Few North American carriers have been as aggressive as Air Canada in the past three years. It has created a new low-cost subsidiary, added capacity, modernized its fleet with Boeing 787s and upgraded its mainline onboard product.  But airline executives say they are just getting started in restoring Air Canada as one of the premier carriers in the Americas. Even as it tries to withstand a challenge from domestic competitor WestJet Airlines, the company is thinking globally, telling ...

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