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Career Profile: Brian Losito, Corporate Photographer for Air Canada

Career Profile: Brian Losito, Corporate Photographer for Air Canada

Aviation enthusiasts become pilots, ramp agents, aircraft engineers, airport agents, flight attendants, traffic controllers and so much more. Some, fascinated by aircraft, become plane spotters, standing at the edge of airport runways with their cameras pointed towards the sky. Brian Losito is one of them. As Corporate Photographer for Air Canada since 1987, Losito’s job […] Continue reading →
The Frequent Flyer: Bruce Poon Tip

The Frequent Flyer: Bruce Poon Tip

Bruce Poon Tip first arrived in Tibet and then Bhutan – his 101st country – in 1997, leading a holiday tour. By that time, G Adventures, his Toronto-based company, had already grown from a credit card-funded start-up into a successful tour operator specializing in backpacker-style holidays. Discovering two ancient cultures guided by oracles, where everyday decisions […] Continue reading →
On The Job: Environmental Affairs Team

On The Job: Environmental Affairs Team

Our Environmental Affairs team members are experts in environmental management and engineering. They monitor Air Canada’s compliance with local, national and international environmental rules, including the storage and disposal of industrial materials, and perform site assessments and audits. They also participate in industry initiatives that aim to reduce the environmental footprint of air travel. “Aviation […] Continue reading →
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Air Canada enRoute July 2014

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