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Air Canada Unveils New Livery and Uniforms (Photos)

    Air Canada Unveils New Livery and Uniforms (Photos)

TORONTO — In simultaneous events in Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver, earlier today Air Canada revealed its new livery and branding, in an event described as “the future of Canada’s flag

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High Flyer Interview: Craig Richmond, CEO, Vancouver Airport Authority

    High Flyer Interview: Craig Richmond, CEO, Vancouver Airport Authority

VANCOUVER — Craig Richmond is the President & Chief Executive Officer of Vancouver Airport Authority (YVR). Previously, Craig held positions with Vantage Airport Group as CEO of six different airports in

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XiamenAir Launches First North American Service to Vancouver

    XiamenAir Launches First North American Service to Vancouver

VANCOUVER — On Monday, July 25th, a XiamenAir Boeing 787-8 touched down gracefully on Vancouver International Airport’s (YVR) runway 26R, marking the carriers inaugural service to Canada’s West Coast Asia-Pacific

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Active Sidesticks: A New Way to Fly

    Active Sidesticks: A New Way to Fly

MIAMI — Pilots flying the upcoming Gulfstream G500 and G600 business jets will control their planes with an advanced version of the ubiquitous sidestick. In the first civil-aircraft installation of

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InFlight Review: Air Canada 777 High Density Economy

    InFlight Review: Air Canada 777 High Density Economy

MIAMI — Here I go again… I’ve been traveling between Vancouver (YVR) and Toronto (YYZ) for decades. I’ve lived and worked

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Air Canada Premieres Its First Boeing 787-8

    Air Canada Premieres Its First Boeing 787-8

TORONTO — Air Canada’s first Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner was introduced to the media and Air Canada’s friends, partners, and Aeroplan status

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Air Canada to Roll-Out InFlight WiFi

    Air Canada to Roll-Out InFlight WiFi

MIAMI — Air Canada announced plans to equip its North American narrowbody fleet with Gogo inflight Wi-Fi connectivity on Wednesday.

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Japan Airlines Launches Vancouver’s First 787 Service

    Japan Airlines Launches Vancouver’s First 787 Service

MIAMI — Vancouver International Airport’s self-proclaimed “Year of the Dreamliner” began yesterday morning with the arrival of Japan Airlines Flight

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Airways Visits Bombardier’s CSeries Customer Experience Centre

    Airways Visits Bombardier’s CSeries Customer Experience Centre

VANCOUVER — Regular Airways readers have seen our stories about the Bombardier CSeries first flight, and our tour of the Flight

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Bombardier CSeries Completes First Flight

    Bombardier CSeries Completes First Flight

  QUEBEC — Bombardier’s CSeries aircraft successfully completed its first flight on Monday, September 16, 2013,  landing at Montreal’s Mirabel

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