First-Quarter Load Factor Up For Air Canada, But Down for WestJet

Credit: Air Canada
Air Canada reported an almost 11% year-over-year increase in traffic for the first quarter, led by a 17.7% rise in revenue seat-miles in the transborder market, an increase the carrier credited in part to the “strategic deployment of Rouge,” it low-cost high-density subsidiary, into key U.S.-leisure...

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