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U.S. airlines have told the U.K. to move faster to ensure passenger and cargo flights to Heathrow, Stansted and other airports will continue without disruption after Britain leaves the EU.
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Thousands of airline passengers are stranded in Auckland after a burst pipeline cut fuel supplies to New Zealand's largest airport.
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Ryanair could face up to $20 million euros in compensation claims after cancelling thousands of flights due to a shortage of pilots, it has warned.
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Air Canada has announced the appointment of Rob Fyfe to its Board of Directors and the retirement of Joseph Leonard from the Board, both effective Sept. 30.
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The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) announced the launch today of its recruitment campaign for the 2018 Young Aviation Professionals Program (YAPP). Talented next generation aviation professionals from around the world are invited to apply.
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Inmarsat has signed a strategic agreement with Rockwell Collins for the global distribution of its next-generation SwiftBroadband-Safety (SB-S) flightdeck connectivity solution. The agreement builds on a successful long-term strategic relationship between the two companies and will bring new levels of safety and operational efficiency to the aviation industry.
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Canada Jetlines Ltd. is in the final stages of obtaining approval for trading on the QTCQB marketplace. Jetlines has been assigned the ticker symbol JETMF and is currently trading on the OTC Pink tier. Jetlines expects to begin formally trading on the OTCQB next week and will provide a definitive trading date once determined.
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Further to the announcement of a successful conclusion of amendments to Air Canada's existing long-term labour agreement with its 3,500 pilots represented by the Air Canada Pilots Association (ACPA), the airline provides the following additional information.
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Air Canada today announced expanded seasonal services to Ireland with new non-stop flights from Toronto to Shannon and between Montreal and Dublin. The flights will be operated using Air Canada's newest single-aisle aircraft, the Boeing 737 Max 8 featuring a Business and Economy cabin configuration.
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Air Canada has successfully concluded amendments to its existing long-term labour agreement with its 3,500 pilots represented by the Air Canada Pilots Association (ACPA).
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