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Insurance Adjusters In U.S. Look To Save Time By Using Drones To Assess Damage
Travelers Insurance in the U.S. is responding to the hurricane in Texas by training their adjusters to become certified drone pilots.
United States
12 Sep 2017
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Police Chopper Hit With Laser Over Bowmanville, Results In Charges
We've all been told at some point in our lives that shooting a laser into a helicopter's cockpit will blind the pilot, and we've also been told that if we do so, we can be arrested and charged.
Canada
4 Sep 2017
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Man Pleads Guilty To Disruption On Air Canada Flight
Brandon Courneyea, the defendant, admitted to interfering with a flight attendant last month. His actions opened him up to a maximum penalty of 20 years in prison and a $250,000 USD fine.
Canada
23 Aug 2017
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Update: 700 Employees At Pearson International Airport Go On Strike
Employees have gone on strike at Toronto's Pearson International Airport. The 700 employees represented by the Teamsters union went on strike on Thursday night, after rejecting an offer from their employer, Swissport.
Canada
23 Aug 2017
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Possible Strike At Pearson Airport Beginning Thursday
Already checked in for your flight tomorrow? Flying out of Pearson by the end of the week? You better make sure you continuously check your flight time, because your flight could face some delays.
Canada
10 Aug 2017
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Security Tightens As U.S.-Bound Flights Require Enhanced Screening
Enhanced security measures on any U.S.-bound flight begins today at Pearson Airport. Airlines such as Air Canada and WestJet have already advised passengers to arrive at least 2 hours prior...
Canada
2 Aug 2017
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Air Passenger Bill: Does It Really Protect Passenger Rights?
Transportation Minister Marc Garneau introduced a Passenger Bill of Rights which is included in a package of amendments to the Canada Transportation Act.
Canada
31 May 2017
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United Airlines Reaches Settlement With Dragged Passenger David Dao
Thursday following the release of the reports submitted by the officers who dragged David Dao off of a United Airlines flight, United Airlines reached a settlement with Dao.
Canada
5 May 2017
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United Airlines Update: Reports Blame Passenger For Injuries Sustained
United Airlines has not had much luck in the most recent news cycle, as an incident where a gentleman was removed by force off of an overbooked flight sparked a PR nightmare.
Canada
4 May 2017
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US And UK Impose In-Cabin Ban On Large Electronic Devices In Direct Fights From Turkey, The Middle East And North Africa – Will Canada Follow Suit?
On Tuesday, the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced a new travel directive in response to intelligence indicating growing security threats to US-bound commercial airfare.
Canada
3 Apr 2017
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