Flair Airlines can stay in the sky after regulator finds company ‘is Canadian’

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Flair Airlines can stay in the sky after regulator finds company ‘is Canadian’

 

DECISIONS

  • Grievance, onboard crew rest – Air Canada v. Canadian Union of Public Employees, Air Canada Component, 2022 CanLII 44761 (CA LA)

Union grieves that on flights over 7 hours, the absence on TAP A330s of any place in which cabin personnel can exercise their right to sleep violates the collective agreement – company disputes existence of an unequivocal right to sleep – no violation found – permission to sleep only in accordance with company policy – grievance dismissed

 

CTA DECISIONS

Determination as to whether Flair Airlines Ltd. is Canadian, as defined in the Canada Transportation Act – Agency finds that Flair meets the incorporation and voting interest requirements, and that Flair is controlled in fact by Canadians – Agency finds that Flair is Canadian

License no. 967021

License no. 120108

License no. 200013 – license reinstated effective June 2, 2022

License no. 967255 – license reinstated effective May 2, 2022

License no. 967488

  •  Application – Air Transat A.T. Inc. c.o.b. Air Transat (Air Transat), on behalf of itself and Hi Fly Ltd. c.o.b. Hi Fly Malta (Hi Fly) Determination No. A-2022-62

Application for approval to permit Air Transat to provide its scheduled international service between Canada and the European Community and its Member States using one aircraft with flight crew provided by Hi Fly, beginning on June 7, 2022, to August 7, 2022 – approval granted, subject to conditions

License no. 210043

License no. 200060

License no. 130069

License no. 020095

License nos. 160033 and 140064 – license reinstated effective June 1, 2022

License no. 160050

 

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INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION NEWS

 

UNION NEWS

 

AIRPORT NEWS

 

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