IATA bulletin regarding on-board service during COVID 5.8.1 is a good read. Airlines are following this guidance it seems.
https://www.iata.org/contentassets/df21 ... ndemic.pdf
The terms of the Arrangement Agreement provide for a break fee of $15 million payable by Transat in case of termination of the agreement in certain circumstances, including upon acceptance of a Superior Proposal that is not matched by Air Canada. Under the Arrangement Agreement, a Superior Proposal ...Jump to post
Sadly it won’t be anytime soon enough.
AC has confirmed the retirement of 79 aircraft. All E190s, All 319s and All 767s are done.
#DrDao ....that wasn’t United was it? That was airport security.Jump to post
Sadly the Airbus order rumour has been quashed from the topJump to post
The MH KUL-TPE-YVR was a code shared service with Canadian Airlines.Jump to post
Crew will include 2-3 Air Canada On-board service ManagersJump to post
Given the social media hysteria based on speculation and fear I fail to understand why there are no calls for the worldwide 767 fleets to be grounded seeing as the cause of the Atlas Air accident is not yet known? It’s interesting how there is no patience in today’s “now” age (thanks to technology) ...Jump to post