Air Canada reported improved Q1 results on April 26, building on a strong recovery in March after the Omicron dip in the first two months. The airline reduced the operating loss to CS$550 million from CS$1.049 billion. Air Canada reduces Q1 loss and buys more...
Air Canada announced the selection of Pratt & Whitney GTF engines to power 30 firm and 14 purchase right Airbus A321XLR aircraft. This has been a much-anticpated competition. Pratt & Whitney will also provide Air Canada with engine maintenance through an...
Today, Air Canada and Aeromar have announced the launch of an interline partnership. This alliance aims to offer seamless connectivity for customers flying between Mexico and Canada. The ATR-based Aeromar has several partnerships with global carriers like Emirates and...
This morning Air Canada announced it is acquiring 26 extra-long range (XLR) versions of the Airbus A321neo. Air Canada cites sufficient range to serve all North American and select transatlantic markets while offering customers added comfort and improving the...
Robust advanced tickets sales and the return to a small positive EBITDA for the first time in seven quarters give Air Canada reason for optimism that it is heading in the right direction for recovery. The airline said the same in November but Omicron delayed this. On...
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