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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
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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.
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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
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Air Canada threatens to fire pilots' union chief over remarks on safety
�Your comments concerning the safety of Air Canada's operations and aircraft are unacceptable and cannot be permitted to stand,� Captain Rick Allen, the airline's senior director of flight operations, said in a letter to Captain Strachan about his ...
Air Canada warns union president over safety remarks  National Post
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Air Canada labour disputes put on hold as unions fight back-to-work bills
Parliament passed a back-to-work bill, which is the subject of a constitutional challenge in the Ontario courts by the Air Canada Pilots Association (ACPA) and the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (IAMAW), which represents ...
As Air Canada battles its union, Lisa Raitt comes out swinging again  Macleans.ca
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Air Canada Strikes: Airline Must Scrap Toxic Culture To Salvage Ailing ...
TORONTO - Air Canada must purge its toxic culture and attitude if it hopes to win back consumers frustrated with an airline increasingly known for labour strife and shaky service, industry observers are warning.
Air Canada cancels some flights Saturday as it recovers from Friday's ...  Financial Post
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Air Canada flights returning to normal after illegal strike
TORONTO - Air Canada's operations seemed to be returning to normal Saturday afternoon following a so-called �sick-in� by pilots that cancelled dozens of flights and left some passengers stranded overnight.
Air Canada moves to prevent further illegal sick-outs, flight cancellations  National Post
Union urges Air Canada pilots to abandon plans for illegal job action  Globe and Mail
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Air Canada wins order declaring job action by pilots illegal
Air Canada had suspended that original complaint against the Air Canada Pilots Association for allegedly authorizing members to stay home if they saw fit, but given the new disruptions, the carrier sought and won a declaration that Friday's job action ...
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.
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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 ...
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