Upgraded: Restful sleep on Air Canada It must be the mood lighting: A British passenger not only slept through the landing of his Air Canada flight from Calgary to Vancouver, he slept through the deplaning. He woke up when the plane was back in...

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Downgraded: Teamwork, Wine, and Cost-Savings on British Airways Management vs. labor (or labour, if you will) on British Airways is getting nastier. Take this quote, for example: “No-one is doing anything to help save costs any more. Whereas...

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Upgraded: Pilot air rage Downgraded: 37 people’s on-time travel Sure, it’s amusing that a pilot got so frustrated at having to pass through security at London City Airport that he pulled down his pants, exposed himself completely, and...

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16
Feb
2009

Air Canada baffles me. They have been very innovative (for better or worse) in pushing the a-la-carte model of airfare, but when presented with some seemingly simple opportunities to collect a few bucks, they decline. What I’m talking about...

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Upgraded: Hassles for the obese Canadian traveler Canada’s Supreme Court ruled recently that obese passengers could not be forced to buy a second seat. The court reaffirmed the Department of Transport’s “one person, one...

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29
Oct
2008

Reader Vince sends in this photo and asks what it really means: Just got back from a trip on Air Canada and I think they may be setting it up to start charging passengers for inflight entertainment. Before your VOD starts it says “You...

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