Not government incentives, but those from the industry, investors, and the flying public to stimulate sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) research and other decarbonization initiatives. That’s the idea behind the new $100 million investment fund, that was announced by...
Air Canada returned to profitability in the final quarter of 2022, producing its first profit since Q4 2019. Although the full year was still loss-making, the carrier more than halved its net loss. The airline is expecting a “solid demand environment in 2023”, to...
Airbus and Air Canada have both announced investments in a Canadian firm that is developing direct air carbon capture and storage (DACCS) technology. Carbon capture is seen by both the airframer and the airline as a means to decarbonize aviation. Airbus and Air Canada...
“Air Canada’s solid third-quarter results stem from the ongoing restoration of our extensive network, an improved operational performance, our modern and efficient fleet, as well as leading products and services, and an incredible team of employees,”...
Air Canada seems to find favor with the A220. In November 2020, there was talk of canceling 12 A220s on order. By February 2021, they were back on order again but deferred 18 deliveries. Today the airline announced it is ordering another 15 A220-300s to take the total...
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