Virus outbreak could cost airlines $113B: industry group
IATA says industry urgently needs help from governments in waiving some requirements and fees to alleviate the burden on airlines.
Legal challenge to passenger rights bill should be dismissed: Attorney general
Government will fight air carriers’ attempt to overturn rules that beef up compensation for travellers.
Garneau ‘disappointed’ in airlines’ move against new passenger bill of rights
Air Canada and Porter Airlines Inc., along with 17 other applicants, state in a court filing that mandatory compensation under the passenger bill of rights violates international standards and should be rendered invalid.
Lawsuit argues new air travel rules violate passengers’ charter rights
Rules allow tarmac delays of nearly four hours.
Canadian airlines waiting for guidance from Ottawa over X gender option
American, Delta and United confirmed they are in the process of updating booking tools to add less conventional gender categories.
New, tighter screenings to start for all US bound airline passengers
American air carriers and global airlines must comply, affecting all 2,100 daily flights from around the world entering the US.
Big 3 airlines want protection from competition
Asking government to be shielded from foreign airlines and to roll back consumer protections.
Manufacturing error caused 2010 Qantas engine blowout
A poorly built oil pipe caused Rolls-Royce jet engine to disintegrate.
CAE sells six flight simulators for $75M in Turkey
First sales of the fiscal year welcome a new customer in Azerbaijan.