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Air Canada baggage handlers to be fired over luggage incident, airline says
Air Canada, which has dealt with backlash since the video was posted on YouTube on April 18, said the two employees have been suspended and will be fired as a result of the incident.
Union blames Air Canada for video of baggage being dropped  News1130
'Baggage drop' caught on camera  CBC.ca
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Air Canada flight from Vancouver carried child with measles
On Saturday, Alberta Health officials confirmed that a child with measles arrived in Vancouver from the Philippines, and then transferred to Air Canada Flight 248, which departed Vancouver at 8:30 p.m. PT on April 9. More: AHS says travellers on Air ...
Air Canada Passengers On Vancouver To Edmonton Flight Warned To Watch ...  Huffington Post Canada
Measles warning out for Air Canada flight at Edmonton Airport  660 News
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Bag handlers in rush to get planes out on time, union says after video outrage
Air Canada says two employees have been suspended and may be fired, pending the outcome of an investigation, after they were caught on camera tossing passengers' luggage from a stairway to a bin several metres below.
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Air Canada Rouge unveils fresh look for flight attendants
Pan-Am flight attendant style is set to take to the skies in Vancouver on the wings of Air Canada Rouge. The latest addition to the country's largest carrier, which is set to celebrate its first anniversary in July, has adopted an interesting approach ...
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Air Canada let man 'vape' e-cigarette on board, says passenger
An Air Canada flight crew did nothing to stop a man "vaping" an electronic cigarette during a flight from Calgary to Toronto two weeks ago, says a passenger.
Air Canada passenger angry that crew let a man smoke his e-cig during flight  The Week Magazine
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Air Canada apologizes after staff abandoned disabled violinist Itzhak Perlman ...
Three days after Air Canada staff abandoned disabled violinist Itzhak Perlman at Pearson International Airport, the repentant airline has donated 500,000 Aeroplan miles to Chai Lifeline Canada, the charity Mr. Perlman was in Toronto to support.
Itzhak Perlman airport incident prompts Air Canada donation  CBC.ca
Air Canada donates 500000 Aeroplan points to charity  CTV News
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The Spectator's view: Air Canada bag tossers should get tossed
Well, now we know what it takes to get fired if you're an Air Canada baggage handler. Two staffers were caught on video dropping carry-on baggage several metres into a bin below - the cabin was overloaded so carry-on had to be transferred to the ...
Bag behaviour: when baggage handlers go bad  The Age
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Air Canada to roll out WiFi on some flights in May
Air Canada announced Wednesday it has become the first Canadian carrier to offer wireless in-flight Internet for a fee on some of its North American flights starting next month.
Air Canada to add Wi-Fi access on North American flights  Toronto Star
Air Canada Wi-Fi to be available across North America  CBC.ca
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Passenger films Air Canada worker tossing luggage off stairway
Air Canada is apologizing after a passenger posted a video online of one of the company's baggage handlers tossing luggage off the top of a movable stairway and into a bin below.
Air Canada investigates baggage drop video
Air Canada says it has launched an investigation after one of its passengers posted a video online that shows a baggage handler dropping bags from the top of a staircase to a baggage bin below.