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With the winter travel season upon us includingthe peak holiday travel period between December 15, 2012 and January 15, 2013, Air Canada is gearing up to ensure customers a smooth travel experience by offering time-saving tips.
Due to forecasted weather conditions related to Hurricane Sandy, Porter Airlines has cancelled all flights to and from Newark, Boston and Washington on Monday, October 29, and Tuesday, October 30. It is anticipated that flights will resume on Wednesday, October 31, for these routes.
The World Health Organization (WHO) is not recommending any travel or trade restrictions as a result of the recent outbreak of novel coronavirus. Though some reports have indicated that this is a SARS-like disease, the WHO confirms that SARS and novel coronavirus are quite distinct and that, to date, only two cases have been confirmed. WHO, national authorities and partners are investigating how transmission occurs. At the moment, there is no evidence of person to…
Due to illegal job action by some Air Canada pilots, Air Canada is experiencing delays and some cancellations of flights today. Air Canada is making every effort to re-accommodate affected customers on alternate flights.
Although Air Canada ground handling employees at Toronto and Montreal international airports have returned to work following an illegal work stoppage this morning, delays and cancellations of Air Canada-operated flights primarily to Canadian and U.S. destinations are expected for the remainder of the day.
Due to illegal work action by Air Canada ground handling employees in Toronto and Montreal, Air Canada is experiencing delays and some cancellations of flights departing Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) and Montreal Trudeau Airport (YUL) this morning.
Air Canada advises travellers that as a result of a fire that affected utilities at Lester B. Pearson International Airport in Toronto and reduced the airport's operating capacity, Air Canada and Air Canada Express are experiencing flight delays and cancellations.
Travelocity.ca today released the results of its 2009 Travel Rudeness Poll, highlighting poor hygiene, seat kicking and rowdy students as among Canadians' top travel peeves. Still, the North America-wide poll reveals that Canadians are predictably polite when it comes to dealing with certain vacation irritations.
THIS RELEASE IS INTENDED FOR DISTRIBUTION IN CANADA ONLY AND IS NOT INTENDED FOR DISTRIBUTION TO UNITED STATES NEWSWIRE SERVICES OR FOR DISSEMINATION IN THE UNITED STATES Transat A.T. Inc. ("Transat" or the "Corporation") (TSX: TRZ.A, TRZ.B) today announces that it has closed the sale of an additional 637,500 Class B voting shares (the "Additional Shares") at a price of $13.00 per Additional Share, following the exercise in full by the underwriters of their over-allotment…