Air Transport World

Canada. (World Airline Report 1990)

CAir Alliance: The Quebec-based carrier is one of Air Canada's five regional subsidiaries. Its 1990 traffic results could not be obtained. Air Alma: A commuter participant in the Canadian Airlines network, Air Alma provides service from Montreal, Quebec, Alma, Roberval and Sangenay with two Bandeirantes. its 1990 traffic results could not be obtained. Air Atlantic: Owned 45% by PWA Corp., the Canadian Airlines Partner carrier did not provide its traffic statistics for 1990. PWA has formed a new division to control its feeder services and apparently aims to increase its ownership in its Partners.

Air BC: Another of Air Canada's regional subsidiaries, Air BC serves points in western Canada. Its 1990 traffic results could not be obtained.

Air Canada: What Chairman President/CEO Claude Taylor described as "a year of challenge and transition" produced an operating loss of $9.5 million and a net loss of $64.2 million on an 8% increase to $3.4 billion in operating revenues for Air Canada last year. The results were a sharp turnaround from an operating profit of $89.4 million and a net of $129.3 million in 1989, and Taylor laid most of the blame on "the onset of the North American recession." Passenger traffic was flat, with boardings dipping 1.7% to 11.8 million and RPKs rising 1. …

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