Start-Up ultra-low-cost-carrier Swoop has announced, that it has received its Air Operator´s Certificate (AOC), which allows the airline to start operations this Summer.
Air Canada and Air China have announced the first China-North American Airline Joint Venture. The expanded partnership supports the Canada-China Year of Tourism 2018 and new codeshare agreements.
In the second half of 2018, Swoop is planning to launch international operations. The Ultra-Low-Cost carrier eyes to commence domestic operations in June 2018.
Canada´s WestJet has unveiled the cabin configuration of its Boeing 787-9. The aircraft will wear a new livery, which will be adopted on the entire fleet, beginning June 2018.
Canadian Ultra-Low-Cost-Carrier Swoop has announced, that it will add a fourth aircraft to its fleet. Routes from Hamilton will be increased.
First Air announced in a statement, that the airline has submitted two applications to the National Trade Corridors Fund (NTCF) to finance infrastructure projects.
Textron Aviation has begun delivering 9 Beechcraft King Air aircraft to CanWest Air. The delivery includes eight King Air 250s and one King Air 350.
Bombardier announced that a customer, who has requested to remain unidentified at this time, has signed an order to acquire six CRJ900 aircraft on firm order and options on six additional CRJ900 regional jets.
Air China and Air Canada have announced to further strengthen their strategic cooperation. The new agreements are another step for realizing a full joint venture.
Canada Jetlines has announced Halifax Stanfield Internationals Airport as operational base. The ultra-low-cost carrier targets to commence flights in Summer 2018.
The cooperation agreement between Air Canada Cargo and Cargojet will expire at the end of 2017. As a consequence, the dedicated freighter service from Toronto to Mexico, Dallas-Fort Worth, Atlanta, Bogota, Lima and Frankfurt will be terminated.