Rheinmetall partners with Air Canada

Rheinmetall is partnering with Air Canada to type trial its electric air start unit, the Rheinmetall eMSU, at airports. The Rheinmetall Group’s Canadian branch Rheinmetall Canada recently launched the world’s first zero-emission, all-electric air start unit.Air Canada has become a development partner and, upon successful completion of the type trial, plans to incorporate the Rheinmetall eMSU into its fleet of mobile ground air start units. Air Canada will assess the ... [+]

Air Canada announces substantial y-o-y improvements

Air Canada reports a substantial year-over-year improvement in its first quarter results."The year began with weakness brought on by the Omicron variant and travel restrictions. However, we quickly rebounded in March with passenger volumes exceeding the strong December levels and passenger ticket sales in March 2022 over 90% of March ... [+]

Air Canada join help for Ukrainian refugees in Poland

An Air Canada-operated humanitarian special cargo flight on behalf of Airlink and other aid organizations departed Toronto Pearson International Airport with a final destination of Warsaw, Poland on Wednesday, March 9. Through a partnership between Air Canada, disaster logistics non-profit Airlink, relief organization Project C.U.R.E., and freight forwarder Flexport, medical ... [+]

Air Canada Cargo Reports Third Quarter 2021 Results

Air Canada Cargo i reported record-breaking results for the third quarter of 2021.As the markets continue to show robustness, Air Canada Cargo remains committed to maintaining consistent cargo capacity to its customers on key trade lanes. Air Canada Cargo’s third quarter results of $366 million is an increase of 69% ... [+]

WFS, Air Canada join forces for COVID-19 vaccine campaign

Worldwide Flight Services (WFS) and Air Canada are working closely with the Canadian government to transport vial caps for doses of the COVID-19 vaccine to support the country’s immunisation programme. Since December 2020, thousands of innovative plastic RayDyLyo vial caps* weighing over 20 tonnes have so far been transported by WFS ... [+]

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