A commercial airline pilot who wants Canadians to know the truth about pornography found in Air Canada flight decks says she's speaking out to defend another pilot whose complaints were reported in a previous CBC News story, saying she has seen ...
The trial program comes less than a month after Air Canada announced passengers buying the lowest fare seats would have to pay $25 for their first checked bag on domestic flights and flights headed to the Caribbean and Mexico.
"This change does not involve any amendment to Air Canada's articles of incorporation, by-laws or share capital structure, nor to the terms and conditions or the voting and ownership restrictions attaching to the class A variable voting shares and the ...
Concur TripLink will be updated next year so that users can authenticate their Concur account with AirCanada.com. Once that is done, future business travel booking done by that user on Air Canada's website will automatically be logged by Concur.
Airline stocks have hit some recent turbulence amid concerns over slowing global economic growth and the Ebola outbreak, but some investors see a buying opportunity, especially as lower fuel prices cut operating costs.
Two female pilots for Air Canada have now spoken out about a pornography issue among the airline's employees: One said "definitely pornographic" images are regularly left behind in the flight decks - or cockpits - of the carrier's planes.
Air Canada and its pilots' union have reached a tentative 10-year labour deal - a full year and a half before the current contract expires - in a signal that once-icy labour relations are beginning to thaw.