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Air Canada is seeing an improvement in demand for air travel and fewer cancellations; Chief Financial Officer Michael Rousseau said at an online conference hosted by Wolfe Research.
Rousseau said he expects domestic leisure and business travel to pick up in summer and in fall, respectively.
(Source: Reuters - May 19, 2020)
Air Canada Jetz aircraft to fly YYZ to YOW and YUL during June.
A total of 58 Premium Economy class seats will be made available for sale on each flight operated on one of these aircraft, giving customers the opportunity to experience first hand the aircraft used by celebrities and sports teams when travelling around North America.
(Source: AC Daily May 22, 2020 )
Air Canada hits milestone of more than 1,200 cargo-only flights since March 22. We’ve been adapting our reduced operations to meet the global demand for air freight capacity.
Late Tuesday night on May 19, 2020, Air Canada reached a network milestone of more than 1,000 cargo-only flights, including cargo in cabin operations using our reconfigured Boeing 777's and Airbus A330's.
By May 27 the total had reached 1,200 flights.
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Peter Wallis sends this comment regarding the identity of the airline in Net Letter #1437 –
Correctly identified as Austrian.
When PWA (Pacific Western Airlines) re-branded with new logo (prior to takeover of CP Air), Austrian sent a cease and desist letter claiming trade mark infringement leading to confusion in the marketplace. They never took further action to support their claim.