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Articles tagged “air canada”

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Newark Airport Sets Opening Date for First New Terminal in 34 Years

It's not often that travelers have something to look forward to at Newark Liberty International Airport. The new $2.7 billion Terminal A will open in December, the latest in a series of major airport projects opening around the U.S. this year. The first 21 gates of the 33-gate facility will open on December 8, officials…

Airline Weekly

Emirates Held Back by Staffing Shortages and Not Enough Planes Into 2023

International travel is likely to remain expensive into the new year as airlines struggle to meet the demand amid staffing and supply chain issues.

Emirates Held Back by Staffing Shortages and Not Enough Planes Into 2023

News Blog

Canada to Lift Last Covid, Mask Restrictions

Canada will end all entry restrictions on October 1, with major national airlines Air Canada and WestJet welcoming the change. Gone are requirements that certain travelers provide proof of vaccination, undergo pre- or post-arrival testing, or quarantine or isolate after arrival, the Canadian government said on Monday. Fully vaccinated travelers have not been subject to…

Tourism

Asia’s Uneven and Delayed Tourism Recovery

Today’s edition of Skift’s daily podcast looks at Asia’s coronavirus recovery, Maine’s tourism labor woes, and two airlines betting on a hybrid plane.

Asia’s Uneven and Delayed Tourism Recovery

Airline Weekly

Air Canada, United Airlines Among First to Order New Hybrid-Electric Plane

Heart Aerospace hopes its new hybrid-electric plane will speed the decarbonization of regional flying with big orders from Air Canada and United Airlines.

Air Canada, United Airlines Among First to Order New Hybrid-Electric Plane

Airlines

Air Canada Leads Country’s Mad Scramble to Hire More Workers

Air Canada can't hesitate to hire more staff since staffing shortages have been the primary reason for the airline industry's chaotic summer.

Air Canada Leads Country’s Mad Scramble to Hire More Workers

Airlines

Airbus Planning Carbon Capture Pact With Several Airlines

Plucking out carbon from the atmosphere is expensive. It's all about scale, and if Airbus and some of the world's biggest airlines can't do it, there may be doubts over the aviation sector’s ambitious bid to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2050.

Airbus Planning Carbon Capture Pact With Several Airlines

Tourism

The Tourism Industry’s Half-Hearted Sustainability Efforts

Good morning from Skift. It's Friday, July 1 in New York City. Here's what you need to know about the business of travel today.

The Tourism Industry’s Half-Hearted Sustainability Efforts

Airline Weekly

Air Canada Offers Rare Apology for Disruptions, Cuts 15 Percent of Summer Flights

The chaos disrupting so many airlines this summer has landed in Canada. Air Canada is cancelling hundreds of flights, and its CEO is taking the rare step to apologize directly to travelers.

Air Canada Offers Rare Apology for Disruptions, Cuts 15 Percent of Summer Flights

News Blog

Air Canada Adds Only Nonstop Between Thailand And North America

Air Canada will offer the only nonstop flight between North America and Thailand this winter when it adds new service to Bangkok. The Star Alliance carrier will connect Vancouver and Bangkok from December 1 to April 14, Air Canada said Monday. The route is the first between North America and Thailand since Thai Airways ended…