After the federal government hinted on Friday that more travel restrictions could be coming, the National Airlines Council of Canada (NACC) issued a statement underscoring how critical it is for airlines and government to work together on any new measures.
TORONTO — Industry groups are speaking out in the wake of Air Canada’s capacity and job cuts, just the latest cuts Canada’s airlines have been forced to make as they navigate severely reduced demand and travel restrictions amid the pandemic. On Jan. 13 Air Canada announced it will further reduce its system capacity for the first […]
The federal government’s new Transport Minister Omar Alghabra says he comes to the post with an understanding that the ministry’s files - which include everything from the financial assistance package for Canada’s airlines, to the proposed acquisition of Transat by Air Canada - have direct impact on Canadians, “and the livelihoods of many Canadians.”
Two major travel organizations - one here in Canada, one international - have issued strongly worded statements as the weeks go by with no more word on the federal government’s airline industry bailout package, and as borders close once again in the wake of the new variant of COVID-19.
The National Airlines Council of Canada (NACC), which represents Canada’s largest air carriers, is supporting the recommendations put forth by the Industry Strategy Council to restart Canada’s economy and aviation sector.
The National Airlines Council of Canada (NACC), which represents Canada’s largest national and international passenger air carriers including Air Canada, Air Transat and WestJet, is urging the federal government to address airline sector challenges in the wake of COVID-19.