Category: Air Canada

Detroit-Metro Airport – Worst to First

Detroit Metro Airport, Top 5 US Airports   Overview of Detroit-Metro Airport by Steve Richardson of FlyersPulse.com, conducted between July 8, 2013, and October 2, 2013. The Davey, Smith, and Berry Terminals have become a chapter in aviation history as the new E.H. McNamara and North Terminal were built at Detroit-Metro Airport. The improvements have […]

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Air Canada Goes Rouge With Low Cost Unit

Airline Within an Airline for Leisure Market Air Canada has formed a new leisure unit named Air Canada Rouge, an airline within an airline, with flights starting July 1, 2013. However, this has been tried before with a variety of US carriers with a number of low cost schemes that have crashed and burned. The […]

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Air Canada Intl Expansion to Go West Summer 2013

Air Canada 2013 International Expansion Air Canada is going west with a series of international expansions in 2013, primarily in high-demand Asian markets. Highlights include non-stop flights between Toronto Pearson International (YYZ) and Seoul’s Incheon Airport (ICN), daily service to Beijing Capital Int’l Airport (PEK) from Toronto (YYZ) and Vancouver (YVR), and increasing the frequency […]

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Destinations: A Taste of Costa Rica

Welcome to Costa Rica! Pura Vida! Costa Rica is a small Central American nation packed with adventure. As the leaves start falling in North America, Costa Rica becomes a hot spot for sun worshipers, eco-Tourists, and adventure travelers. Whether you’re traveling solo, in a group, or as a family, you’ll likely fit right in. Looking […]

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Airport Fire at Toronto Pearson Intl Airport

Toronto Pearson (YYZ) Operations Reduced A utility fire broke-out at Toronto’s Lester B. Pearson International Airport (YYZ) this morning, Sunday, March 18th. Air Canada has released a statement advising travelers that as a result of the fire, airport operations have been reduced and Air Canada along with Air Canada Express are experiencing delays and cancellations. […]

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Air Canada: CIRB Referal Stops Stike and Lock Out

No Disruption of Services at Air Canada Canada’s Minister of Labour, the Hon. Lisa Raitt, has issued a referral pursuant to the Canada Labour Code, to determine the activities that Air Canada may be required to maintain as relates to the health and safety of Canadians. As a result of this CIRB referral, the IAMAW cannot […]

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Union Gives Air Canada March 12 Strike Notice

Air Canada: Strike Notice from IAMAW for March 12 Air Canada received official notice from the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (IAMAW) that it intends to strike, with labor action starting at 12:01AM Eastern Time on Monday, March 12, 2012.  The IAMAW Union represents approximately 8,600 mechanics, baggage handlers and cargo agents in […]

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