AIR CANADA NEWS
AIR CANADA CEO SAYS CONSIDERING MORE A321S FOR ROUGE UNIT
June 08, 2015
MIAMI - Air Canada is considering adding around 10 Airbus A321 narrowbody jets to the fleet of its low-cost vacation carrier Rouge, up from previous plans for five, the Toronto-based carrier's chief executive said on Sunday.
AIR CANADA CEO VOWS TO DODGE ‘NEW COKE’ BLUNDER, RAISES THE BAR WITH AMBITIOUS TARGETS
June 04, 2015
Air Canada raised the bar for itself Tuesday, announcing ambitious new financial targets but promising it will stick to the strategy that has helped lift its shares 1,600 per cent since 2009.
AIR CANADA EXPANDING INTERNATIONAL SERVICE AS TURNAROUND CONTINUES
June 03, 2015
The robust financial turnaround at Air Canada should get even stronger during the next three years, the airline says, with international expansion propelling its growth.
AIR CANADA BOOSTS EXPECTATIONS FOR KEY FINANCIAL TARGETS
June 02, 2015
Air Canada has raised expectations for key financial targets later this decade, saying it has made significant progress since it issued its 2013 targets.
AIRLINE STOCKS NO LONGER A ‘DEATH TRAP': AIR CANADA LEADING RESURGENCE, WITH MORE ROOM TO RUN
June 01, 2015
Two years ago, investing sage Warren Buffett called airlines “a death trap for investors.” But if you bought Air Canada’s shares on the day the Oracle of Omaha dismissed the sector, you would have quintupled your money by now.
CANADA’S FIRST FEMALE COMMERCIAL PILOT RETIRES
May 22, 2015
The first time that Judy Cameron rode in a plane, she gripped the bottom of her seat and screamed.
AIR CANADA TO START TAGGING CARRY-ON BAGS
May 21, 2015
Passengers wanting to squeeze just a little more into their carry-on bags or bring along bigger than permitted bags, be warned. Air Canada will soon start tagging all cabin luggage.
LAWYERS TO HOLD INFO SESSION ON CLASS ACTION FOR HALIFAX PLANE CRASH PASSENGERS
May 19, 2015
Passengers on board an Air Canada flight that crashed at Halifax Stanfield International Airport March 29 are being invited to an information session on a proposed multimillion-dollar class-action lawsuit filed on their behalf.
GETTING BUMPED: AIRLINES ARE FILLING MORE SEATS THAN EVER — SO WHY ARE THEY STILL OVERBOOKING?
May 19, 2015
Anyone who flies regularly has seen it play out many times: you’re sitting in the lounge, waiting to board a flight when the attendant makes an announcement that the plane is overbooked.
MORE FEES, LESS LEG ROOM: A NEW NORMAL AT CANADIAN AIRLINES
May 14, 2015
Canadian airline passengers are growing increasingly accustomed to reduced leg room on airplanes as well as a rising number of fees on everything from selecting your seat to getting an in-flight snack to simply checking a change of clothes.
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INTERNATIONAL WINTER OPERATIONS CONFERENCE
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