AIR CANADA NEWS
THE TIME IS RIGHT TO BUY AIR CANADA
July 07, 2015
Air Canada has been through some dark days over the past few years.
AIR CANADA CONFIRMS BOMB THREAT CALLED INTO SAINT JOHN
July 06, 2015
The Saint John Airport is the latest to report a bomb threat called in about an Air Canada flight.
ROB LOWE CELEBRATES AIR CANADA 'VICTORY'
July 06, 2015
Rob Lowe is celebrating a minor Air Canada victory after publicly mocking a lack of legroom on a flight in 2014.
QUESTIONS HOVER OVER AIR CANADA SUBSIDIARY ROUGE ON SECOND ANNIVERSARY
July 02, 2015
MONTREAL — In its short life, Rouge has been credited with giving Air Canada a financial boost and shaking up the country’s airline industry, but at least one analyst says the parent company may be digging itself into a hole with its expansion strategy.
AIR CANADA’S GATWICK SERVICE WILL MEAN LOWER LONDON FARES, BUT AIRLINE MAY BE SHOOTING ITSELF IN THE FOOT
June 30, 2015
Air Canada may be shooting itself in the foot with new flights to London’s Gatwick Airport, a move that will almost certainly mean lower fares for travellers but may have the unintended consequence of cannibalizing customers from its main service to Heathrow.
A TWIST IN THE TALE: AIR CANADA PILOTS FIND LABOUR PEACE WHILE WESTJET SEES ‘CULTURAL STRAIN’
June 29, 2015
It’s starting to feel a lot like Air Canada over at WestJet Airlines Ltd. — or maybe it’s the other way around.
AIR CANADA FLIGHT LANDS SAFELY IN TORONTO WITH SUSPECTED BLOWN TIRE
June 29, 2015
TORONTO -- An Air Canada flight landed safely at Toronto's Pearson International Airport on Sunday with a suspected tire problem. Air Canada spokesman Peter Fitzpatrick says the plane returned as a precautionary measure when a tire appeared to rupture on takeoff.
NORTH AMERICAN AIRLINES ACCUSED OF CAPACITY COLLUSION BY US SENATOR
June 22, 2015
A US senator has asked his country’s justice department to investigate whether some US airlines have colluded to limit capacity and drive up fares.
JET THAT CRASHED SHORT OF HALIFAX RUNWAY WAS MECHANICALLY SOUND: REPORT
June 17, 2015
HALIFAX – An Air Canada jet that crashed about 200 metres short of a runway at the Halifax airport during a March snowstorm had no major mechanical problems, the Transportation Safety Board says in a preliminary report released Tuesday.
AIR CANADA FLIGHT 624: PLANE CABIN FLOOR 'PUNCTURED' DURING CRASH LANDING
June 16, 2015
The Air Canada plane that crashed at Halifax Stanfield International Airport in March had no mechanical deficiencies, but the right-side cabin floor was "punctured from below," the Transportation Safety Board says in a preliminary report.
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