Happy faces not just in Norway today, but also in Canada, where Air Canada reported “an impressive first quarter”, to quote CEO Michael Rousseau. The airline produced a tiny net profit but succeeded in turning around a big loss last year, thanks to strong demand in...
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...
Notwithstanding “unprecedented challenges” faced by the air transportation system that forced it to reduce capacity in July and August, Air Canada plans for a further ramp-up of capacity in the third quarter. The carrier wants to grow capacity in available seat miles...
Emirates and Air Canada intend to establish a new codeshare partnership later this year. The partnership is the second for Emirates in Canada after the existing one with WestJet. The two airlines say that the codeshare will offer “enhanced consumer travel choices for...
When the world around you starts turning again but yours is at a standstill, you are left behind. That’s the world of Air Canada in the first six months of 2021. Continued travel restrictions to and from the country have weighed heavily on the airline and it shows....
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