Uptick in summer leisure travel has given Ottawa’s international terminal a much-needed lift, but the airport is “still not out of the woods,” Mark Laroche
Air Canada is cutting more than 15 per cent of its scheduled flights in July and August as airports face lengthy delays and cancellations amid
Air Canada more than tripled its revenues last quarter as demand for travel revved back up, though a net loss of nearly $1 billion signalled
After being at less than 10 per cent of pre-COVID levels earlier in the year, passenger volumes at YOW have climbed to within 50 per
It’s the first time in 15 years that the carrier will offer service between the nation’s capital and the Toronto Island airport.
Although overall bookings remain below pre-pandemic levels, customer interest began to increase in June with the elimination of quarantines for fully vaccinated returning Canadians and
Move fuelled by increase in vaccinations, decline in COVID-19 cases and easing of governments restrictions.
Ottawa International Airport Authority CEO Mark Laroche didn’t sugar-coat the impact of the pandemic on the facility’s bottom line.
‘The current mandatory hotel quarantine for arrivals has proven ineffective,’ CEO says as airline posts $1.3B first-quarter loss.
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