The departures area of Pearson airport with about 100 people waiting to go to boarding gates.

Canadian air travel has faced significant challenges, including staffing and delays. Here‘s how to fix it

Monette Pasher is the head of the Canadian Airports Council. Here, she
explains how air travel in the country got this bad and what’s being
done to make it better.

COVID-19 vaccine mandates for travel to be lifted

Tracing app reportedly also coming to an end; Canada-Denmark border dispute settled ; Trudeau tests positive; Canadians are feeling the debt crunch

Coronavirus: The major breakdown at Canadian airports

Stephen Maher: Despite government policy, passengers landing over the weekend were not being adequately warned about the virus and the need to self isolate

Marc Garneau has something to not announce

There are new measures but not restrictions on some flights from some countries the transport minister refuses to name. Got it?

Is this finally the end of #@$&%* de-icing delays?

A cutting-edge nano-material could melt away snow and ice from planes, if the technology can get off the ground

Security gaps persist in U.S. airports, all these years after 9/11: reports

Two internal audits suggest persistent security flaws despite the now-familiar routine of shoeless passengers

Sunquest goes to U.S. to better serve Canadians

This vacation company knows we’re already driving to U.S. airports to save money


On second thought

Yesterday, the NDP’s Rosane Dore Lefebrve asked Public Safety Minister Vic Toews if he would put new airport surveillance measures on hold until an assessment could be conducted. Mr. Toews assured the New Democrat that “the privacy rights of law-abiding Canadians are respected at all times,” but otherwise avoided answering the question directly.


A case of tunnel vision in Calgary

Airports rank right up there with potholes and property taxes


Ottawa International Airport wins major award

Ranked first in customer satisfaction