By Massimo Bergamini Responding to recent calls from Canadian air carriers, airports and even a leading Canadian labour union to postpone the July 1 launch of his passenger rights regulations, Transport Minister Marc Garneau told the CBC, “We’ve been... Read more.
Ottawa, January 30, 2019 –The cost of air travel in Canada will soar if the federal government imposes a backstop carbon tax on air travel in 2019, according to a new study released by the National Airlines Council of... Read more.
STATEMENT FROM THE NATIONAL AIRLINES COUNCIL OF CANADA ON THE ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE UPCOMING PUBLICATION OF PASSENGER RIGHTS REGULATIONS
Statement from Massimo Bergamini, President and CEO of the National Airlines Council of Canada, on the announcement of the upcoming publication of passenger rights regulations today by the Minister of Transport. Ottawa, December 17, 2018 — The release today... Read more.
Globe and Mail: National Airlines Council of Canada urges Ottawa on decision of privatizing airport security
Canada’s airlines are expressing growing frustration with unpredictable airport security delays and the federal government’s silence as to how it plans to address the issue. For several years now, passengers, airlines and airports have been urging Ottawa to improve... Read more.
Last month, the Canadian Transportation Agency (CTA) kicked off its cross-country listening tour on air-passenger rights. Along the way, some media outlets framed the consultations with blaring headlines such as this one from the Radio-Canada Winnipeg affiliate “Le cauchemar... Read more.
Ottawa, June 28, 2018 —As the Canadian Transportation Agency (CTA) prepares to touch down in Halifax for its only in-person consultation on air passenger rights in Atlantic Canada, the National Airlines Council of Canada (NACC) warns that the CTA... Read more.