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Dutch court convicts 3 of murder, concludes Russian missile downed Malaysia...

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A Dutch court said on Thursday that Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 was shot down in 2014 by a Russian-made missile fired from a...

Why the CRA might owe you money; Airlines continue to deny...

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Tech companies, banks overstaffed while airlines, hotels need workers

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JetBlue Airways passengers in a crowded terminal on April 7, 2022 in the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.Robert Nickelsberg |...

U.S. aviation system to stay ‘challenged’ through summer, United Airlines exec...

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The U.S. aviation system is expected to "remain challenged this summer and beyond," and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) needs more air traffic...

Non-binary passengers call out airlines for not offering a 3rd gender...

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Social media is full of posts this month by Canadian airlines celebrating pride. There's a WestJet TikTok video showing a plane flying over...

Regulator rules Flair Airlines is Canadian, meaning the upstart carrier can...

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The Canadian Transportation Agency says Flair Airlines is Canadian.The ruling means the Edmonton-based upstart carrier can keep its operating licence.Canadian legislation allows no more...

WestJet Airlines to acquire Sunwing

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WestJet Airlines Ltd. is acquiring Sunwing Airlines Inc., as competition in the Canadian travel market heats up. WestJet released a statement on...

Airlines worldwide rush to change flights over U.S. 5G dispute

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Airlines across the world, including the long-haul carrier Emirates, rushed Wednesday to cancel or change flights heading into the U.S. over an ongoing...

Airlines seek end to mandatory COVID-19 testing of vaccinated passengers on...

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Canada's largest airlines and its busiest airport asked the federal government Monday to drop its rule requiring vaccinated travellers to test on arrival...

From airlines and restaurants to slaughterhouses, Canada’s worker shortage is spreading...

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An intensifying labour shortage is rippling through the economy, forcing businesses to curtail operations, reduce hours and in some cases, euthanize livestock. ...

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