Air Canada will significantly reduce its flight offerings this summer. Currently, the Canadian airline operates about 1,000 flights per day. However, it intends to reduce that number by an average of 154 flights per day during July and August, a decrease of more than 9,000 flights this summer.
The reason, says chief executive Michael Rousseau in an email to customers Wednesday, is the “unprecedented and unforeseen strains” in the global aviation industry.
“Despite detailed and careful planning, the largest and fastest scale of hiring in our history, as well as investments in aircraft and equipment, it is now clear that Air Canada’s operations too have been disrupted by the
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