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Air Canada's slow descent
The Air Canada back-to-work legislation, passed March 14, was meant to spare Canadians from the nightmare, both personal and economic, of a crippling strike by ground workers and a lockout of pilots at the country's biggest airline.
Air Canada ships maintenance work overseas after Aveos collapse
Brent Lewin/BloombergAir Canada's Airbus A330s and Boeing 777s (pictured) in need of repair are being sent to ST Aerospace in Singapore and HAECO in Hong Kong, while its 767s will go to Lufthansa Technik in Ireland.
Air Canada's parent company divvies up close to $300 million to shareholders  Montreal Gazette
As ACE Aviation winds down, questions linger over lasting effects on Air Canada
In late September 2004, just three days before Air Canada emerged from bankruptcy protection, the airline's then-chief executive Robert Milton made some bold proclamations about the company's future.
The children of ACE Aviation  National Post
Sleepy Air Canada pilot mistook planet for plane, report finds
So it was in a groggy haze that an Air Canada first officer flying over the Atlantic initially mistook the planet Venus for another aircraft, then plunged his Boeing 767 - with 95 passengers on board - 120 metres to avoid an imaginary crash with an ...
Air Canada must cleanse 'poisonous' culture, expert warns  Globe and Mail
Air Canada cancels some flights Saturday as it recovers from Friday's ...  Financial Post
Air Canada labour disputes put on hold as unions fight back-to-work bills
Several disputes at Air Canada currently before the Canada Industrial Relations Board (CIRB) have been put on hold while the airline's unions challenge Ottawa's back-to-work bills in the courts and its labour disputes head to final-offer arbitration ...
As Air Canada battles its union, Lisa Raitt comes out swinging again
Air Canada warns union president over safety remarks
Aaron Lynett / National PostThe country's largest carrier is demanding Capt. Paul Strachan, Air Canada Pilots Association president, retract his statements and have the interview he conducted on the CBC's Lang and O'Leary Exchange March 20, 2012, ...
Union urges Air Canada pilots to abandon plans for illegal job action
The chairman of Air Canada Pilots Association is urging members to report for work on Friday and ignore “a small group” of pilots who want colleagues to call in sick to show dissatisfaction with management.
Air Canada flights returning to normal after illegal strike  Toronto Star
Air Canada moves to prevent further illegal sick-outs, flight cancellations  National Post
Air Canada's parent ACE Aviation wins approval to unwind
At the end of January, ACE said its assets amounted to $384-million, or $11.83 a share, including $356-million in cash, 31 million class B Air Canada shares, or 10.3% of the class B shares, which had a market value of $33-million as of that date, and 1 ...
Air Canada to see long-term gains from collapse of Aveos
Air Canada shares jumped Friday after the country's largest carrier said its first-quarter earnings were likely to come in ahead of expectations next week.
Air Canada resumes talks with baggage handlers, announces better than ...  Toronto Star
Air Canada Jumps Most Since July 2009 on Profit Optimism  Bloomberg
Air Canada's stock price plunges after Moody's downgrade
Air Canada's stock price plunges after Moody's downgrade. Air Canada's already weakened shares fell 10 per cent on Tuesday shortly after the debt rating for the country's largest airline was lowered by Moody's Investor Service.