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INFORMATIONAL Feb 26, 2024 Air Canada's Chatbot Mishap: How Will AI Affect the Passenger Experience on Flights? Air Canada was forced to reimburse a customer after their artificial intelligence chatbot misinformed the consumer. This is an early example of how the use of AI can solve many problems facing the airliner, but can also create new ones. Read More →
STORIES Jan 25, 2024 The Worst Plane Crash That Never Happened: Air Canada 759 On July 7, 2017, Air Canada Flight 759, an Airbus A320, was on the verge of a catastrophic incident at San Francisco International Airport (SFO). The flight, which originated from Toronto Pearson International Airport, experienced a critical misalignment during its approach, leading to regulatory reforms and changes in airline procedures. Read More →
NEWS Jan 10, 2024 Passenger Falls Out of Air Canada 777 After Opening Exit Door An Air Canada flight from Toronto to Dubai was delayed after a passenger opened an exit door and subsequently fell onto the apron. Read More →
NEWS Dec 15, 2023 Air Canada Announces New US and Mexican Destinations for 2024 Air Canada has announced a massive capacity boost coming to its network in the Summer of 2024. This capacity boost includes two brand-new destinations, five new routes, and increased flight frequencies. The new and returning destinations include the tourist hotspots of Tulum and Charleston. Read More →
NEWS Nov 21, 2023 United Airlines Suspends Pilot for Israel-Hamas War Comments United Airlines came under fire this week after one of its pilots expressed praise for the October 7 attacks in Israel. Although Mossallam created this post on October 7, his views were only well-publicized once Stop Antisemitism shared screenshots of his Facebook post on X, formerly known as Twitter, on November 20. On November 21, a spokesperson from United said that the pilot was removed from service with pay and the airline will look further into the situation. Read More →
NEWS Nov 11, 2023 Air Canada Under Fire as Disabled Passenger Forced to Drag Himself off Aircraft Air Canada has announced its plan to make significant changes to its operations following several high-profile incidents involving disabled passengers. Four people with disabilities revealed their poor experiences flying with Air Canada this year. These incidents involved the airline not accommodating disabled passengers who required extra assistance. In one case, the passenger was forced to drag himself to the front of the aircraft before being able to use a wheelchair. Read More →
NEWS Nov 09, 2023 Tail Cams and Bluetooth: Air Canada's Innovative New Retrofit Air Canada recently unveiled a brand-new cabin retrofit coming to its fleet of Airbus A321 and A320 aircraft. It's a huge upgrade complete with tail cameras and new seats. Read More →
ROUTES Sep 12, 2023 Interested in Visiting Europe? Air Canada Will Serve Your Needs Are you interested in visiting Europe next summer? Air Canada is one airline that you can fly on if you're Canadian (or do a one-stop connection if you're American). The airline is adding new transatlantic routes and expanding existing routes from Toronto and Montreal. Read More →
NEWS Sep 05, 2023 Air Canada Apologizes After Vomit Incident Two women were escorted off an Air Canada event after refusing to sit in unclean seats. The seats were vomited on and it was obvious that they weren't cleaned well, but unfortunately both women were still escorted off the plane for refusing to sit Read More →
ROUTES Jun 16, 2023 Air Canada Plans Return to Singapore Air Canada is beginning a slow expansion into the trans-Pacific market from it's Vancouver (YVR) hub via the opening of a new route between Vancouver and Singapore. The route has been scheduled around the already operating Singapore Airlines flights between YVR-SIN, creating a full week schedule with flights departing every day to Singapore. Read More →