An Air Canada A321 at LAX (Photo: AirlineGeeks | William Derrickson)

Canada’s Major Carriers Enact Necessary Cuts

 The COVID-19 crisis remains a daunting obstacle for airlines. As a result, the airlines continue to constantly monitor travel demand and resume flight operations, accordingly. Also, airlines can allocate and shift their resources to accommodate the revised schedules and adjusted policies. Many major airlines must modify their route network and resources to align with their COVID-19 financial, recovery plans. Recently, Air Canada officially announced the decision to further reduce its Q1 capacity. The airline will also cut a substantial number…

American Reduces Pilot Workforce by 40 Percent

The COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically reduced travel demand across the United States and throughout the world. Recently the United States has seen record low numbers of passengers traveling with passenger counts nationwide dipping below 100,000 earlier in the week. In response to this dramatic drop in demand, airlines have been…