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Air Transportation - Transport Canada

Feb 27, 2017 ... Airline industry consolidation continued during the period covered by this report
as legacy carriers struggled with the economic downturn, increased domestic
competition and fluctuating fuel prices. In the United States, the industry
witnessed the mergers of U.S. Airways and America West, Delta and ...

NAICS 2017 Version 1.0 - 481110 - Scheduled air transportation ...

North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) Canada 2017 Version
1.0 - This Canadian industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in
transporting passengers and/or goods by aircraft, over regular routes and on
regular schedules. Establishments in this industry have less flexibility with
respect to choice ...

Organization Profile - Canadian Air Transport Security Authority

A Crown corporation based in the National Capital Region, CATSA reports to
Parliament, through the Minister of Transport and is governed by an eleven
member Board of Directors, including representatives of the airline industry and
airport operators. CATSA is responsible for several key aviation security services
and its ...

488190 - Other support activities for air transportation

North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) Canada 2017 Version
1.0 - This Canadian industry comprises establishments, not classified to any
other Canadian industry, primarily engaged in providing specialized services to
the air transport industry. Some important activities are servicing aircraft,
repairing and ...

Air Transport Association of Canada - Complete profile - Canadian ...

The Air Transport Association located in Ottawa is led by a President and CEO
under the guidance of a Board of Directors, drawn from executives of member
companies. The membership is comprised of the majority of Canadian ... Primary
Industry (NAICS):. 813910 - Business Associations. Primary Business Activity:.

The Canadian Airline Industry: Its Structure, Performance and ...

The Canadian airline industry has undergone significant change since being
deregulated in 1987. The freedom to enter and exit any market, to charge any
price and to offer any services has immeasurably altered the way airlines operate
. The task of their managers has thus become more onerous, since they can no
longer ...

Canadian airline industry (89-2E)

industry in Canada has evolved from being an Air Canada (formerly Trans-
Canada Airlines) monopoly to being virtually deregulated. This change came
about for two reasons. The first was the growing demand from air carriers during
the ...

Air Transportation Regulations

Table of Contents. Air Transportation Regulations. 1 - Short Title; 2 -
Interpretation; 3 - PART I - General. 3 - Air Services excluded from the Application
of Part II of the Act; 4 - Classification of Aircraft; 5 - Classification of Air Services; 6
- Liability Insurance; 8.1 - Financial Requirements; 8.2 - Provision of Aircraft with
Flight Crew ...

Discussion Paper On Regulatory Modernization For Air Transportation

Business models in the airline industry are rapidly evolving. Throughout this
change, the Agency must ensure that the interests of users are taken into account
while facilitating innovative approaches to business models. A balanced
approach can increase choice ...

Air Carrier Traffic at Canadian Airports (51-203-X)

This publication presents statistics on airline traffic such as the volume of flights,
passengers and cargo, at Canadian airports. Data on Canadian and ... The
publication presents several summary tables which have been grouped into
sections dealing with overall or specialized views of the airline industry. An
analysis of the ...

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