Thursday August 24, 2017
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Air Canada announces first scheduled service between Montreal and Japan

Air Canada has announced the introduction of nonstop service between Montreal and Tokyo Narita, a first for Montrealers that positions the...
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Pearson’s striking ground crew to vote on new Swissport offer

Swissport says it is optimistic that its latest contract offer to striking ground crew at Toronto's Pearson International Airport will be accepted.
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Air NZ says results are still strong despite 17% drop in profit

New Zealand's national airline on Wednesday reported a 17% drop in profit from last year but said it has risen to the challenge of increased competition.
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Passenger forced to sit in urine-soaked seat for 11-hour flight

If you thought airplane seats couldn’t possibly be any more uncomfortable, wait until you hear what this guy had to endure while on a flight from London Heathrow to Cape Town.
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Book direct flights from Toronto to Hawaii with Air Canada

Hawaii is more accessible than ever for Canadians, thanks to Air Canada Rouge’s nonstop flights from Toronto to Honolulu.
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TAP Portugal’s retro flight highlights new offerings for Canadian market

Many travellers reminisce about the good ol’ days of air travel, when flying was a source of excitement rather than dread.
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Double-digit jump in the number of Canadians flying to U.S. says StatsCan

Air travel by Canadians to the U.S. is on the rise, car trips across the border are declining, and overseas travel by Canadians.
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FAA changes San Francisco landing rules after close call

Federal officials have issued new rules for nighttime landings and control-tower staffing at San Francisco International Airport after an Air Canada jet nearly struck planes on the ground last month.
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Why are Canadian travel agents so important? Here’s one reason: Canadian travel habits

Canadian vacationers and their travel habits are still tailor-made for travel agents in an age when U.S. and European travel markets are embracing the book-it-yourself short getaway trend.
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Piles of suitcases are gone and so are the delays at Pearson’s Terminal 3 this morning

Passengers are seeing a much smoother check-in process – without piles and piles of luggage everywhere – at Pearson Airport this morning.
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