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On the Job: Cabin Safety Team

On the Job: Cabin Safety Team

Our Cabin Safety team upholds Canadian Aviation Regulations governing the inside of an aircraft cabin – from required safety instructions to proper stowage of carry-on bags. “Passenger safety is our flight attendants’ first priority,” explains Manon Cadieux de Courville, Manager, Cabin Safety and Regulatory Compliance. The team acts as the airline’s liaison with Transport Canada, […] Continue reading →
Time Flies: the Route to Victory

Time Flies: the Route to Victory

Air Canada loves hockey, and we think the feeling is mutual! Six of Canada’s top professional teams have recently chosen to travel exclusively with Air Canada for the next six years – a mark of trust that makes us very proud. Did you know that over 50 years ago, in 1964, we were already the […] Continue reading →
The Frequent Flyer: Joelle Berdugo Adler

The Frequent Flyer: Joelle Berdugo Adler

Joelle ( Joey) Berdugo Adler has always believed in the uplifting potential of social enterprise. In 1986, she secured the rights to the Diesel label for Canada, and spent the next 20 years building a fashion retail company with her late husband, Lou, who passed away in 2003. As Berdugo Adler stepped in, of necessity, […] Continue reading →
11 Acronyms From the Flight Deck

11 Acronyms From the Flight Deck

Being a pilot lets you enjoy some of the most stunning views of Earth during your shift, but the esteemed position also requires an in-depth understanding of the flight deck, which is equipped with electronic systems at the forefront of technological innovation. To familiarize you with aviation jargon, here are 11 acronyms commonly used by […] Continue reading →
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