Opinion: Cuts to air travel in Canada are an admission that this crisis won’t be over soon

Ambarish Chandra is an economics professor at the University of Toronto whose research examines airlines, travel and trade. Duncan Dee is a former chief operating officer at Air Canada who was appointed by the minister of transport as the air transportation lead on the panel that reviewed the Canada Transportation Act in 2016. Air Canada’s … Read more

A Canadian traveller’s airport survival guide: what to pack, what to leave behind

A passenger looks for his luggage among a pile of unclaimed baggage at Pierre Elliott Trudeau airport, in Montreal, on June 29. There’s one prevailing piece of advice when it comes to managing air travel in 2022, pack your patience.Ryan Remiorz/The Canadian Press There’s one prevailing piece of advice when it comes to managing air … Read more

Holiday travel: AAA expects 3.5 million people to travel via plane throughout the 4th of July weekend

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) — This Fourth of July, the American Automobile Association predicts that over 3.5 million people will be packing the airports to fly over the holiday weekend. For some people like Lauren Stevens, the travel stress has only just begun. Stevens, her husband, and her 8-month-old baby have been at an airport in … Read more

Airports urge school holiday travellers to plan ahead, with millions expected to fly interstate in July

Authorities are warning people to plan their travels ahead of time as millions stream into airports for the winter school holidays kick off in Queensland, Victoria and the Northern Territory. Airports across Australia are expected to be the busiest they’ve been since the outbreak of the COVID pandemic. It all comes as the industry scrambles … Read more

Airport investigates after creepy airport pat-down experience

Travel June 22, 2022 09:02 PM4 minutes to read Sydney airport reviewed CCTV footage of security screening and following the complaint. Photo/Getty Images An ABC journalist who took aim at Sydney Airport after being forced to remove her business jacket has received an apology after sharing her “uncomfortable and humiliating” experience online. Louise Milligan, who … Read more

Canada is getting new rules for flight refunds when there’s travel delays

If you’re planning on traveling out of Pearson Airport in Toronto soon or really any airport in Canada, you’ll be delighted to hear that there’s a new flight refund regulation in case your flight gets cancelled. The Canadian Transportation Agency announced today that it has made an amendment to the Air Passenger Protection Regulationswhich provides … Read more

Travel money advice: Cash or card? And the money scam travellers fall for

Travel June 21, 2022 01:40 AM3 minutes to read The days of converting physical cash for travel may be over. Photo / Unsplash For the longest time, the process of going abroad has always involved the ritual of converting our cash into foreign currency, whether at a local bank, foreign ATM or airport currency exchange … Read more

New service takes flight to easy travel at SLC Int’l Airport

SALT LAKE CITY — A new service took flight Monday at Salt Lake City International Airport aiming to make air travel less stressful. sky squad is for those looking for an extra hand during the often strenuous hustle to fly the friendly skies. Whether it’s those traveling with children, extra baggage or just passengers who … Read more

Extra time needed at CLT Airport this weekend; WBTV tagged along with family from parking to security lines

CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) – It’s the first weekend of summer break for kids in the area and families are heading on vacation. Charlotte Douglas International Airport is seeing a high volume of people getting on plans now through Monday. WBTV went through the process with a family traveling today. Their goal was to get to … Read more