2015
Air France-KLM and 10 other airlines, including Air Canada, have won a challenge against a near 800 million-euro (US$1.2-billion) fine for fixing air freight charges, with Europe’s second highest court saying on Wednesday that it found the EU decision contradictory.
AIR CANADA ORDERED TO CHANGE ‘PATERNALISTIC’ DISABILITY POLICY
December 10, 2015
VANCOUVER—Canada’s transportation watchdog has chided Air Canada for what it calls a discriminatory policy prohibiting people with certain disabilities from flying alone.
AIR CANADA WILL NO LONGER ALLOW YOU TO BRING A HOVERBOARD ON YOUR FLIGHT
December 09, 2015
Air Canada will no longer allow passengers to travel with hoverboards.
MORE ‘BRUISES AND BLOODSHED’ EXPECTED FOR AIR CANADA AND WESTJET
December 07, 2015
Canadian airline investors aren’t reaping the benefits of the sharp decline in oil prices, and one analyst thinks he knows why.
VETERAN KATE SKYWALKER'S EMOTIONAL SUPPORT ANIMAL REJECTED BY AIR CANADA
December 07, 2015
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AIR CANADA INCREASES CHARLOTTETOWN-TORONTO SEAT CAPACITY
December 04, 2015
Air Canada is changing its service between Charlottetown and Toronto, and that's going to mean more seats available on flights.
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INTERNATIONAL WINTER OPERATIONS CONFERENCE
Photos and images from the Third International Winter Operations Conference held in October 2013.
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